The author provides important insights for
overcoming "analysis paralysis" which essentially
postpones action forever. The basic model consists
of having awareness, perseverance, a positive attitude,
knowledge/skill and an action orientation with risk-taking.
The author mentions formulating a definitive purpose
to get started. In addition, people must know what they
want. Physical exercise is important.
Brainstorming includes dimensions like the physical,
emotional, spiritual, financial, career, personal development
and family. The point is that all of these elements must be
addressed to get the job done comprehensively.
The author's model looks interesting for implementation.
It's helpful because most people don't have a structured
methodology for proceeding. This book provides the
badly needed framework.