What Is Your What?: Discover the One Amazing Thing You Were Born to Do

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What Is Your What?: Discover the One Amazing Thing You Were Born to Do

What Is Your What?: Discover the One Amazing Thing You Were Born to Do By Steve Olsher What Is Your What Discover the One Amazing Thing You Were Born to Do Are you ready to discover your WHAT that is the amazing thing you were born to do Would you like to powerfully impact both those who share this lifetime with you and those of lifetimes to come In W

  • Title: What Is Your What?: Discover the One Amazing Thing You Were Born to Do
  • Author: Steve Olsher
  • ISBN: 9781118644041
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Hardcover
  • What Is Your What?: Discover the One Amazing Thing You Were Born to Do By Steve Olsher Are you ready to discover your WHAT that is, the 1 amazing thing you were born to do Would you like to powerfully impact both those who share this lifetime with you and those of lifetimes to come In What Is Your WHAT author Steve Olsher reveals his proven process that has helped thousands answer YES to these life changing questions and cultivate a life of purpose, conviAre you ready to discover your WHAT that is, the 1 amazing thing you were born to do Would you like to powerfully impact both those who share this lifetime with you and those of lifetimes to come In What Is Your WHAT author Steve Olsher reveals his proven process that has helped thousands answer YES to these life changing questions and cultivate a life of purpose, conviction, and contribution by identifying and creating a plan of action for bringing the 1 thing they were born to do to fruition It is a timely, step by step guide that will guide you towards making both a fortune and a difference sharing your unique gift with the world.Features inspiring stories of trial, tribulation, and triumph, as well as examples of 17 public figures, such as Guy Kawasaki, Chris Brogan, and Jack Canfield who have made the critical shift from pursuing commodity driven opportunities to honoring their singular blueprint Author Steve Olsher is a 25 year entrepreneur, creator founder of The Reinvention Workshop, and award winning author of Internet Prophets The World s Leading Experts Reveal How to Profit OnlineSteve s singular approach to realizing permanent, positive change blends proprietary methods with ancient wisdom and revolutionary lessons from modern thought leaders Leverage this proven system to discover your WHAT and realize ultimate achievement in business and life.
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    1. Roya on said:

      Ultimately, your WHAT isn t about you s about those you re compelled to serve Do not even get me started

    2. Alain Burrese on said:

      What Is Your What Discover The One Amazing Thing You Were Born To Do by Steve Olsher contained a lot than I expected, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading Olsher s insights and doing the exercises he presented in this book I firmly believe that reading this book and doing these exercises will help many people figure out just what they are meant to do with their lives and begin down the path to accomplish just that Will it help everyone No, some may not connect with Olsher s style, and others may no [...]

    3. Monique on said:

      Took a while to finish this book and I rechecked it out twice as I wanted to make sure I got all I could from this book that aims to help you the reader figure out what it is you are born to dowhat makes you special and what will ultimately make you fulfilled as a person Okay before you ask No I did not figure out what that is for me yet LOL but it is a work in progressI found parts of this book kinda stilted and hard to read with definitions and diagrams but some parts were very readable and in [...]

    4. V Narayanan on said:

      Too short.Great Ideas.More Theory or Workbook approach than practical thought simulating one.A single person s journey in thinking discovering what s his what would give better inspiration than this.Ego, Emotional Victimisation Greedy Desires wouldn t allow one to realise his What Hence purification of thoughts, self image ego is the first step in getting that what This aspect is missing.Supposing you are a middle class person, stuck to a bad boss your country s economy is down, how could you ta [...]

    5. Laura Steward on said:

      What is your what is another powerful book by Steve Olsher that provides invaluable questions that bring clarity to discover one s purpose completely and in a shorter time than from any other book of its kind that I have read Using a proven process from his work with his numerous clients, Steve outlines how he has helped so many learn what they are meant to be doing and how to be successful I highly recommend this book for anyone who is seeking greater clarity for their life Beware though, the [...]

    6. Sri Ratna Wulan on said:

      To procrastinate doing something I hate, I read books I am bored with always watching Korean TV Show, so I shifted to read a book I read this book It was hard because there were so many exercises and I need to read some section over and over But I didn t give up I was telling myself to finish this book so I can get the advantage from this book I chose the right way And after I finished it after reading everything carefully, I think I found what is my What It s completely opening my eyes He is ri [...]

    7. Sarah on said:

      Listened to this on audio Great exercises in the book to help find your what.

