Roy is back with us to share just a couple of the first tips in his new self-help book Think Smart Not Hard. Enjoy the great advice!
Life’s too short to left fear crush your awesome life or let the wrong mindset kill your dreams and smother that amazing relationship you’ve always wanted. Stop the nonsense now.
If you’re happy and fulfilled with your life, fabulous. But for most people, there’s usually one or more parts of their lives they want to improve, and that’s why I wrote Think Smart Not Hard. I won’t go into all 52 principles here, but I do want to hash out a few.
The first principle in Think Smart Not Hard is to forgive those who don’t deserve it. It’s key to developing the right mindset. It’s hard, but rewarding. As I say in the book. You’re not doing it for them. You’re doing it for you, to eliminate the dead weight that’s been dragging you down, not to forget, but to break free from the shackles that have enslaved you.
The second principle is to accept responsibility. Most people never get past this point. Instead of being proactive, they allow their past and current obstacles to paralyze their present and hide life’s opportunities. Once you accept responsibility, you’re free from the anger that’s kept you from turning life’s failures into learning opportunities for explosive growth.
This is where things get exciting. The next set of principles show you how to create a high octane plan with clear milestones that work together in all areas of one’s life. Since most people claim they don’t have enough time, I destroy that myth with a blueprint on how to multiply your time instead of spinning life’s endless hamster wheel.
What I mentioned here is just the tip of the iceberg. I’ve packed the book with personal history of my own colossal mistakes along with the tools I used to overcome those disasters. If you’re reading to take action in your life, grab a copy of Think Smart Not Hard and start taking notes. Your ideal life is yours for the taking.
- Roy Huff is a research Scientist by day and an author by night. The author of The Everville Series and Think Smart Not Hard. Learn more about his books on Amazon