This MOTIVATIONAL workbook helps you take action!
This practical workbook is for:+ Anyone who is putting off an important decision+ Anyone who needs the motivation to take action+ Anyone who fears the potential pain that taking action might bring+ Anyone who suffers from procrastination+ Anyone who needs to take a step back and gain an objective perspective on things+ Anyone who 'knows' they need to act but doesn't
Anyone who has a growing sense of anxiety in their stomach because they keep putting off thingsWe tend to put things off because we fear the potential pain that taking action brings with it. However, as you know - there is no gain without pain.
Take action like a Stoic and beat procrastination by placing your fears out in the open in an objective light. See your fears vanish in front of your eyes as you discover the power of FEAR Setting.
Follow the step-by-step guide to outline what action you are putting off and let the scales decide. If your 'gain point' out-weighs your 'pain-point' you should take the action swiftly and decisively. If you have more pain, then your fears were well-founded.Go on! Give it a try! What are you scared of?
This practical motivational workbook lays out a logical step-by-step method for making the difficult decisions in life by considering 'the worst case' scenarios first and working back from there. This book also lets you focus on the 'status quo' by providing room for you to see the hidden costs of inaction.
The key to this workbook, though, is in the 'GAIN' and "PAIN' points that allow you to make decisions as objectively as possible. At the left-end of both Pain and Gain scales there is 'minimal impact' that is short-term and reversible - the Pain or Gain does not last long and you will get over it quickly. At the right end there is the long-lasting maximum impact that is irreversible - the effects, both positive or negative, will be with you for a lifetime.
By pitting your 'Pain' against your 'Gain' and letting the scales determine your decision you are essentially removing your subjectivity and fear from the decision-making process and going with the actions that, however scary, will lead you to a better, more prosperous future. Give it a try! What are you scared of?