You Can Do Anything: Three Simple Steps to Success for High School Graduatesby Darril Gibson
You Can Do Anything - Three Simple Steps to Success for graduates is an easy to read book written for high school and college students and graduates. It provides readers with simple steps they can use to take control of their lives and achieve success pursuing any worthwhile goal.
- YCDA, LLC
- Publication date:
- Product dimensions:
- 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.35(d)
- Age Range:
- 16 - 18 Years
and post it to your social network
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
See all customer reviews >
Darril Gibson gives a simple, direct approach to success for the graduate. Identifying a person’s passion is a great beginning and attracting inspiration is a needed force. Eliminating blocks, taking action, and asking for help are great next steps. Creating habits of success are fundamental for success. This is a great book.
Misleading Subtitle... Not sure why the subtitle only specifies "Graduates"... I got the book for one of my 2nd year college kids and while browsing the table of contents I recognized many principles and decided to browse through the book. After being compelled to read through thoroughly, I found that the book breaks down and teaches the principles of successful visionaries! What an unexpected read!!! This book will take any person's success to a new level. The references to visionaries of the past, their struggles and how they changed the world are priceless! I've read many books on achieving goals and success and this one breaks it down in a single book with things my kid WILL NOT learn in college. It's very easy to read and better yet, it trains you on how to think, how to connect dots while preparing for opportunities and most importantly how to take action and why each actionable item is critical to your success. It's full of inspiration. I'd recommend it for experienced and budding entrepreneurs, business people, visionaries and even young kids that you wish to mold into young leaders... Great reference to keep in your library.
It has long been a strategy of mine to make a list at the start of each day. As i go through the day, I love the thrill of crossing items off the list - marking things done. At the end of the day, I look back and see all the things I accomplished, logically because I wrote them down. The author outlines 3 steps in this book: 1. Set goals 2. Listen for inspiration 3. Take action I have always done 1 and 3 but never thought about #2, listening for inspiration. I am very glad I read this book - I will share these ideas with my children (who have watched my compulsive list writing for years) and help them on their paths to their goals