There are five frogs on a log. One decides to jump off. How many are left?
If you responded with four, you're wrong. The correct answer is five, because remember-deciding isn't doing.
If you are tired of being ordinary, it's time to stop thinking about changing your life and start actively pursuing a changed life. And this is just the guide to get you moving. Comprised of fifty-two weekly lessons that all open with a joke or riddle and close with a movie suggestion, this book makes the difficult journey of becoming extraordinary a little easier and a lot more enjoyable.
Full of practical insights that build on one another from week to week, you will learn how to become an active participant in your life as you discover the wealth of potential within you and discern how to use it to achieve the amazing life you've always wanted.
If your answer to the question I'm Tired of Being Ordinary, Are You? is a resounding yes, then it's time to accept the challenge and receive the guidance this book offers. Better yet, read it with a friend or group of fellow "ordinaries," and encourage each other along the way!
|Publisher:||Harmony Books & Films, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.46(d)|
About the Author
Retired corporate director Wm. Allen is just an ordinary man. A complete zero in high school, he joined the US Army at seventeen and served in both Iran and Vietnam before returning home to spend ten years as a part-time college student. After finally graduating at age thirty, he started his slow climb up the corporate ladder, earning his MBA along the way. Additionally, he taught management courses at a local university, as well as a number of professional certification review courses.
For thirty years Allen sent out a "thought for the week" to a small number of subscribers. Inspired by his positive responses over the years, he compiled fifty-two of his best into the self-help guide I'm Tired of Being Ordinary, Are You?
Now in his late sixties, Allen continues to pursue an extraordinary life with gusto-even running a half-marathon every now and then.