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Finish What You Start

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Want to achieve your goals? The Top 1% get things done, and their methods have been distilled into five simple principles. Using them, you can create dynamic results for successfully reaching your goals. This easy-to-understand valuable guide is your blueprint for taking your personal and business objectives to fulfillment. Whether your desire is to create the next great ...more
Paperback, 274 pages
Published September 30th 2010 by Reach Now Institute, Inc. (first published September 14th 2010)
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Tanya (mom's small victories)
I bought this book because the title seemed to address just the problem I have being the queen of procrastination and finding excuses. I start off plenty of projects or goals with enthusiasm but my enthusiasm wanes and eventually it's like pulling teeth to get me to finish. That box when we moved into our house that my hubby labeled, "Tanya's Box of Unfinished Projects" is still unfinished and it's been 12 years. I hoped that Mr. Copeland's book would give me some insight to help me overcome the ...more
Jun 15, 2012 rated it really liked it
Copeland lays out five simple principles, which used in concert, are supposed to create results for us to successfully reach our goals. These principles are supposed to result in incredible changes for his readers. Most of us agree we would benefit from greater drive and creativity, increased focus, elimination of anxiety, and a mastery of time management.
Expecting results from these five principles seems likely; finding the people to be part of a support group, a mentoring circle, seems less
Gil Michelini
Aug 13, 2012 rated it liked it
Overall, I liked this book. There were two good nuggets I got from the author.

First self-help is no help because if we could do this on our own, we would not need books like this. Copeland stress personal development with others. The group he suggests is a CORE group, which you will have to read the book to find out about this.

The second nugget is his discussion of what to look for in a mentor. Many people say to find a mentor but Copeland provides some great details.

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