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Praise for Every Single Day

Praise for Every Single Day

Every Single Day: A simple prescription for transformation.

More often than not, others can see what you cannot.

Here is a collection of blurbs about the upcoming “Every Single Day” book that hopefully will give other potential readers clarity into what it’s about.

We all see from different perspectives. It’s important to take into consideration the viewpoint of others so that you too can see from their eyes. — BTC

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  • This book saved me!
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    January 31, 2018
    Before reading this book I was ashamed of myself. For years I had called myself an artist but I knew the truth. I was only masquerading as one. I earned my bachelors degree in fine art and I spent years working hard to earn the title of artist. At one time I did deserve the title. But could I continue to call myself an artist when I stopped making artwork? The answer is no. I am not entirely sure what happened to me from the time I was in college until now, eight years later. There was a shift that took place in my mind during that time. I developed a fear of making artwork. I would always make excuses as to why I just couldn’t create. I was too tired, the dog needed a bath, I needed to do dishes, What was the point of painting anyway because no one would want to buy or look at my work etc. I have spent many years working dead end jobs just to pay bills. I never even allowed myself a chance at having a career because I would give up at the slightest failure or rejection. The few times I did really try, I won awards at competitions. I now have a two-year-old son. I have used him as an excuse to not make art for the past two years. I feel guilty that I put so much blame on my son. I have never resented him and his need for my love and attention. I actually have more “free” time then I knew was possible with a two-year-old. It is way less then I had before he was born but it is still there ready for use. Taking care of him was just a convenient excuse that is easily believed by most people. After reading this book, there is no going back. I have no choice. I make artwork every day and I am happy. I have only been doing it for a week but, I know there is no going back. I was miserable with guilt and now I am not. I was afraid to create and now I happy to learn once more. When I started to draw again I was really rusty but I got through it. I find time even though I take care of my son all day and I babysit my nephew for eight and a half hours a day. I have about an hour and a half drive time back and forth between work. I wrote this review in the hope that I could inspire someone else to change their life. Take the Every Single Day challenge. Read this book it just might change your life. — Paige
  • Dr. Joseph S. Maresca
    Amazon Reviewer HALL OF FAME
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Interesting Reading For Newbies and Experienced Idea Generators!

    “Every Single Day…” by Charbonneau is an important motivational tool which inspires readers to dream about doing something considerable while taking simultaneous action to reach meritorious goals. The author shows us how to get past “analysis paralysis” to actually start projects and see them through until completion.

    A theme of this book is to dream about doing something until the dream itself is internalized along with the willingness to progress toward goal completion in iterative steps taken each day. Readers will learn the importance of getting past inertia in order to begin complex tasks and progress toward a completion date with certainty.

    Everyone who moves toward a meritorious goal must first start, stumble, reassess and move ahead with a refined approach toward reaching the goals set forth at the outset. Very few, if any, tasks are completed with zero failure points or stumbles. A strong point of the book is that the author sets up readers for roadblocks which must be overcome as part of the learning process. The book could be labeled alternatively as “what it takes to succeed”!

