I am venturing away from my past career of 15 years into an online field and his words of encouragement and practical advice are going to help me take those first big steps toward my new career. More than just theory, the author gives specific action items that can help you move forward.-- Sean Sumner, Bestselling Author 'Neck Check'
Scott's step by step plan on becoming more confident, and enjoying the life you always wanted but were afraid to go for truly resonated with me. He has a simple, personal way of writing that feels like he's sitting right next to you, sharing personal stories of his struggles, and offering sound advice.-- Amazon Customer
I was surprised that while I was reading, I paused to set up some meetings that I'd been postponing because he insisted that I'd feel better if I stopped worrying about it and simply took action. He was right. Once I got off the couch and did some things that I'd been avoiding, I stopped being fearful of the outcome.-- Amazon Customer
As an author, I found myself wishing I had read this book six months ago. I could have handled some of those inner demons with ease and that made me procrastinate. I am now equipped to push forward when fear sets in.-- Ray Brehm, Author
Allan allows the reader to break goals down into tiny increments that will accumulate into achieving a single step, and then compile those steps to lead to their goal. His concept of building a series of goals rather than looking at the end result lays out a manageable plan for success that everyone can accomplish.-- Virginia Ritterbusch, Author
I'm recommending this book to everyone. I loved this book as it's short, sweet and to the point. You don't need a lot of fluff to get stuff done and in this book the author invests his time giving the reader solid action steps that will certainly make things happen.-- Dale E. East, Amazon Customer
The single most exciting thing for me was identifying some goals for my business that I'd never think to achieve normally, but because they are scary, I have taken the first steps to go at them.-- Kent Sisco, Creator of Speare