First, Know What You Want - Why Goals Don't Work and How to Make Them

First, Know What You Want - Why Goals Don't Work and How


First, Know What You Want - Why Goals Don't Work and How to Make Them ❮Download❯ ➹ First, Know What You Want - Why Goals Don't Work and How to Make Them ➾ Author Andrew Halfacre – Polishdarling.co.uk % of people do not know what they want and nearly all of them wish they did First, Know What You Want is a hard hitting guide to knowing your own mind and finding your inner compass If you ve ever dre % of people do not What You PDF/EPUB Ã know what they want and nearly all of them wish they did First, Know What You Want is a hard hitting guide to knowing your own mind and finding your inner compass If you ve ever dreamed of changing your life if only you could work out what you really wanted then this is the First, Know ePUB Ù guide for you This is not just a book about getting It s a book about being Being able to discover a authentic and joyful way to live a life you can look back on and say, that was just how I wanted it Inside you will discover How a polar bear can help you know what you want Why goal Know What You PDF ´ setting often fails and what to do about it How to use what you don t want to get what you do want How to distinguish fantasy from dreams that can come true How to untangle what you want from how you feel How to become a faster, better decision maker The second most powerful question in the world How to develop new and original ways of thinking How to avoid self sabotage and discouragement How to uncover the values that drive you The incredible benefits of starting small How to be happier right now What to do when you are stumped How your senses can tell you what you want.

    First, Know What You Want - Why Goals Don't Work and How develop new and original ways of thinking How to avoid self sabotage and discouragement How to uncover the values that drive you The incredible benefits of starting small How to be happier right now What to do when you are stumped How your senses can tell you what you want."/>
  • Paperback
  • 214 pages
  • First, Know What You Want - Why Goals Don't Work and How to Make Them
  • Andrew Halfacre
  • English
  • 02 September 2019
  • 1907498559

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10 thoughts on “First, Know What You Want - Why Goals Don't Work and How to Make Them

  1. Donna Parker Donna Parker says:

    This was a surprising book When I won this from the Goodreads First Reads Program I thought, oh great, another book on goals and how to get what you want and blah blah blah Then I read it Note top self, stop doing book reviews in your head before reading the book While a lot of this had a familiar ring, some things really stood out First, it was easy to follow and well written, no ring around the subject or word banter that babbled on without getting to the point just to fill pages This au This was a surprising book When I won this from the Goodreads First Reads Program I thought, oh great, another book on goals and how to get what you want and blah blah blah Then I read it Note top self, stop doing book reviews in your head before reading the book While a lot of this had a familiar ring, some things really stood out First, it was easy to follow and well written, no ring around the subject or word banter that babbled on without getting to the point just to fill pages This author has something to say Then I came to the Bug List and I caught in the trap, but for the best Things that you need to do but constantly forget, sound familiar, yes, those things, often little things you need to do that are buzzing around in your head, a constant noise and irritant Write a Bug List of all the things you need to do no matter how small This gets 5 stars just for the Bug List idea It is fantastic This book is amazing A must read whether you re just hopelessly rambling around in your life like a zombie looking for food or a fairly well organized person with goals that is bogged down and needs a little nudge Read this book Make it Number One on your any list

  2. Scott Haraburda Scott Haraburda says:

    Goodreads First Reads Giveaway Book This is a book full of useful tools, which most everyone could use It s written in an informal way, similar to someone telling us in person with the information It s easy to understand, giving the reader valuable information quickly The book also contains several analogies to illustrate the author s messages in a way to help the reader fully understand his ideas These included a fly hitting the glass window, Adam and Eve Goodreads First Reads Giveaway Book This is a book full of useful tools, which most everyone could use It s written in an informal way, similar to someone telling us in person with the information It s easy to understand, giving the reader valuable information quickly The book also contains several analogies to illustrate the author s messages in a way to help the reader fully understand his ideas These included a fly hitting the glass window, Adam and Eve failing to take responsibility for their decisions, bus drivers instead of passengers controlling the bus, and a polar bear acting poorly in captivity The author implies that people perform better if they have sustained focused attention, instead of believing in the multi tasking illusion He also believes that most people are sheep looking for a shepherd The shepherd is a person who knows what he wants Identifying what he wants is hard, mainly because he could be looking in the wrong way or is scared To help us know what we want, this book describes twelve rules, which is a good step by step process for doing this The book also provides us a link to the author s website which contains additional resources and downloads such as a journal It also provides us a link to his Facebook page These Internet resources complement the information provided in the book The tools, such as questions, within the book were very valuable I really liked the what do you want instead question to help transform blame into solutions.A concern I had with this book, though, was the author s lack of sources, such as the source of the statistics involving 95% of people not knowing what they want Much of the information appears to be from the author s own personal opinion on why people do what they do and what should work to improve them, which probably came from his working coach work Of note, the author was diagnosed in 2011 with non Hodgkin s lymphoma, a form of cancer, and had several rounds of chemotherapy He re evaluated his life, with some of his thoughts from this scary ordeal written in this book.The reader should be cautious with the Squash the Bug step because it doesn t discuss the importance of the tasks listed, or an effort to prioritize them These then can lead to waste of our time by doing tasks that are neither urgent nor important We can spend our day squashing bugs, lots of them, even feeling good about it At risk, the important tasks with urgent timing don t get done If you want a good informal book to help you look inside yourself and discover what you really want, then this book is for you Otherwise, reading this book won t help Let me remind you that if you don t know what you want, everything you do will get you there Since knowing what you want is the first task, knowing how to obtain it should be the next As such, the author s follow on to this book should be Second Know How to Get What You Want Why Just Knowing What You Want Isn t Enough Highly recommended for anyone desiring to know how to start getting what they want

