101 Ideas to Kick Your Ass Into Gear
By Ian Gray
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Published: March 30, 2012
Words: 16,150 (approximate)
Lighthearted but heartfelt, flip but functional, 101 Ideas to Kick Your Ass Into Gear is no garden variety motivational book serving up hackneyed self help ideas. Its tight and punchy chapters are perfect for reading on the plane, on the throne, or at your desk. We provide the ideas, the rest is up to you.
We spend more time glued to our glutes than ever. The latest numbers suggest that the average person spends sixty hours or more a week using his butt as a base of operations. That's why we've presented you with 101 activities ranging from those which would cause any rational person to tremble in fear - like organizing your office - to things that you may consider just an ordinary weekend pastime - like jumping into the abyss with a giant rubber band tied around your waist. The plan here is to put some dare in your derrière, and some juice in your caboose, some whoosh in your toosh. And to help you get out of the rut created by your butt. So what are you waiting for? Pick a chapter and put some hum in your bum, some flair in your fanny, and some kick in your can! After you’ve done a dozen or so of these activities, you’ll look back and wonder how you ever managed to spend so much time parked on your posterior!
, personal development
, self improvement
, personal transformation
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