If you enjoy the review and are interested in the book, please click the book graphics or text links contained in this review in order to get more information. Any regular readers here at Today is that Day will know that I am a BIG believer in the power that each and every one of us has to create our lives to be anything and everything that we want them to be, so reading a book written by someone who spent decades teaching people that very thing was right up my alley. Overall, I was impressed with both the lifestyle concepts that were discussed, as well as the actual action steps that Frank suggested in order to get — and stay — on the path to greatness. In fact, the chapter about writing down tasks actually WRITING them down, not typing them has powered my daily productivity ever since I first picked up the book.

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All your talents, wishes, and interests are hidden there. Study them. Dig them out. Study which skills and interests they utilized no matter how long it takes or how monotonous it becomes. Mining your own gold is hard work, but like any other kind of mining, it pays big. Mining your talent is unlimited. You might find a vein that will shoot you to the top. Ask yourself: What do I want to be doing ten years from now? Where do I want to be? What job or career do I prefer to have?

How much income would I like to have? Several polls I took indicate most people would be satisfied with about three times their present income. How about you? Ask yourself: How much money do I want to have saved in five years? What kind of car, home, boat, other items? How about your hobbies? Do you prefer indoor or outdoor hobbies? Fishing, boating, athletics, golf, tennis, bowling, cards, chess? My hobbies in order of preference are?

The section of the newspaper I read first is? I prefer to spend my leisure time doing? The kind of movies I like are? TV shows? The kind of books and magazines I like are? My favorite recreation is? My favorite conversational subjects are?

Look for a common thread or ingredient running through any or all of these hobbies, interests, sports, studies, play, recreation, work, etc. Can you notice any? If so what does it concern: people, things, ideas, figures, words, or any other factor that stands out? What do you like about your vacations, trips, etc.? What do you dislike? Do you prefer to deal with things, people, ideas, words, figures?

Would you rather read a book than go to a party? Do you consider yourself mostly extrovert, introvert, or ambivert? Do you learn more through your eyes, ears, or by doing things? Every small achievement that meant something to you should be written down. Whether it meant anything to anyone else matters not. Early achievements should have two qualities: firstly, you enjoyed doing them, and therefore they were easy or natural; secondly, they achieved something you were proud of - not something world-shaking, but something you considered worthwhile.

Keep in mind this is a YOU project. These questions and ideas are mere sounding boards for your own ideas to reflect YOU, your desires, abilities, special skills, talents, potentials, early visions or ambitions. When you find something significant, compare and combine it with something you previously discovered.

Analyze the traits or ingredients or skills in one or more of your early achievements. Two or more might be a clue that any one alone would lack. Students who come to my classes seldom get direct answers. They write down their achievements from youth to the present and always end up discovering their clues themselves.

Two policemen brothers came to one of my classes. As a result of working through this formula one became a forester and one a salesman. What common ingredient do you think played the biggest part in their decisions? The out-of-doors. They found their proper places by themselves by merely thinking back systematically from their earliest years to the present.

List your old achievements, and your new ones. Compare them. Combine them. Associate them. Look for a common factor. All your achievements - recent or long ago - required several, usually many, of your skills or traits.

Go back and study these skills. Only YOU can do it. Only you know what gives you pleasure and what is easy and what makes you feel proud. Only you hold the key to your future and fortune. The only proper place to look is within. There are schools that teach almost any skill. Every normal person is a good person and they know it. More and more evidence proves that everyone of normal mind and body has veins of pure gold buried deep down inside waiting for some clue to recognize them, develop them and harness them.

Henry Ford once said: "If money is your hope for independence you will never have it. The only real security that a man will have in this world is a reserve of knowledge, experience, and ability. Yet sadly, most of the Positive Thinking and Law of Attraction books and products on the market today are woefully deficient in this - the real secret - to having all the success you could ever imagine.

The life-changing book A Touch of Greatness by Frank Tibolt is available as an eBook for immediate download , so you could literally start revitalizing and improving your life in the next few minutes! This book is only for those who truly want to bring greatness into their lives. Share your thoughts with friends

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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Robin marked it as to-read Nov 14, Overall, reading A Touch of Greatness was more than time well-spent for me personally. If you enjoy the review and oof interested in the book, please click the book graphics or text links contained in this review in order to get more information. Wkatu itu masih tahundan aku kini merasa beruntung pernah membelinya—walaupun dulu aku memilih untuk membeli buku ini karena uangku greafness itu cuma Rp In fact, the chapter about writing down tasks actually WRITING them down, not typing them has powered my daily productivity ever since I first picked up the book.


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