Yesterday’s post referenced my all time favorite book on slipping past the (sometimes well intentioned) procrastination giant.
It’s subtitled: Short, Simple Steps To Achieving Long-Term Goals, and is available on Amazon.com.
I’ve read and lent Al Secunda’s book out so many times that the pages are coming apart! And he’s such a great storyteller that you may find his messages strolling the corridors of your mind and even taking up residence, if you’ll but open the door.
Here are 5 key concepts I got just from the first 3 chapters of the book.
To make it a wee bit more of a challenge please fill in the blanks (my suggested answers will be included with tomorrow’s post.
For many people their biggest - remain - and -.
Al’s purpose is to help people - with their goal and keep - to - it.
Unexplored - can leave a - in your - .
The premise of the 15-second principle is that either you don’t really - about your dream goal or you are - to death of it!
If it’s not - stop - it.
What hass any of this got to do with successful career change?
You see, our biggest dreams can remain frozen fantasies throughout life - mere blocks of unsculpted (n)ice thoughts
Or, with attention and effort, they can start to take on form and meaning.
Either way, the ice will melt.
I want to discuss this further in tomorrow’s post.
dreams hole soul
dreams frozen fantasies
engage returning complete