I’ve probably taken this out of the library at least 4 times over the past few years, and I’ve taken it out again. I should just buy it and get it over with. 😉
I know I’ve also written about it before, too, but I think that post was lost during one of my “sick of the internet and I’m deleting everything” temper tantrums. I’ve had a few. 😉
I like this book because there’s tips and experiences shared from multiple business owners, and some of the quotes stick in my mind – which is part of why I keep getting drawn back to the book. The one bit that always, always jumps out a me when I re-read it, is a 12 page section about intentions, goals, and tasks. Something I love every single time I read the book, begin to implement, and then let slide to the wayside (which makes reading about it again as if I’d never before). Jist is: the intention is the big ‘go for it’, the what you want to accomplish. Goals are the steps needed to make it come true. And tasks are the little things that can be done daily, especially today, to make each goal come true. I’ve now got a list of 3 or 4 intentions, a few goals under each, and I’m working on the tasks today, too.
Do you have a fave go-to book that gets your creative side going, or that helps with what you need to get done? Let me know! I can use all the help I can get so I don’t get in the mood for another temper tantrum. *gigglesnort*~
©Pip Miller – September 2014