Have you got an itch to start your own business, go to the North Pole, retrain, lose weight, get promoted, learn to play the ukulele? Or do you just have a nagging sense that there must be more to life? If there is something you really want to do, but secretly fear you’ll never do it, then you need this. This is your kick in the pants. To make your thing happen, you have to climb into the ring. You have to face your fears and move from talking to doing.
Of course, it’s right and natural to have fears, but understanding them will keep you on top. And then you’ll find that starting can instantly make things change. So say farewell to the status quo. And that’s the trick, you see. Simply start somewhere. Anywhere. But do it now. For those working for others or for themselves, for those in love or out of love, for those who are artistic or scientific, the busy and the clock-watchers… but mostly for those with ambition: This is what you need to start. Waiting is futile. Starting is progress.
©2011 Shaa Wasmund and Richard Newton (P)2013 Audible Ltd
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'Sháá embraces fear without regret and through this book convincingly urges others to as well.' (Sir James Dyson, Inventor and Industrial Designer)
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