Could 2018 be your best year ever? This brand new book can help you make it so! It is one of the best goal setting books I've ever read because it goes deep into why you have not historically set or achieved goals due to limiting beliefs. The book then walks you through how to design your future and make it happen. Below are my 5 key takeaways from this terrific book.
1. Michael Hyatt is an author you can trust. I have followed Michael Hyatt and his terrific blog at www.michaelhyatt.com for the past decade. He is an authentic leader who has had tremendous success professionally and personally. I am often skeptical of authors of books like this. I want to know that they walk the talk and have really put their principals into practice. Michael Hyatt is the real deal. You can learn more about him at this link.
2. Your Best Year Ever is an actionable book. Michael gives you action steps to take at the end of each chapter to make sure you immediately put into practice what you've learned.
3. Your Best Year Ever walks you through the process of documenting your past limiting beliefs and then replacing them with empowering beliefs.
4. Your Best Year Ever takes the concept of SMART (Specific, Measurable, Action-Oriented, Realistic, Time-Bound) goals to the next level. Michael advocates for and details how to set SMARTER goals: Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Risky, Time-Keyed, Exciting, Relevant.
5. Your Best Year Ever provides simple-to-use goal templates. Additionally, Michael has created The Full Focus Planner, which works off the same principles in the book.
I highly recommend you read this book to make 2018 your best year ever! You can learn more about this book at www.yourbestyeareverbook.com.
What is a favorite goal setting book of yours? Please share in the Comments section below!
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