Approaching Infinity: A Practical Workbook to Help Us Achieve Our Goals in Life

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iUniverse, 2004 - Philosophy - 224 pages
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Achieving goals is like discussing the weather-everybody talks about it, but nobody does anything about it.

Approaching Infinity can help you convert your weak wishes into solid action plans you will be committed to carry out.

Approaching Infinity is your personal guide to find out how to:

Examine your current position in life,

Make clear-cut decisions of what you want,

Reveal your personal life purpose,

Identify your true values,

Strengthen your success-belief system,

Learn the power of the pleasure-pain principle,

Build powerful reasons why you want to achieve your goals,

Construct a sturdy, active plan through the six-step goal-setting process,

Find the easiest way to get your plan into motion,

Discover the secrets of accomplished Goal DOERS, and

Adopt the twenty-six ABC strategies of successful goal-achievers.

Begin the journey of the most exciting adventure you will ever read about-your life!

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Reading the ObitsWhere Are We Now?
A Solid FoundationDeveloping a Personal Purpose
GoalsThe Blueprint for Action

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About the author (2004)

Waples is a corporate communications manager for a natural gas utility. He also teaches speech communications at a northwestern Pennsylvania college. He lives in Fairview, Pennsylvania.

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