If You Don’t Answer These 4 Questions… ↓
You’re Basically Lost In Life… Seriously!
Let’s be honest, without clarity on what you want to achieve in life, you might as well be lost in the middle of nowhere, with no GPS, no map, or even a compass. Plus there’s wild animals out there! Therefore, it’s critical that you mark your target destination, with clarity, and confidence, knowing precisely where you want to go. A goal!
Whether you’re fighting through cancer, school or business, weight loss, music, sports or fitness, TIAAY’s book Part 1: The Seed will help you answer the four important questions to get that clarity. This first step is paramount in order to reach your goals! You simply cannot achieve what you want in life without having such clarity, and you cannot have such clarity without answering these four important questions first. Your answers to these four questions will in effect be the seed to your goals!
So what does this ‘seed’ thing even mean? Well, if you think about it, cultivating your goals is like cultivating fruitful plants. Come on, I know you’ve heard an analogy like this before! Yet, you’ve likely never discovered a source where this analogy is broken down and explained clearly.
OK but why is this plant analogy and these four questions so important? They’re not! They’re actually vital! Yes, I’ll go as far as to say that it’s vital for you to understand and answer these four questions in order for you to manifest whatever you’re endeavoring to achieve in life.
You see, you wouldn’t plow and sow an apple seed if what you wanted to cultivate was an orange tree. Likewise, you must plow and sow the correct seed of what you want to achieve in life. Unfortunately however, 97% of people subconsciously plow and sow the wrong seeds throughout their life, opposite to what they actually want. Needless to say, this has only resulted in severe disappointments and even devastation.
That is why it’s vital that you first identify the seed of your goals before you even think about plowing and sowing them, let alone reaping the delicious fruits of your efforts. First things first! After all, cultivating your goals requires crucial steps you need to take, much like cultivating that orange tree. So you must start with that first step, acquiring the right seed of your goals, which you can only do by answering these four questions.
“Alright already, what are these four questions?” Let me answer your question with four questions found in this book. You’re about to find out what these 4 questions are in 3… 2… 1…
Part I: The Seed
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