    8. Shawn Remfrey on said:

      Given the fact that I ve been an avid pursuer of life purpose since the beginning of my own life, I couldn t wait to pick up Steve s book and see what advice he had for me Though I ve learned a lot along my own personal path, Steve actually had a few tricks up his sleeve First, most of the concepts in this book are simple enough for most people to understand It s strongly recommended that you not sit and attempt to read the entire book at once Honestly, take one concept at a time and really mull [...]

    9. Susana Galvez on said:

      I won this book in a giveaway and I honestly did not think that I would like it as much as I did It goes step by step in helping the reader to dig deep and find whatever it is that they are good and happy doing It contains many exercises throughout the book that were easy to complete Some of them really made me look deep within and think about my life, which was not bad at all it was actually quite illuminating These exercises were very helpful At the beginning of the book, I was one of those pe [...]

    10. Ravencrantz on said:

      Eh, not really my style I thought I could use this to get back on my feet and actually do something with my life, but I really didn t learn much It was hard for me to get through, with small type and non fiction just not being my favorite genre, and made worse by a condescending tone The author and like a great person, so I doubt that s how he is in person so it saddens me that s how I felt the writing was like I think if I was users to reading nonfiction, I d have enjoyed this book I m trying [...]

    11. Rachel Blom on said:

      At times a bit to new age for my taste, but nevertheless a practical book on discovering your true passion in life Some ideas could have used a bit explaining and examples and stories, which were a bit lacking in the book I thought , but I appreciated the attempt at brevity of the book The seven life altering principles were solid advice, and the practical exercises were good and helpful The last chapter on actually using your what could be a book by itself, but that was okay since it was unde [...]

    12. Matt Soderstrum on said:

      A very interesting book that helps people find their purpose and passion It s goal is to help people discover the ONE amazing thing you were born to do I love the concept I found many of the exercises to be somewhat difficult It is quite a process if you go through everything very beneficial, but a process nonetheless There are LOTS of great things in this book and LOTS of great ideas I wholeheartedly agree that each one of us needs to figure out what we were created to do and then to do that fo [...]

    13. Hunter on said:

      This book has a heck of a lot of exercises, so took some time to work through in actual fact, it could take weeks or months to fully work the book My final findings on what my own what is, we re not particularly surprising to me which many of us find after spending some decades living with ourselves But the author had a fair few tricks up his sleeve for drilling out the whys sitting behind my what and I formed a much holistic understanding of my own drives, and areas to avoid Brilliant book, de [...]

    14. Janine Brouillette on said:

      Finding your what that helps you lead an authentic life is the main focus of this book Steve Olsher s book guides you step by step through this self discovery Part I of the book gives you the foundation and introduces you to the four stages of learning unconscious incompetence, conscious incompetence, conscious competence, and unconscious competence Part II of the book helps you to realize permanent and positive change The last section, Part III, focuses on becoming who and what you were born to [...]

    15. Carmen Grantham on said:

      A very actionable book where you have to stop, do some thinking and scribing just to get the ideas flowing.I already had a business idea before reading the book, and I m not sure if I was biased but looks as though it s a good fit Will have to get my plan together and start taking action

    16. Mary Miller on said:

      Was a dry read couldn t get through it all the way Not my style of writing I also tend to focus on the why then the what hard to separate them Think it s a good book for the right reader as the person who recommended it to me raved about it.

    17. Colleen Story on said:

      Similar to other books I ve read on this subject, but a good one, nonetheless A good way to zero in on your purpose, or to regroup when you re ready for a change in your life.

    18. Shad D Adair on said:

      Nice approach to self awarenessA good primer and prompter for those seeking to clarify life direction A beneficial guidefor someone starting or changing career.

    19. Louis on said:

      Just OK I don t feel there was a lot of new ideas, merely rehashing of ideas I ve heard before Was OK if looking for a pick me up and a variety of self motivating exercises.

    20. Goodthelife on said:

      Thought provoking Doesn t replace a coach that really pushes back and challenges you, but helped me define what I think makes me tick.

    21. Aya Mosleh on said:

      I spent an intersting time, reading this book good job.anks steve

    22. Michelle on said:

      Olsher takes you through some serious self reflection in this one Could this change your life I would say it s possible if you take it seriously and are committed.

    23. Monique on said:

      So glad I checked this out from the librarye basic idea was solid but nothing I haven t heard or read before.

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