  3. Andrea Andrea says:

    First Be excited That s one thing I learnt in this book that really helps I bet you suddenly becameenergised and excited when I said that.Working out the small bite sized chunks that will lead us to realising our fantasy is one we ve heard before but it s indispensable and had to be said.Lots of pithy truths in this book I liked We tend to overestimate what we can do in a day and underestimate what we can do in a year I like the Wheel of Life I liked the list of further reading First Be excited That s one thing I learnt in this book that really helps I bet you suddenly becameenergised and excited when I said that.Working out the small bite sized chunks that will lead us to realising our fantasy is one we ve heard before but it s indispensable and had to be said.Lots of pithy truths in this book I liked We tend to overestimate what we can do in a day and underestimate what we can do in a year I like the Wheel of Life I liked the list of further reading at the end.There s a lot here to like If I didn t give it 5 stars, it s not because of the content, but because I felt the layout could have hadbolding and space around sections to make it a bit easier to read.Thank you author, Andrew Halfacre and Goodreads You sound like a good person

  4. Emmyz Azuby Emmyz Azuby says:

    There s one thing that i really got to agree on with this book, it is the fact to distinguish between desire and mood This book greatly draws a thick line to differentiate that, it teaches one skills used to tackle motivation block by actively being resilient.

  5. Lungelo Lungelo says:

    its a very inspiring book perhaps it enlightens an individual quite enormously

  6. NoBeatenPath NoBeatenPath says:

    The first 13% was taken up with telling me what the book was going to tell me Section two gave some basic platitudes about doing stuff rather than making excuses then repeated it all again in bullet points At that point I gave up, as it all seems to be waffle and padding, continually referencing me to go to his website If I wanted to use a website rather than read a book I wouldn t have bought the book.

  7. Sherrin Alsop Sherrin Alsop says:

    A great book for people like me who are not quite sure where to start when setting goals.

  8. Amanda Amanda says:

    Life changing and yet so darn practical and down to earth I wish I had written in myself

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10 thoughts on “First, Know What You Want - Why Goals Don't Work and How to Make Them

  1. Donna Parker Donna Parker says:

    This was a surprising book When I won this from the Goodreads First Reads Program I thought, oh great, another book on goals and how to get what you want and blah blah blah Then I read it Note top self, stop doing book reviews in your head before reading the book While a lot of this had a familiar ring, some things really stood out First, it was easy to follow and well written, no ring around the subject or word banter that babbled on without getting to the point just to fill pages This au This was a surprising book When I won this from the Goodreads First Reads Program I thought, oh great, another book on goals and how to get what you want and blah blah blah Then I read it Note top self, stop doing book reviews in your head before reading the book While a lot of this had a familiar ring, some things really stood out First, it was easy to follow and well written, no ring around the subject or word banter that babbled on without getting to the point just to fill pages This author has something to say Then I came to the Bug List and I caught in the trap, but for the best Things that you need to do but constantly forget, sound familiar, yes, those things, often little things you need to do that are buzzing around in your head, a constant noise and irritant Write a Bug List of all the things you need to do no matter how small This gets 5 stars just for the Bug List idea It is fantastic This book is amazing A must read whether you re just hopelessly rambling around in your life like a zombie looking for food or a fairly well organized person with goals that is bogged down and needs a little nudge Read this book Make it Number One on your any list


