Ways to Motivate Yourself Change Your Life Forever

Ways to Motivate Yourself Change Your Life Forever

The entire world was not yet living in cyberspace. The Internet was a relatively new idea, and very few of us knew how big a part of our lives it would become. As the new millennium dawned, a strange thing began to happen. People everywhere were writing again, just as people did in the 1800s when they took their quills out to write letters and diaries.

The age of mind-numbing television viewing had been eclipsed by the age of chat rooms and e-mail. This wonderful evolutionary jump in civilization gave this little book that you are holding in your hands right now brand-new life. All of a sudden the fight for limited shelf space in bookstores was not as important to a book's success. What became most important was the book's word-of-mouth "buzz" over the Internet.

1. Get on your deathbed

2. Stay hungry

3. Tell yourself a true lie 

4. Keep your eyes on the prize

5. Learn to sweat in peace

6. Simplify your life

7. Look for the lost gold

8. Push all your own buttons

9. Build a track record

10. Welcome the unexpected

11. Find your master key

12. Put your library on wheels

13. Definitely plan your work

14. Bounce your thoughts

15. Light your lazy dynamite

16. Choose the happy few

17. Learn to play a role

18. Don't just do something...sit there

19. Use your brain chemicals

20. Leave high school forever

21. Learn to lose your cool

22. Kill your television

23. Break out of your soul cage

24. Run your own plays

25. Find your inner Einstein

26. Run toward your fear

27. Create the way you relate

28. Try interactive listening

29. Embrace your willpower

30. Perform your little rituals

31. Find a place to come from

32. Be your own disciple

33. Turn into a word processor

34. Program your biocomputer

35. Open your present

36. Be a good detective

37. Make a relation-shift

38. Learn to come from behind

39. Come to your own rescue

40. Find your soul purpose

41. Get up on the right side

42. Let your whole brain play

43. Get your stars out

44. Just make everything up

45. Put on your game face

46. Discover active relaxation

47. Make today a masterpiece

48. Enjoy all your problems

49. Remind your mind

50. Get down and get small

51. Advertise to yourself

52. Think outside the box

53. Keep thinking, keep thinking

54. Put on a good debate

55. Make trouble work for you

56. Storm your own brain

57. Keep changing your voice

58. Embrace the new frontier

59. Upgrade your old habits

60. Paint your masterpiece today

61. Swim laps underwater

62. Bring on a good coach

63. Try to sell your home

64. Get your soul to talk

65. Promise the moon

66. Make somebody's day

67. Play the circle game

68. Get up a game

69. Turn your mother down

70. Face the sun 

71. Travel deep inside

72. Go to war

73. Use the 5% solution

74. Do something badly

75. Learn visioneering

76. Lighten things up

77. Serve and grow rich

78. Make a list of your life

79. Set a specific power goal

80. Change yourself first

81. Pin your life down

82. Take no for a question

83. Take the road to somewhere

84. Go on a news fast

85. Replace worry with action

86. Run with the thinkers

87. Put more enjoyment in

88. Keep walking

89. Read more mysteries

90. Think your way up

91. Exploit your weakness

92. Try becoming the problem

93. Enlarge your objective

94. Give yourself flying lessons

95. Hold your vision accountable

96. Build your power base

97. Connect truth to beauty

98. Read yourself a story

99. Laugh for no reason 

100. Walk with love and death

To Robert Brink and Jodi Brandon for the masterful editing, to Lindsay Brady for the ongoing perception of success, to Stephanie Chandler for tirelessly working the cosmos, to Kathy for more than I can say, to Jim Brannigan for the representation, to Fred Knipe for the music on New Year's Eve, to Ron Fry for Career Press, to Karen Wolf for the international distribution, to Nathaniel Branden for the psychology, to Colin Wilson for the philosophy, to Arnold Schwarzenegger for a day to remember, to Rett Nichols for the tension plan, to Graham Walsh for the Tavern on the Green, to Terry Hill for the century's first real mystery novel, to Cindy Chandler for the salvation, to Ed and Jeanne for the Wrigley Mansion, to John Shade for the fire, to Scott Richardson for the ideas, to Ann Coulter for the wake-up calls, to Steven Forbes Hardison for coaching and friendship beyond the earthly norm, and to Dr. Deepak Chopra for unconcealing the creative intelligence that holds us all together. 

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