MOTIVATOR AND AUTHOR CLAYTON BYE offers an easy to use system to help you get what you want from life. It was taken directly from his own personal success program, and comprises a set of one hundred choices (or decisions) he used on a daily basis to create the life changes he wanted. This "Hundred" is the culmination of over a decade of work in the field of Personal Achievement.
This book will teach you to:
MAKE UNCOMMON CHOICES by learning to think and act like a contrarian.
ACHIEVE REMARKABLE RESULTS by using proven success tools every day.
STAY ON PURPOSE by adopting a system designed to help you go through each day working on specific and powerful goals.
DO THE THINGS YOU'VE ALWAYS WANTED TO DO by making them part of your daily routine.
WHY THIS BOOK WAS WRITTEN
The Hundred was written to provide you with an easy to use system for achieving fundamental change in your life. It provides a methodology for outstanding achievement - without having to take a psychology major or having to spend a fortune on countless seminars. The Hundred does this by developing a simple idea in such a way as to provide you with daily steps you can take to create the lifestyle you want. And while it won’t hold your hand or do your work for you, it will help you to understand the most important fundamental of success, ultimately putting you firmly in control of your destiny.
The fundamental of success I’ve just referred to is good decision-making, choices made for the single-minded purpose of consciously creating more of the things you want to have happen in your life.
You say you want more money, more joy, more spare time? Then the thing to do, the only thing to do, is make choices designed to achieve those dreams. And that’s what The Hundred will teach you. This book is all about getting “on purpose.” It’s about deciding to live each day taking conscious actions that make dreams come true.
So, each day, for the next one hundred days, you’ll be guided through a series of decisions designed to create specific effects or results. Some of these choices may not be an easy fit for you, but stick with them. They’ll teach you about living your life “on purpose.” In the end, I believe they’ll bring you to a place where you’ll be well equipped to begin the process of creating your own “Hundred.”
Work on one choice each day for the next one hundred days. No breaks. No excuses. This isn’t something you’ll do and then toss away. Good decision-making must become part of your daily routine. It should become part of who you are.
Do your best with each exercise, but don’t get hung up on being perfect. If you’re stuck, go on to the next. You can always come back to the one you missed when you’ve had a little more time to get your mind around it. And should you really mess up on one of the exercises, completely failing to achieve what you set out to do, try again. Spend as many extra days as you want in order to get the results you’re after. There are some assignments in The Hundred I’ve had to work on for months at a time. There are some I may always have to regularly revisit. The same could be true for you. My point? Don’t worry about whether or not you’re doing The Hundred right. The entire program has only one function: It’s meant to teach you what it feels like to live your life “on purpose.”
So, it’s not the order in which you do The Hundred that’s important, nor is it how many days you spend on a given exercise. It’s not even whether or not you nailed the current assignment. What’s important is going through each day with some specific purpose held firmly in mind. What’s important is getting on target, getting focused, getting on purpose.
The process itself is simple: Set a goal, take specific actions to reach that goal, pay attention to your results (what you achieved and what you didn’t achieve) and then make any necessary adjustments by setting new or modified goals. Do this day in and day out. Do it purposefully. Do it until it’s habit. You’ll find that the pursuit and achievement of your dreams will cease to be a matter of “If I succeed...” and will gradually become one of “When I succeed....”
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