  2. Scott Haraburda Scott Haraburda says:

    Goodreads First Reads Giveaway Book This is a book full of useful tools, which most everyone could use It s written in an informal way, similar to someone telling us in person with the information It s easy to understand, giving the reader valuable information quickly The book also contains several analogies to illustrate the author s messages in a way to help the reader fully understand his ideas These included a fly hitting the glass window, Adam and Eve Goodreads First Reads Giveaway Book This is a book full of useful tools, which most everyone could use It s written in an informal way, similar to someone telling us in person with the information It s easy to understand, giving the reader valuable information quickly The book also contains several analogies to illustrate the author s messages in a way to help the reader fully understand his ideas These included a fly hitting the glass window, Adam and Eve failing to take responsibility for their decisions, bus drivers instead of passengers controlling the bus, and a polar bear acting poorly in captivity The author implies that people perform better if they have sustained focused attention, instead of believing in the multi tasking illusion He also believes that most people are sheep looking for a shepherd The shepherd is a person who knows what he wants Identifying what he wants is hard, mainly because he could be looking in the wrong way or is scared To help us know what we want, this book describes twelve rules, which is a good step by step process for doing this The book also provides us a link to the author s website which contains additional resources and downloads such as a journal It also provides us a link to his Facebook page These Internet resources complement the information provided in the book The tools, such as questions, within the book were very valuable I really liked the what do you want instead question to help transform blame into solutions.A concern I had with this book, though, was the author s lack of sources, such as the source of the statistics involving 95% of people not knowing what they want Much of the information appears to be from the author s own personal opinion on why people do what they do and what should work to improve them, which probably came from his working coach work Of note, the author was diagnosed in 2011 with non Hodgkin s lymphoma, a form of cancer, and had several rounds of chemotherapy He re evaluated his life, with some of his thoughts from this scary ordeal written in this book.The reader should be cautious with the Squash the Bug step because it doesn t discuss the importance of the tasks listed, or an effort to prioritize them These then can lead to waste of our time by doing tasks that are neither urgent nor important We can spend our day squashing bugs, lots of them, even feeling good about it At risk, the important tasks with urgent timing don t get done If you want a good informal book to help you look inside yourself and discover what you really want, then this book is for you Otherwise, reading this book won t help Let me remind you that if you don t know what you want, everything you do will get you there Since knowing what you want is the first task, knowing how to obtain it should be the next As such, the author s follow on to this book should be Second Know How to Get What You Want Why Just Knowing What You Want Isn t Enough Highly recommended for anyone desiring to know how to start getting what they want


  3. Andrea Andrea says:

    First Be excited That s one thing I learnt in this book that really helps I bet you suddenly becameenergised and excited when I said that.Working out the small bite sized chunks that will lead us to realising our fantasy is one we ve heard before but it s indispensable and had to be said.Lots of pithy truths in this book I liked We tend to overestimate what we can do in a day and underestimate what we can do in a year I like the Wheel of Life I liked the list of further reading First Be excited That s one thing I learnt in this book that really helps I bet you suddenly becameenergised and excited when I said that.Working out the small bite sized chunks that will lead us to realising our fantasy is one we ve heard before but it s indispensable and had to be said.Lots of pithy truths in this book I liked We tend to overestimate what we can do in a day and underestimate what we can do in a year I like the Wheel of Life I liked the list of further reading at the end.There s a lot here to like If I didn t give it 5 stars, it s not because of the content, but because I felt the layout could have hadbolding and space around sections to make it a bit easier to read.Thank you author, Andrew Halfacre and Goodreads You sound like a good person


  4. Emmyz Azuby Emmyz Azuby says:

    There s one thing that i really got to agree on with this book, it is the fact to distinguish between desire and mood This book greatly draws a thick line to differentiate that, it teaches one skills used to tackle motivation block by actively being resilient.


  5. Lungelo Lungelo says:

    its a very inspiring book perhaps it enlightens an individual quite enormously


  6. NoBeatenPath NoBeatenPath says:

    The first 13% was taken up with telling me what the book was going to tell me Section two gave some basic platitudes about doing stuff rather than making excuses then repeated it all again in bullet points At that point I gave up, as it all seems to be waffle and padding, continually referencing me to go to his website If I wanted to use a website rather than read a book I wouldn t have bought the book.


  7. Sherrin Alsop Sherrin Alsop says:

    A great book for people like me who are not quite sure where to start when setting goals.


  8. Amanda Amanda says:

    Life changing and yet so darn practical and down to earth I wish I had written in myself


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