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No Excuses! The power of self-discipline

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Hey Darlings, how are you doing? I bet you’re doing great. I’ve been good but been sooo busy with a lot of things that are time consuming but I’m glad it’s all turning out great.  This is the first time I’m going to review a book on the  blog and i don’t know why, i guess I should consider doing this everytime. I  would blame myself if I dont share  this amazing book with you because this book changed my life (not jokes). I’ve told almost everyone I love about this book and i’ve begged some of them to try and buy the book. It’s not  everytime you borrow sometimes buy!

I will not totally review this book because I believe everyone would try and get the book. I’ll just briefly share a section of the book that I found very interesting and important. It’s about achieving your goals.

The very act of taking time to decide what you really want in each area of your life can change your life completely. Most of the time people think they have goals in life, when all they have are hopes and wishes. However, hope is not a strategy for success, and a wish has been defined as “A goal with no energy behind it”.

Below are seven- step method to achieving your goals.

Step 1: Decide exactly what you want. Be specific.

Step 2: Write it down. A goal that  is not in writing is like a cigarette smoke.

Step 3: Set a deadline for your goal.

Step 4: Make a list of everything you can think of that you can possibly do to achieve your goal.

Step 5: Organize your list by both sequence and priority.

Step 6: Take action on your plan immeadiately.

Step 7: Do something everyday that moves you in the direction of your major goal.

I hope the above step helps you in realizing that you must have a set goal before you can achieve anything in life. Please try to get this book and totally ignore my poor photography skills in trying to capture the book.

Thanks for reading always and have an amazing day. I cannot wait to get feedback that you have read the book. I’ll be super excited.

Book by: Brian Tracy

photography: Me (covers face).

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