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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2008

    Your Roadmap To Gain Meaning In Life

    "Discipline: Six Steps To Unleashing Your Hidden Potential" is an extraordinary example of what a person can accomplish for himself, and inspire others to accomplish, in a set amount of time. What you realize further into the book is that once you have acquired discipline, and the accomplishments that accompany it, that set amount of time, in which you persevere and improve, becomes a lifetime - a lifetime lived to the fullest - where every minute you're moving ahead rather than simply maintaining. Harris is an extreme example of one kind of discipline - a person who set out to conquer the corporate latter and accomplish career related goals year after year. The epiphany comes when he reveals that only after achieving so many of these "smaller" goals, did the greater goal or accomplishment comes into view - that being the ability to assist those around him in making their own lives better- this helping-hand, being the key to increasing the quality of life on this planet (more-so than any other "quick-fix" or spur-of-the-moment resolution). "Discipline: Six Steps To Unleashing Your Hidden Potential" will help you find a purpose and meaning for your life that outlasts even your most ambitious momentary goals - that being becoming disciplined and therefore a leader and mentor, armed with the knowledge and respect to make ACTUAL change in the world. Harris makes it clear that it starts and ends with discipline - the only true ingredient for consistent - lasting success. Beware and be excited! This book doesn't provide a quick-fix, rather a realistic look at how you can actually change, and become the person you truly want to be, rather than simply day-dreaming about it.

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