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John Lee Dumas is founder and host of the podcast Entrepreneur On Fire, awarded “Best of iTunes 2013.” He has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, Success, Inc., and TIME Magazine. John also founded Podcasters' Paradise, the #1 podcasting community in the world. Entrepreneur On Fire generates over a million unique listens a month. Recaps of more than 2,000 episodes and additional content can be found at EOFire.com. He lives in Puerto Rico.

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  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Sterling (November 6, 2018)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 256 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1454930748
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1454930747
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 13.6 ounces
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 5.3 x 0.9 x 8.1 inches
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3.0 out of 5 stars Book arrived with a deep cover gash
By #askmisspatience on February 20, 2021
As other reviewers noted, typos are still present. I was willing to live with this because I'm using the book to see if it'll help me focus on one big project goal. And, see if it's got a few tips I can learn from to add to my platform time content I teach and recommend.

Super disappointed the book mailed in a box has a deep gash in the hard cover.

Minus two ⭐️ for lack of initiative to correct edits and a gashed book.

This year I've been using the Wordsworth Planner to set up my year goals. Because of its size being impractical for carrying everywhere am using my pocket planner for writing appointments.

I'm not a digital person for tracking things because I use a planner for more than appointments. It actually helps me plan my goals besides appointments.

My large desk month at a glance for tracking training and appointments.

My hope with the 100-day journal I'm being more focused minded on completing the remaining tasks for the first children’s book release in the fall.

At the moment is crucial for formatting the book. Gathering a few more preparations. While in the middle of blogging to renovating a property for a cowork hostile for entrepreneurs and youth aging from the foster care system.

Being organized and focused while working on each thing is easy. But, the ONE thing, this book, needs a bit more grit for grinding focus on a whole new level.

This journal other than the gash looks nice. 16 pages of how to use the book with encouragement is a nice touch.

I prefer counting down to up. 100 days counting up doesn't lose a star because there is also a space to write following ”In (49) days, I will: ____”

I like this very much.

Broken down into ten-day goal segments is something new.

I've always evaluated myself monthly and quarterly then annually. On a 100 day challenge, ten seem symmetrical. Meaning makes sense with the number goal.

Ten quotes at the ten-day mark are on point.

The journal offers a reflection and solutions section. This is super helpful for making choices.

All in all a hard fought for ⭐️⭐️⭐️. If the book were perfectly edited and didn't arrive with a gash I’d give 4 stars until I experience the 100 days then five if it fits ease of use and could work for the majority of people.

I'm one of those weirdos who for decades sits at the top 8% of people who accomplish their New Year resolution. Meaning a book like this is easy to implement.

The section I don't think would fit everyone is using the word ’discipline’. The assumption is if you're imperfect your not disciplined enough. I call BS.

If all this book does is inspire someone to succeed then it wasn't a waste of money or time to figure out your own method.

I'm creating a time journal for a business blog that supports the user to create a sequence that works for them with ideas and tools to create this.

It's important to feel one can create success. Often roadblocks are less to do with self-discipline and more to do with other issues. Like self-care or basic time management adjustments needed.

This book can not solve discipline issues. It can guide someone to stick to a goal. But, not become a more regulated rote time manager, in my opinion.

Being the weird eight percent do well with goals in this format since I've trained myself to this style. For the rest of the world, I'm not sure. To help that other 92 % of people I'mma break down how much time I think this will take. Then, make room if you'd like to succeed.

The ’how this journal works’ gets into details of how to prepare for success using this guide. How to set up before beginning.

You likely won't be ready to start when first receiving this guide. There's prep work to ready for the 100 days so no distractions if at all possible.

First 16 pages of explanation to use 30 minutes to read, digest, and review sections.

How long it takes to follow the directions in preparation depends on your goals. If you have to shop, order on Amazon, clean a space to work? Etc will help determine this amount of time needed. Could be a few days or so. Be patient with yourself.

The hardest part of all this is committing to the goal. Second, preparing. Third sticking with it.

#YouAreNotAlone

30 minutes to fill in ”My Goals” section. There's a 100 day calendar at a glance. All those dates need filled in.

15 minutes to fill out Day 1.

I'm set up for this so it's a matter of doing it. If you're not set up yet prepare before beginning Day 1. This way you are set up for success right out of the gate. The guide gives tips on how.

The book is broken up for morning and evening. My suggestion is keep this on the nightstand with a pencil. Wake, the journal notes 10 minutes, I say 15 minutes early to fill out and then, plan to be in bed early for 15 minutes to fill in before closing those eyes. The book says 5 and I say no. I like to visualize accomplishment so I take a little longer.

As you can see, we adjust to what works for our unique style. At the end of the day, we are responsible for our success. Not the failure to comply with what's recommended.

Know yourself enough to adjust to fit all your knowledge to understand for the wisdom of insight to make decisions for your effort.

What's a perk of the guide at the beginning is a strategy to adjust any poor habits to better choices.

The ten-day review segment will assist with adjusting.

Again, you are not lacking discipline if things happened that required your attention. Like children, life crisis from a storm, you have legitimate experiences that will shift attention.

At these moments, tend to the priority. Jump back into the 100 days and get back to it when that priority is tucked. Then, renew your mind and pick up the day you left off.

The 100 days can have hiccups in between. There are places to note this.

Be kind to yourself. Your effort matters even if the timeline needs adjustment. Doing the 100 days will help success.

Sometimes, the pause might mean starting over. As he mentions learning a language. This might mean you forget something learned. Move back to the day that you previously mastered this goal. Start at the last point of success. Move forward and practice practice practice.

Being a master at anything is to know what you don't know and do know requires maintenance with practice regardless.

This is how continuing ed was born.

I'm not a grade-oriented person. I'm a mastery-oriented person. Evaluating progress for me is outcomes-based not how perfect I scored along the way.

This journal provides both support. For me, don't feel bad not scoring certain things. What's most important is I complete the formatting for the children’s book and set up the release online content.

For you, if you enjoy receiving grades validation this charting will be very motivating.

My point, whether you enjoy habit structure and journaling or journaling with ritual or goal outcomes, this guide has something for a variety of styles. Choose yours and set the course to complete the first segment of the journey or in my case the final hump needing jump over.

What the book doesn’t offer at the end is a place to download a certificate like NaNoWriMo does. If you succeed at this is cause for celebration.

Mr. Dumas does encourage celebrating wins along the way.

There is a section in the back to fill out upon finding the 100 days.

All in all this book is worth buying if you will do your best to fill it in twice a day for 3 1/2 months. If not then the goal wasn't worth it, to begin with.

This self-validation to tackling a goal is worth trying if you've felt stuck or want to try a new way of reaching a goal. The ideas learned will help add depth to other strategies you already know.

If you find yourself feeling bummed for missing the mark the journal gives feedback with your input.

#YouGoThis. You have what it takes.

Mistakes and all. You'll succeed. This guide might be the next step to done or begun. You decide 💯

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