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Master The Art of Achieving - A Beginners' Guide to Achieving Success in 90 Days! Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 1553 KB
  • Print Length: 163 pages
  • Publication Date: January 2, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HNRN09Q
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Chambers HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on January 23, 2014
Format: Paperback
NOTE: This review is reposted from my review of the Kindle edition.

In the book Master the Art of Achieving, author Dasrim Hasik writes that there are many self-help books on becoming successful, but he believes that their wisdom is not organized into a cohesive, comprehensible system that can be followed by most people. The purpose of this book is to enable readers to be effective in achieving the results they want. To define "success," the author relies on motivational speaker and author Earl Nightingale's definition: The pursuit and realization of a worthwhile goal.

And that's what this book is about. Using case studies and self-evaluations as you progress through the steps, the author presents and describes his proposed D.P.A.R. system: Desire ~ Plan ~ Action ~ Results

According to the author, faithfully following the DPAR system will allow you to pinpoint and eliminate whatever is holding you back from success, then move forward in a planned manner to reach your goal. His system requires a lot of work - it's not a casual pursuit, by any means - but achieving success, however you define it, is not going to be easy for most people. In my opinion, the system appears to be sound and has a good chance of being effective if someone follows it faithfully.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Chambers HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on January 22, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
In the book Master the Art of Achieving, author Dasrim Hasik writes that there are many self-help books on becoming successful, but he believes that their wisdom is not organized into a cohesive, comprehensible system that can be followed by most people. The purpose of this book is to enable readers to be effective in achieving the results they want. To define "success," the author relies on motivational speaker and author Earl Nightingale's definition: The pursuit and realization of a worthwhile goal.

And that's what this book is about. Using case studies and self-evaluations as you progress through the steps, the author presents and describes his proposed D.P.A.R. system: Desire ~ Plan ~ Action ~ Results

According to the author, faithfully following the DPAR system will allow you to pinpoint and eliminate whatever is holding you back from success, then move forward in a planned manner to reach your goal. His system requires a lot of work - it's not a casual pursuit, by any means - but achieving success, however you define it, is not going to be easy for most people. In my opinion, the system appears to be sound and has a good chance of being effective if someone follows it faithfully.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Candoar on April 4, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This is a definitely difficult review.

Especially when you are trying to assimilate a wonderful thought process, congratulating the author and lost your sleep reading a book till 2.30 midnight.

Why am I awake?

Because, in the past 10 years, I have kicked myself a couple of dozen times for making mistakes in business.

Where I lost was always point-able after the mistake.
What could have been averted was visible after the mistake.
What was the right path was clear after the mistake.

Had this book was with me, the action sequence and the proper flow to grow and achieve would have been much easier and definite.

- This book first starts from a personal point of action

- Well shows positive action and results

- Also clarifies inaction and their results

- Alongwith, a unique point of missing one link in a sequence is also shown.

Readability,
Smooth. The intended points are properly conveyed.
The language is simple to understand.

Understandabiliy,
The language is one thing. The way it is conveyed is second.
In both the ways, the author takes care to convey what He has intended to.

Lay out.
Full five out of five on this.
A very few books can claim clear lay out.
Is that Important?
Yes!! A book needs a navigation map to search, locate and review at a later point of time.
This book is very very clear on that.

Value for money
Believe me, this book is so good, even the competitors in this genre would award five stars.
The value this book carries is really amazing.
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