  • Occasionally humorous.
    Frequently inspiring.
    And in all ways valuable.
    A great book for those contemplating embarking on a journey of change, improvement, and intentional growth. Charbonneau’s every man approach and aw-shucks humor delivers life-altering concepts and baby spoon servings. It isn’t until committing to reading a chapter or two a day that by the book’s end, you realized that you’ve already begun employing the principles. — Sabin Prentis
  • I just joined the ESD movement! I knew from chapter one that I would love this book! The author’s friendly style and sense of humor won me over immediately. The Every Single Day concept spoke to my heart and moved me along step by step. After years of trying to get in shape by walking a mile a day, failing to follow through, and adding one more defeat to my collection, I finally found the secret to reaching any my goals. Every Single Day. I can’t wait to try it for myself. I highly recommend this book to anyone who’s feeling bogged down in the struggle to reach their goals. — Ada Marie Cooper
  • Making success possible
    We already know that exemplary writing habits will change our success rate exponentially. This author reached the perpetual student, the broken heart of a mother, and the writer metaphorically, knocked face down in the dirt. I still had to spit out the mud and the grit, dust myself off and stand up. But it wasn’t fancy foot work or just a pep talk I got from this author. I got “tools”. I listened to the majority of this book on Kindle. That is what works for me sometimes. If you really want to change your writing and your life, I surprisingly recommended a book I almost didn’t read. What an I going to do next? Well, restart the book and I am going to be a card carrying ESD member-read the book. — copywriter_lady
  • Goodevening Mr Charbonneau, I am J_______ H______ from Guyana, South America. I just want to thank you for your inspiration. I am presently reading “Every Single Day” and I must say that this is the first book I have read that has me just glued to each word, sentence and chapter. I can relate to everything you say, so its like having a conversation with an old friend. Thank you. I have been inspired to go after my dreams and become a ESDer. Thank you. — direct via Facebook Messenger
  • I want the road ahead of me to be filled with better time management and action
    I am at a cross roads.. the road behind me was filled with procrastination and not getting things done.. I want the road ahead of me to be filled with better time management and action. This book was just what I needed to get on the right path. Without giving too much away.. I love the possible, impossible and REPOSSIBLE. — Julie Maddox
  • This book is a great start for anyone wanting to get off their butt and start working towards their dream. After reading it I’ve not only caught myself looking forward to writing everyday but find it hard to stop. My husband as even notice a change in my mood. I’m happier and more motivated than ever. — Felicia
  • A very good “how-to” book for change, inspiration, and getting past procrastination
    This author has provided an excellent “how to” book, to move past procrastination, and getting past fear – teaching the reader how things made habitual can result in transformational success. This book could be a really important read for the new, young person looking to “start” his life journey, or switch directions after a rocky start. His writing is humorous, friendly, and engaging. I have bought two copies – one for both of my adult children. — Robert Enzenauer
  • Procrastination: No. Act: Yes!
    What better moment of the year to write a review on Every Single Day than ….New years eve! The book confirms that making plans and having resolutions doesn’t work, especially new years resolutions:) I guess I knew that already, but it’s good to have it repeated. Resolutions only seem to make you procrastinate more somehow. This book shows how to deal with all those steps in between plans, dreams and actually DOING something, acting upon those dreams and getting off your but. Bradley did all these things, he had dreams, he procrastinated and step by step, day by day, he finally came into action and started writing. I hope to read more from him in the future! — emed
  • “I love how you handle deep subjects in such a light-hearted way.” — Kay Bolden, Author
  • It was a bit of an easy read for me as the overarching topic is behaivoral change – I do like the way you put it and I’m pretty sure it’s by far more helpful for many people than the science-based, dry-as-hell 400+pager you find in the book stores these days.Lived experience can be fantastic driver for helping others on the path of doing things they always wanted to do but never got started for whatever reason. But it can also be a “dead end” because you are always at risk that the lived experience is so individual that the reader can’t really follow the motivation and argumentation of the author. You manage this fine line incredibly well. — Dr. M.Z. (in the behavioral change medical field)
