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The One Success Habit You Can’t Do Without

April 15

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I can’t figure out why I never meet my goals. I also have bad habits I can’t seem to defeat. I’ve tried everything to find motivation. I have not ever found that magic pill, so to speak.

I have read several books in time management, goals and priorities in attempts to lose weight, be a better mother, organize our house and other things on my heart. {Take a look at my bookshelves.}. Yet, I sit here still obese and confused about the present nature of my home.

Reading The One Success Habit You Can’t Do Without, I’m reminded of some of the things I already knew. The author takes those methods and revamps them and discounts a few of them altogether.

Why You’re More Likely to Reach Your Goals via The One Success Habit:

You discover why the unmotivated you doesn’t ever stay motivated.
You get honest with yourself about whether or not a task or habit should really be on your list today.
You stop letting your lists discourage you.

The book is not very thick, making it an easy read. I read it in two days. Now, I’ll be working through it and the workbook. {There’s a free workbook. Details are shared with the purchase of the book.}

Look for future posts, as I share my implementation of The One Success Habit You Can’t Do Without in my daily living. Subscribe to This Mom’s Delight and you’ll be inspired to live intentionally as you read along with me.

I received this book from The B&B Media Group in exchange for my honest review.

ABOUT THE BOOK

I Really Want to Achieve Something But How Do I Get There?

The One Success Habit You Can’t Do Without offers a powerful, revitalizing way to live.

Organization, productivity and good habits all appear to be part of successful endeavors. However, many of us don’t know how to use these to reach our goals with true success. Dr. Fred Ray Lybrand, motivational speaker, writer and “human behavior expert,” with his newest release, The One Success Habit You Can’t Do Without (Kauffman Burgess Press, February 2013), continues with his warm, witty conversational advice that brings fresh clarity to the age old question of how to get organized…get moving…and shift our actions towards a new level of daily success.

6 Comments

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    monique burkes
    April 20 at 11:48 pm

    Interesting, thanks. I will take a look at that book.

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    Krista Bainbridge
    April 29 at 3:16 am

    I’m excited to watch as you use this book to reach your goals! good luck!

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    Teddy Out Ready
    April 29 at 5:20 am

    Story of my life, I definitely need that book.

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    Maria Rosario Taienao-Bravo
    April 29 at 5:52 am

    They should make a movie…lol. Seriously it sounds very interesting and something so many of us could use. It’s so hard to stay motivated when there are so many challenges.

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    Crystal Mae
    April 30 at 3:30 pm

    Checking out this book now on amazon! I NEED this book!! Thanks!

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    Cait Beauchaine
    April 30 at 4:00 pm

    This sounds great! I definitely need some motivation to be a more organized mommy. I am always jealous of the moms that have everything perfectly packed and labeled! Between the baby clothes and toys my son has already outgrown, our basement is starting to look like a baby war zone! Looking forward to your feedback on implementing this strategy!

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