The Life Planning Process
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Beat me to it!
By Jake Brown (San Antonio, Texas)
After a number of futile endeavors to cohere my various goal lists and 5 year plans and what not, it occurred to me that there should be some kind of structured guideline for this task. Somehow I just didn’t think that a life guidance book structured in this way existed. So as the resourceful, proactive person that I am, I started to outline a design for one, with the intention to attempt publishing it. I asked a friend of mine to collaborate on it with me and he told me not to waste my time. I thought that was a rather negative comment for him, until a couple weeks later when he gave me a copy of this book. It is exactly what I wanted to produce, but executed with such a deep insight to the subject of goal achievement that it would be foolish of me to waste my time trying to compete with it.
This is the life planning guide that I wished for, and it has become a vital tool for the achievement of my dreams.
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By Larry Tallent (Louisville, Kentucky)
You really don’t notice how much direction your life lacks until you begin to organize it. This guide is an invaluable tool for gaining a clear perspective on all the scattered pieces of your life and gives you a paradigm which is structurally ridged but malleable to the practical applications of each individual. This is hands down, the most useful book that I’ve found on goal achievement.
The structure I needed
By David Carter (Hartford, Connecticut)
Like many people, I’ve been exposed to myriad forms of goal oriented information. And as I’m sure many others have experienced – though all that information made loads of sense to me I could not manage to put it into effective action. I needed a guide!
Now I have it and I am on track. Thank you!