Have you held dreams of success and happiness that you’ve failed to fulfill? Do you sometimes feel that, however much you’ve done, you are still, in part, an underachiever? If so, there is good news. Your past failures have no bearing on your future. And if you can change the way you approach your work, you can change the way you live.
In The Pledge, best-selling author Michael Masterson teaches you how to reinvent your life by putting together a personal master plan. It’s a formal contract between the person you are today (fed up with the problems and lack of success you’ve been having) and the person you have decided to be (the successful you who is healthy, wealthy, happy, and wise). Masterson’s unique approach to creating a master plan will change your life immediately and forever. It is based on the best principles of the great personal productivity masters (such as Dale Carnegie and Stephen Covey) and on discoveries he made during his climb from indebtedness to multimillionaire status. The Pledge is not a book on goal setting. It is a blueprint for fundamental change. Once you have experienced even one day of Michael’s revolutionary system, you’ll be hooked for life.Through his writing and personal coaching, Masterson has changed the lives of countless people. His office walls are covered with personal letters from people from all over the world who credit him with transforming their lives. Now it’s your turn. Once you set up your personal master plan, your effort will be minimal. You will start to see results immediately. You will have more money, more success, and more time to do the things you love.
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Need a different Narrarator
Had a difficult time getting through this book because of the narrarator. His voice was robotic and non expressive.
Great book - terrible narrator.
I don't like to be negative or critical, but the narrator needs to find a different career. I often see reviews of audiobooks talking about how difficult it was to concentrate on the material of the book because of the narrator, and now I know what they mean. His tone changes at the end of each sentence and the way he speeds up the pronunciation of the last word of each sentence makes it nearly impossible to pay attention to what he's actually saying.
Great info. I love the message!! Exact "master plan" for success... if you put in the work and actually do what needs to be done.