The Seventh Level: Designing Your Extraordinary Life

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BalboaPress, Jun 13, 2012 - Self-Help - 196 pages
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Do you feel a rage to achieve? Are you unsure how to begin? What are the secrets to building an extraordinary life? What are the best methods for generating ideas, formulating a plan and constructing your vision?

In The Seventh Level, Joe Hefferon guides you through a seven-step process distilled from an exploration of the world’s most ingenious minds—the architects of the great cathedrals and skyscrapers, the visionary galleries and awe-inspiring residences. Nearly every important moment of our lives is in some way connected to a built place, and now that place can be you.

Join forces with the architects to design the life you’ve always dreamed of. This is your pocket renaissance, the new era of you, the quest for that elusive seventh level.

Praise for The Seventh Level "Leonardo da Vinci first showed us the relationship between the human body and architectural proportions. Now Joe Hefferon shows us the relationship between architectural design and human experience. "The Seventh Level" will help you become the architect of your best life." Dr Wendy Walsh, Human Behavior Expert

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The Architecture of Human Endeavor
How To Use This Book
Why Architecture? Why You?
Level One Room for Ideas
Level Two Precision has Purpose
Level Three The Big Hairy Plans
Level Four Your Foundation
Level Five The Structural Engineer
Level Six Systems of Achievement
Level Seven The Accidental Architect
Ultima Cogitatio
Appendix of Architects

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Joe Hefferon lives for the juxtaposition, to see concepts working well together when they shouldn’t—unlikely allies joining forces in search of fresh perspectives. Joe retired from law enforcement after twenty-five years and now writes fulltime. He has contributed to several online newspapers and magazines. He has two children and lives in Westfield, New Jersey. Joe’s first book, a noir crime novel, The Sixth Session, was named Book of the Year for 2010 by

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