Achieve Anything in Just One Year: Be Inspired Daily to Live Your Dreams and Accomplish Your Goals Paperback – Dec 3 2009
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From the Back Cover
The last self improvement book you will ever need!
Learn to make small daily choices that will transform your life. Find your personal inspiration. Rediscover your motivation. Propel yourself out of an unfulfilling existence.
The key to a happier life is contained in the dreams you already have. Your aspirations can create new opportunities, a fresh direction for your life's path. It is possible to unlock them. It's never too late. You have started today by looking at this book.
With his accessible, unique approach using tangible daily steps to reach achievable goals, Jason Harvey can help you succeed by taking small steps to a better you.
Comprehensive and inspiring, Achieve Anything In Just One Year will teach you how to:
- Set goals and stick with them
- Take daily action that creates a ripple effect
- Stay motivated, focused and balanced
- Feel happier everyday!!!
- Define, pursue and celebrate personal success
Learn to equip yourself with the tools to become your own personal life coach, without relying on outside motivation. You have the power to do anything you desire. The possibilities are within you. It's time to nurture that spark and let it catch fire.
Jason Harvey is a Certified Life Coach and the founder of The Limitless Institute.
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So I confess I actually read about 80 pages all at once - which is totally not what you're supposed to do but I was so curious about what I was supposed to do next that I couldn't help it.
So here's the thing ... I haven't done what the book said exactly. And I cheated by reading a whole bunch at once but I absolutely adore this book and the concept behind it. And I highly recommend you get a copy for yourself or for someone you love if that person needs some:
- items to act on
- the means to control their own life.
I believe the words chosen to begin the book were very wisely selected with the quote from Marin Luther King Jr. "Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase."
I think that is the foundation of success but most people don't know where to begin. This book gives you the beginning and I believe that if you follow this book each day you will achieve great things in a year ... which is a great gift to give yourself or someone you love. Plus you'll probably finding yourself smiling and enjoying the journey because I found myself smiling just reading the book and thinking about some of the exercises and I was cheating. :)
- I received a free review copy from the publisher -
I'm not much of a writer but when I created a journal (as suggested on day 12) it really helped to organize my thoughts and create on order of importance in my life. It allowed me to express my feelings and emotions without fear of being judged or compared (as I would have felt speaking to a professional). I felt very proud of myself being able to work things out on my own!
The quotes used were very motivational and they made me feel like I wasn't the only one going through life's challenges. My favorite one is,
'The greater danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it.' 'Michelangelo
It's scary to think that YOU have the power to change your life by taking up a hobby, or just exploring new opportunities at your job. Any little thing can open new doors to you!
Achieve Anything In Just One Year: Be Inspired Daily to Live Your Dreams and Accomplish Your Goals, is a very motivational and inspiring book, I have already recommended it to my friends!
I want to start by saying I have a 2 year old. So what? Try and read a whole book or even more than a page with a toddler and you will know what I mean. Therefore for me the whole page a day worked really well at this point in my life. I could, however, see how that would be a little frustrating if you had all the time you desired to read a book. Certainly the times when I could read more I did skip and read 10 or 20 pages. That is the reason I only gave it four stars because if you're already lacking motivation then sticking with a one year program might be a little tough.
I liked how the book started with inspirational quotes and then followed them with a few paragraphs on how you could take those words of wisdom and use them in your life. Some were trite but aren't many truths? I mean you read and think "duh" but then do the exact opposite in your life...well at least I do. (Thus reading so many self help books!)
There are sections on laughter, challenge, goal setting, truthfulness, breathing and playing to name a few each about covering about 5 days/pages worth. So in fact you do spend more time on one theme and can work with it over a few days. I liked that that gave me time to implement and layer the techniques I was learning. It's a great way to build your understanding and gives you time to fail and then retry again.
I'm also a big fan of being able to open and book and take that one discrete bit of wisdom for my day or apply it to a challenge I'm facing. This book is perfect for that.Read more ›
A friend of mine recommended that I check out Jason Harvey's site to find the inspiration I need, and I loved the quotes and anecdotes on his blog, but it was his book that intrigued me the most. I purchased his ebook, and after reading the first 10 pages, I reconsidered and challenged myself to read - and do - only one page per day. I think it's safe to say that this book has been the reason for my success this year - personally and professionally.
I created a new habit, and I don't begin anything until I've completed the daily task prescribed by Harvey. I am now on day 200 (I had a few hiccups in the first week, but managed to make this a priority early on)
Some of the tasks that have yielded the best results for me:
- do one nice thing for someone else. Daily.
- strive to be a person of action
- build an awareness as to how I make others feel.
- learn to fall forward
All in all, I am thrilled with this book, and the daily motivation it provides. I will absolutely buy any book written by Jason Harvey, and recommend Achieve Anything to anyone who is tired of living a passive life.
Most recent customer reviews
Not many books provide such magical motivational experiences as does "Achieve Anything in Just One Year". Read morePublished 23 months ago by sam
I was thrilled to read Achieve Anything In Just One Year. The author Jason Harvey has really done his research. I was able to discover clear ways to change my life. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Amber
This book is absolutely brilliant; it’s not only an exploration of the power of positive thinking, it’s a comprehensive guide to taking strategic and purposeful action and... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Lucy S.
I think we all have times where we feel like our lives are controlling us, instead of the other way around. I know that I do, and lately that's been happening a lot. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Joel Carruthers
I never really put a lot of faith in books that deal with self-improvement, because I've always felt that achieving my goals was something that I could do on my own. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Dylan Lamberti
Living life to the fullest. What does this mean to you? This book explores our ability to discover and achieve our dreams. Read morePublished on May 10 2014 by Nadia Scrieva
I can't really say why this book doesn't hold my attention. The quotes at the beginning of each chapter are good.Published on Feb. 26 2014 by Lynn Williamson
I expected this book was going to be more specific to building a working plan for a particular issue and how to break a large one-year project into manageable pieces. Read morePublished on Jan. 31 2014 by Leslie Hudson