Take Action! And Build the Life You Want
Eddie de Jong
Genre: Self-help, Happiness
Publication date: 1.14.2015
Recommended by: Read 2 Review
Date read: 1.18.2015
Summary: Discover how you can design and live the life you've always wanted.
Are you unhappy with your life or parts of your life? Are you simply going from one day to the next without any aim or purpose? Do you know what you want your life to look like, but have no idea how to make it happen?
Take Action! and Build the Life You Want is based on tried and tested scientific principles that have helped millions of people build and live the life of their dreams.
The theory has been considered and simplified into an easy-to-use series of steps that will show you: Why people don't live the lives they want; where your beliefs come from and how you can change them; how to get into a positive state and stay there - always; make change part of your life and welcome it, instead of being afraid; find your unique purpose in live and start living.
Taking consistent action is key to personal development.
Living the life that you've always dreamed of becomes easy once you know how. Actually achieve professional and personal success by following the simple, practical steps outlined.
Do you want your own profitable business that will bring fame and success? Do you desire financial independence and personal freedom? Would you love to improve your relationships and make them more fulfilling?
You can achieve excellence in all of these if you know that your purpose in life and actively start living it.
Take action now and change your life forever!
I have this obsession with self-help books. (It's my dirty little secret, so shhh...) I know that sounds silly, but I am always curious about what the next author has to say, how they will share it with the world, and if they can do it differently than the previous one.
When the author sent me an email asking me if I would be interested in checking this one out, I decided to give it a try.
If you read a lot of self-help stuff like I do, then you'll "know" a lot of the stuff that he has included in this book, BUT he reworks it, then writes it in an organized way, cutting out a lot of the fluff, and adding in anecdotes from his time as a Life Coach. It is obvious that he has done a lot of research on this subject and includes ideas to try to help you on your way. I found his words motivational. He also has a workbook that you can download for free (the website is included in the book).
89 pages. $0.99. Not a bad book to begin your adventure towards a happier person.