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Overall, it suffers from poor editing and lack of a structured narrative - it meanders in places. The typesetting is poor, like many e-books, which makes it hard to read. My biggest issue with it is that it doesn't give you a concise set of sequential steps to take. The puzzle pieces are scattered throughout the book but the burden is on the reader to put that together. Having read quite a bit on this topic, I didn't feel like I got a lot of value.
The book needs to be revamped and restructured in a way that aligns more with the goal setting process. It needs more examples than just the author's. The books needs to be designed with type variation and structure - lots of text all in the same size makes it very hard to follow.
In general I am wary of the many flimsy ebooks that bloggers decided to self publish. Well intentioned I'm sure but a publisher would probably not publish this.
For starters, even if the content were good, the formatting of this book is absolutely awful. I'm fairly forgiving about self published books and formatting, especially if the content is quality. However, I find the layout of this book to be completely disrespectful to the reader. There are no margins to speak of, bullets look like they come straight out of Word, and the randomness of paragraphs makes it very difficult to read in the first place.
Second, I did try to read this even though I was so offended by the layout. The first bit is ok, where you are supposed to write out all your big, audacious goals, but after that it just deteriorates into randomness that I simply could not be bothered to follow.
I've downloaded free PDF's with better design and more useful information. Do not purchase this book.
There are a lot of books on goal setting and personal development. I've read a lot of them, so I rarely check out anything that isn't from the handful of authors whose work I've been reading for years. The cover art for this book and the workbook it offered was intriguing though, so I decided to give it a whirl.
As it turns out, this book offers a lot of information that I haven't seen in other self-improvement/goal-setting books. It also clarifies information I've found in other books but couldn't fully put into practice until this one took it a step further. The author tells you how to work goals into your everyday life and most importantly he actually addresses the things that make it hard to achieve anything.
Negative beliefs and thought patterns can make all the goal setting advice in the world worthless because you won't be able to use it. This is one of VERY FEW books that actually addresses this, and actually provides steps to get rid of them. This book is easy to read and is perfect for anyone who wants to achieve their goals and stop getting in their own way.
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Good Job. keep setting goals like this.