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Master the art of fully living, one life goal at a time.

Do you want to experience your one life - your whole life - to its fullest measure?

In this stirring book, author, blogger, and lifestyle entrepreneur Tal Gur offers his own transformational journey as an inspiring example and practical guide to implementing the art of fully living to its fullest potential. You'll learn how to actualize your potential by forging all aspects of your life through the process built into your life goals.

Once you discover "the art of fully living", there is no going back; it will feel unacceptable to settle for less than your dreams - and what's more, you'll dream even more wildly, aspiring to action with greater clarity of purpose, broader horizons of possibility, and holistic vision across all areas of your life.

The very structure of this book models Tal's immersive approach to goal-driven living: each chapter of The Art of Fully Living is dedicated to a year of focus - socializing, fitness, freedom, contribution, love, adventure, wealth, relationship, spirituality, and creativity - and follows Tal's endeavors as he works toward fulfilling 100 life goals in only 10 years.

This daunting ambition, springing from one late-night conversation among friends and a gnawing discontentment within the typical "success" story, becomes extremely relatable through Tal's bold storytelling; what's more, the deep lessons learned become immediately applicable for your own purposes as Tal thoughtfully extracts the actionable wisdom from his own experiences to articulate the principles and techniques of "the art of fully living".

The Art of Fully Living takes you along the exhilarating ride of Tal's journey while illuminating your own possible life-goal trajectory.

©2017 Tal Gur (P)2017 Tal Gur

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Tal tells the truth

Tal Gur shares a story of development that everyone should be able to relate to.

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Wonderful!

I absolutely loved this book and wish to create a life like this! Would recommend to anyone looking to create a life traveling the globe, (possibly already having an online business that gives you the freedom) with a thirst for adventure and soul searching for a deeper sense of purpose

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Where does The Art of Fully Living rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Out of the hundreds of audiobooks I have listened to, this one is in a class of its own!

What did you like best about this story?

I love how the author shows clearly his learning process from living through his life and then using these learnings to take on new challenges without getting overwhelmed and giving up. This book is much more than a story but is a living example how all of us can accomplish our own goals. Although the book contains incredible valuable insights, the author never claims to be giving out the ultimate answers but only wishes to inspire each of us to believe in ourselves and our own abilities to achieve our life goals.

What insight do you think you’ll apply from The Art of Fully Living?

The greatest insight for me was how anyone can achieve their goals if they can apply common principles of focus and time management. This book has helped me reconnect with my inner confidence that I can succeed by simply believing in myself more than anything else.

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Strong & inspiring, yet fun and easy. Loved it!

Would you consider the audio edition of The Art of Fully Living to be better than the print version?

What delighted me the most is how smooth the transitions are between the engaging storyline that anyone who's undertaking any kind of self-improvement journey can sympathize with, to the powerful truths, insights, and takeaways that are seamlessly embroidered into the plot. Tal maintains a fine balance between the two aspects which makes it such a fun & easy, yet valuable listening.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Art of Fully Living?

Since the book is about a journey of an individual, the plot revolves around Tal himself, so there's not much of a choice here :) — But if I'll try to be creative, I'll point out to the poor Peruvian farmer whose house was destroyed by a natural crisis, and rebuilt thanks to the resourcefulness of Tal and his stack of few dozens of open-hearted volunteers. Amazing.

Have you listened to any of Matt Weight’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I'm a big fan of Audible — Matt is able to tell the story in an unassuming manner, balanced pace, and throw in the right amount of emotion. I'll give him 5/5.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

I actually did — go back to the Peruvian farmer's tale. I'm personally always deeply moved by acts of human kindness. Listening to that part while running on the track I admit it brought the hint of tears to my eyes, and for a moment it was a bit hard to keep running. It's not just a way of saying, I was that much moved by it.

Any additional comments?

I'm going for a second listening and write down some notes. I've already adopted several of the powerful takeaways for own personal ongoing journey — Hoping Tal will publish more. Whatever it is, it will be on my virtual shelf. Thanks!

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Great read for anyone struggling with goals

What did you like most about The Art of Fully Living?

Tal goes beyond any traditional self-help book by sharing his personal experience and research including the good and bad times including "how to picking yourself up from some of the darkest and bleakest times".
He openly shares how he's truly internationalized himself and transitioned from working as an employee and moving from Israel with a limited understanding of English and money to moving to Australia and how it's possible to speak and fit in like a local within a matter of a few months.
This is truly a MUST read for any digital nomad or anyone who is SERIOUS about setting up a location independent business and wanting to move overseas.

What did you like best about this story?

The best part of the story involves Tal discusses the ways he's been able to break through his personal barriers and any can too to create the life of their dreams (literally speaking). He also talks about how to really find your own definition of happiness away from the standard stock standard approach of buying a big house on a quarter acre block, a fancy European luxury sedan and taking out a big mortgage that only enslaves you further into debt.

What about Matt Weight’s performance did you like?

Good steady oration pace and not too monotonous.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

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