"I Love This Book!" Jack Canfield, New York Times Bestselling Author, The Success Principles/ Chicken Soup for the Soul
This short, smart book offers up a fantastically simple system of productivity that really works. In MAKE IT HAPPEN, you will learn how to define what you want, aim your focus at ten minutes of daily time and experience success. An easy, wonderful, inspiring read. More
"I LOVE THIS BOOK!" Jack Canfield, New York Times Bestselling Author, The Success Principles and Chicken Soup for the Soul Series
Would you like to double your happiness and productivity in life?
Have you tried formal Time Management programs and felt they did not work for you?
Are there things you really want to create or achieve in life but feel you can't because you don't have the time?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, MAKE IT HAPPEN is the book for you.
In MAKE IT HAPPEN in Ten Minutes a Day, you will learn the simplest success skill ever. You will learn a strategy for managing your focus and achieving your goals by taking small, reliable actions every day. Day by day. In Ten Minutes a Day.
In brief, compelling chapters, author Lorne Holden explains:
* The simple strategy that will help you focus on what you really want in life.
* The “Ten Minute a Day Methodology” that will help you to accomplish your goals more quickly than you could ever imagine.
* How small steps really do add up, and why it’s important to remember to stay focused on what you truly want.
* A way of thinking that will allow you to be in charge of your life.
It's time to stop putting off lifelong dreams because you don't think you have the time they require. Overwhelming tasks do not need to be overwhelming anymore. You can actually make big things happen, in small amounts of time every day. Ten Minutes a Day adds up to sixty hours a year. That's a lot of time to claim or waste. Claim that time and a powerful method of productivity is yours.
"Stretches of hours threaten us but minutes are a possibility. It's a psychological thing. I found that ten minutes leads me onwards.This method makes me feel as if I'm in charge of the task, rather than the task being in charge of me." Judy Pollard Smith, Author