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The Magic Lamp: Goal Setting for People Who Hate Setting Goals Paperback – 30 Jun 1998
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trouble setting goals? Would you like to have greater focus, stronger follow-through, and achieve dramatically better results? Would you like to learn how to get anything you want from life--more money, a new home, a promotion, better relationships, a greater sense of fulfillment, or anything else you can imagine?
If so, then read The Magic Lamp. This remarkable book describes a simple yet unforgettable process for how to obtain whatever you want from both your personal life and your career.
What's the Secret?
The Magic Lamp is the first goal-setting guide for people who hate setting goals. Goals can take you anywhere you want to go, but they rarely give you the inspiration you need to get there. Wishes are different. They have emotional impact. They give you the freedom to dream and the power to make your dreams come true.
The Magic Lamp transforms the process of setting goals from a dull routine into an excit
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"The first new thinking about goal setting in decades."
--Rick Butts, author of The Safari Chronicles
"Bravo! The Magic Lamp does nothing less than reinvent the age-old process of goal setting, making it more appealing and far less intimidating than ever before. If you aren't getting everything you want from life, this should be the book you read next."
--Ed McComas, Regional Manager, Perot Systems
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Keith Ellis is concise and personal. He's direct and tells it like it is. Example: He tells you to pick another goal if you have to motivate yourself to achieve it since the purpose of achieving the goal should already provide you the motivation. He's personal at times like when he shares his regrets about not becoming an author by simply writing one paragraph a day. He's profound in saying that "ordinary efforts daily produces extraordinary results over time."
Throughout his book he provides many wise insights that I have not heard before. In addition, I like his book recommendations which led me to more great books to realize my potential.