Aaron breaks life down into six pathways, and then sets out a simple but highly effective system for you to set goals in all six categories every month. Using his MTO system, he teaches you how to set each goal at three levels - Minimum, Target, and Outrageous - so that you can always have some level of success (and often it is the Outrageous success of your dreams).
As you follow his powerful system, you will find yourself beginning to achieve measurable successes, month by month. When you track your successes, you will see yourself begin to move ever closer to fully creating, and then living, the life you want - the life of your dreams.
Even if you have no idea what your life mission is, one of Aaron's processes will help you to actually identify it. You can then begin to make good decisions about who and what you want in your life, based on how they support or don't support your life's mission. You will see your life inexorably moving forward in the exact direction of your choice.
Unfortunately, most people hope for more but settle for less. Raymond Aaron offers the tools to create a designed life, a strategically organized life, and a life that delivers to you what you want. It takes courage, but it is your right if you want it. This book will help you begin your new life and achieve the success you desire.
©2008 Raymond Aaron and Sue Lacher
This title was a great read. The narrator was easy to listen to. I have read numerous books covering goal setting and getting more out of life. This was easily in the top 3. Aside from the great concepts moving the reader toward self awareness and focus on what is most important in their life, the author refers to his website for about a half dozen documents you can download (at no charge) to implement the next phase of planning. Referring to the tools when he does, the author gives you the ability to move from general learning to practical implementation of each step.
This book has elements of the manifestation similar to "The Secret." It goes far beyond the suggestions in that famous book, when it comes to what to do to manifest the changes you seek in your life, with many more tools to help you do so. This book has depth. I knew it was so good, listening as I was driving, that half way through I realized I would listen to it again at home to implement the many great ideas the author suggested. As I regularly move on to new titles and try to read at least 2-3 titles weekly, this is a big, but worthwhile sacrifice. Thank you, Raymond Aaron for writing this wonderful book!
This book is a great listen. I enjoyed all the useful and practical ideas. This is not your typical "think positive" type of book. It helps examine your reasons for success, and define it for yourself, not based on others' ideas. Also, lots of online extras in the form of worksheets to go deeper into the program. Would recommend it to anyone who is on the road to doing what they love and making money!
At first when the author mentioned the law of attraction I was thinking oh great just another vague description of this law. I don't believe in the law of attraction in the spiritual or simplified form that is often preached I believe the law is more of a self fulfillment, however my views are another story. This book is great even if you don't believe in the law of attraction the author teaches principles of setting goals and working backwards a completely different approach than I've thus far heard. The author talks about setting goals at multiple levels so you can set goals easy to accomplish and outrageous goals on the same goal, essentially three targets on every goal which I believe is great since goal setting is difficult, do you go realistic or big, well apparently you can go both. Other key points are that working on your goals 1% of the time will get you to 100% I could go continue to go on with the great concepts brought up in this book, but the review would become ridiculously long. I would highly recommend this book as there are just many great concepts to improve your life and work towards your goals/dreams. The only negative in the performance is the chime in the story before every quote and he does recommend his mentor services towards the end of the book.
The book is not bad (albeit a big commercial for his mentoring service) and offers good advice for organizing your life. It's a bit repetitive and could have been distilled down to 3/4 or more of the volume. The biggest complaint I have is that the "free" forms and "stuff" that are claimed to be available on his site does not exist.
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