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    “This book is the story of my life, literally. I read it in 2 hours today. Loved it. Will go back and read it again tomorrow. Thanks again for this great gift!”

    — Jay Petre, 4LIfe Research USA
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    “This book is the story of my life, literally. I read it in 2 hours today. Loved it. Will go back and read it again tomorrow. Thanks again for this great gift!”

    — Jay Petre, 4LIfe Research USA

ABOUT THE BOOK

A previously unidentified and misunderstood population lives among us today. Their personality type provides unique abilities. They see the world differently. They have particular sensitivities and are highly affected by constraint. They have lived among us for centuries, and with the right support and guidance, they will contribute to humanity and change the world. They are the Entrepreneurial Personality Type (EPT).

In discovering and unveiling the EPT to the world, this book will cause more disruption in business, education, psychology, parenting and self-improvement than any book in modern history. It will fundamentally change how we see and deal with people, how we educate and medicate our children, and how we provide counsel to adults in emotional distress. The book will do all of this because it speaks to the millions of EPTs who believe there is something wrong with them. It provides a lens by which their support systems — families, friends, colleagues, teachers, therapists, coaches and mentors — can truly understand them. The book illuminates a singular message for EPTs: There is nothing wrong with you.

EPTs are momentum based beings, meaning they are highly attuned to the sensation of moving forward. It affects their emotional states and understanding of their position in the world. Going forward is elation; going backward is crushing; and going nowhere is like dying. Sometimes this binary view of themselves and the world causes challenges in classroom education, relationships and business environments. It has also resulted in the systematic suppression of EPTs through negative reinforcement, behavioral change and even medication as their attributes and behaviors are mistaken as disorders. In fact, more than fifty percent of U.S. adults will be diagnosed with a clinical mental illness. Well-marketed conditions like anxiety, ADHD, depression and bipolar are becoming so commonplace that diagnoses are growing at double-digit rates year-over-year.

This book is a critical awakening for our society. We are at a crossroads,where the collec

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