More money, a good relationship, good friends, vacations and the ability to do whatever you want in life, can you have all of these things? Human potential author, John Assaraf believes that anyone can achieve these that – and more. In his book, “Having It All: Achieving Your Life's Goals and Dreams” he explains what it takes to achieve these things that often seem so impossible to even imagine.
We know what most of you are thinking, “how is this different from any other author?” To that question, we have to say, keep reading this article to find out how John is different from other writers in this genre and how he takes a unique approach.
We know that it is a bit of a cliche to say that it all starts with an idea, you need to believe, you need to visualize and all those other stereotyped expressions, but in this book John Assaraf takes a new look at these topics and shows why they fail and what they should be replaced with.
Over the last 40 years people have been told to do creative visualization but never how to really reach success. Success just doesn't come from having a great idea or practicing some sort of visualization technique. Success comes when you have your goals in life actually take priority over other things.
No, this isn't about ignoring your loved ones to become a slave at one's job, but learning how to focus on what really matters. What matters could be learning to optimize how you do business, how you take an idea from your mind space and into the world, how you make your loved ones feel better.
John Assaraf Having It All talks about techniques that athletes and top business people use to get excited, stay pumped up and charge out into the world to perform their craft.
The mind is a great machine and is an endless playground that one could get lost in for years on in, and many of us do exactly that. We try to learn success techniques but we get stuck in the idea, in the emotional charged up states and the dream that we forget to actually live it.
John Assaraf knows that it takes effort to create your dreams in the physical world and he also knows that just telling you to work hard isn't enough. What he does is gives techniques that will make it easier for you to endure the hard work, the down times and all the stress that comes with learning how to be more than who you already are.
Framing Your Success
What is success to you? This is another important question that this book touches on. Are you chasing someone else's dream or are you going after what you really want and what is best for your family. The talk of purpose is often lost on people because all they every do is try to fill someone else's shoes and not focus on what they truly want.
One thing that you will find is that you will have a much easier time staying focused, putting in work, making an extra effort when you are able to know that you are working towards something that you truly want and not an empty idea of what you want.
Who Is This Book For?
Who is this book for? This book is for doers and not those who simply want a source of entertainment in the form of information. One thing that we have noticed is that the success, motivation and human potential genre of books, audiobooks, videos and seminars have in many ways become more a source of entertainment than a jump start to a better life.
We don't say this to place blame but to simply say that you need to be serious about your own growth and you need to read a book like John Assaraf's “Having It All” with the purpose of taking immediate action. Please take action!