Write It Down, Make It Happen: Knowing What You Want And Getting It
In Write It Down, Make It Happen, Henriette Anne Klauser, Ph.D., explains how simply writing down your goals in life is the first step toward achieving them. Writing can even help you understand what you want. In this book, you will read stories about ordinary people who witnessed miracles large and sma...more
Your playing small does not serve the world. Who are you not to be great? Nelson Mandela
Journaling and photography allow you to live twice as much because you pay better attention.
Don't wait for the perfect circumstances. Begin having a full life today. A whole, fulfilling life.
Write goals and review them. Keep the dreams alive this way. Make these notes a beacon to refer to over and over.
Writing can make your feelings speedbumps, not road block ...more
The reason I am giving this book five stars is that I followed it to the letter and made what I wanted to happen happen. I wanted to take a solo summer road trip from Florida to New England, stay up there for a few weeks, and visit DC and Atlanta on the way back. I was scared to do it and needed the financial means. This book motivated me to work an extra job, work extra hours at the two jobs I had, to make the arrangements, make it possible to take five weeks off, and psyched me up to actually ...more
It's not as simple as writing down what you want and making it happen. Sometimes what you want isn't what you need; sometimes what you need isn't what you want. But to borrow another cliche: Knowing what you don't want ...more
The format is short chapters followed by exercises. Not all chapters and exercises are related to writing, which makes the title a bit misleading. There are chapters on inventing rituals and starting a goal-se ...more
If you like this approach, another book you might like is "The Life Organizer" by Jennifer Louden. It is full of questions and prompts to help you envision the life that will make your heart beat faster. It makes a great companion to this volume.