About The Book
I thought of this book as an ultra comprehensive guide to lens setup.
It’s no longer necessary to demonstrate today. Having goals is essential to progress, to get out of your comfort zone and challenge yourself. But it is still required to have the right methods. To want is not enough. The more work an objective requires, the more preparation it will need.
We sometimes tend to neglect preparation before action; here is what Abraham Lincoln said:
“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.”
Knowing how to prepare well for a project that is going to take time and energy is paramount. That’s why I’ve designed a series of simple and practical exercises to help you see more clearly.
The book is divided into three parts.
The first part will teach you how to lay the foundations for setting up your goal.
The second part discusses the 13 powers that will lead you to success.
And the last part is devoted to constructing the goal itself thanks to a modified and optimized version of the S.M.A.R.T. model.
I wanted this ebook to be a practical and fun guide with lots of exercises to clarify your objectives.
PART 1: Lay The Foundation
Chapter 01 – Dreaming is not enough!
Chapter 02 – Motivation & Determination
Chapter 03 – Are you coherent?
Chapter 04 – Have a healthy environment
Chapter 05 – You are the solution
PART 2: The 13 Powers
Chapter 06 – The Power of Values
Chapter 07 – The Power of Why
Chapter 08 – The Power of Know-How
Chapter 09 – The Power of Sacrifice
Chapter 10 – The Power of Fun
Chapter 14 – The Power of Celebration
Chapter 15 – The Power of Progress
Chapter 16 – The Power of Flexibility
Chapter 17 – The Power of Focus
Chapter 18 – The Power of Action
PART 3: Building your Goal
Chapter 19 – Specific : Having a Clear Vision
Chapter 20 – Measurable : How far along are you?
Chapter 21 – Ambitious : Think Big!
Chapter 22 – Realistic : Being Pragmatic
Chapter 23 – Time-bound : Your time is precious
Chapter 24 – Case Study : Writing a novel
Chapter 25 – Conclusion