  • Every Single Day is a way of life for me with my meditation “habit” … which was partly inspired by Bradley’s ESD writing habit! This book tells a story of one person’s struggle to keep his dream dead and buried. Yet, no matter how hard he tried the darned dream just wouldn’t stay in the ground! Saved by a friend’s challenge to do a 30 day experiment to write every single day, the author begins to claw his way out of the darkness encountering a multitude of unexpected side effects. Foreign emotions like pride, desire, joy and anticipation start happening because of one simple daily commitment.He calls it ESD, a simple prescription for transformation. I’ve seen much of that transformation and know that every single word he wrote in this book was written because he wants you to have what he now has!How he did it, why he did it, and steps for becoming an ESD’er too are written into this easy to read book. Best $3 you’ll ever spend! — Adwynna MacKenzie
  • A passionate, warmhearted, inspirational book on how to follow your dreams. The author Bradley Charbonneau writes from his own experience, that’s what makes the book honest and motivational. Stop hiding, stop procrastinating, stop settle, and start doing, going for that dream. Act one day at a time, a little step Every Single Day. — Rosa Frei
  • “Bradley shares the painful emotional costs of deferring one’s dreams and the exuberant liberation of moving beyond fear and procrastination one day at a time. He communicates his joy and relief to finally be doing what he’d avoided for so long and his sincere desire to share what he’s learned to help others get beyond their greatest obstacle: themselves. He doesn’t sugarcoat the effort, patience and sometimes inordinate persistence it can take to follow one’s dreams or the enormous personal rewards of being true to one’s best self.” — Susan Manning
  • Loved this book. After reading first few chapters I decided to commit to writing something everyday for 30 days and publishing it as a blog. Found the benefits not limited to the idea of developing a habit and improving whatever it is you’ve chosen to do ‘every single day’ – The fact that you are achieving it does wonders for your sense of self worth and that’s worth so much. This is an easy book to read. You don’t get bogged down in details and it gives solid insights and encouragement in bite size chunks. — Simon, via Amazon
  • If you have already achieved all your dreams in life (and who the hell are you?), Bradley Charbonneau’s new book, Every Single Day: A simple prescription for transformation, is not for you. But if you haven’t, and whether or not you are able to wrap your mind around the ESD adventure, there are concepts in this book that will move you in the right direction. That is, the direction of a more authentic “you.” Meanwhile, just read this book to laugh, because Bradley’s sense of humor is consistently entertaining. He lays his own life and dreams on a high table, at eye level, spreads out the pieces of it, and invites us to re-examine our own aspirations. — Elise Miller
  • A Game Changer. “I’ll admit that I struggle to keep New Year’s resolutions a lot of the time. The few times that I have succeeded? It’s because I was consistent. That’s why I absolutely loved Every Single Day. Bradley Charbonneau shows you the power of doing something every single day and how it can totally transform your life. I felt empowered by his message, but loved that I didn’t have to be totally overwhelmed by the thought of committing a ton of time to that thing I’m doing every single day. Even a few minutes can make a big difference! I’m already following through on a goal I’ve set for myself, and I look forward to updating my review with the details of how Mr. Charbonneau’s message has helped me make a big change in my life.” — Dr. Beth Brombosz
  • I am a big fan of Self-Help books. I have always been drawn to books on how to focus my goals and manage my time. The best of such books instruct, inspire, and entertain. Bradley Charbonneau’s EVERY SINGLE DAY is such a book. It is written with energy, conviction, and good sense. In a lively and readable style, Bradley’s book shows us how to eliminate the drift in our lives and become what we really want to be. It truly is “a prescription for transformation.” —Robert Archer
  • Inspirational! Can’t wait to share! I loved Every Single Day! Bradley wrote it in such an easy to read, light hearted, yet thought provoking way. You feel inspired, and challenged to be the person you want, and are meant to become. I inspire people in my career to change their lives through health, and fitness. I work with people who cannot see past their current situation. Yet, they want to become more than who they are today. This book is a tool I will use to help reach my clients. And a Christmas present for some friends too! Thank you Bradley. Fantastic! — Tracy Gannaway
  • “Bradley Charbonneau inspires me: some years ago, he decided to kick his excuses to the curb and pursue his writing dreams. He committed to writing every single day. He has written for more than 1,000 days now, he posts too, and the “every single day” has become a practical mantra worth repeating for anyone with dreams hidden in the attic, cellar or heart. He has gathered his best work in this wonderful, conversational book. Bradley writes the way he speaks, with warmth, passion and possibility. He is living proof that a little every single day takes you a long way. I look forward to having this book help me do That Thing, Every. Single. Day. What about you. What would you do, every single day, if you knew it would bring you up close with you dream?” — Amazon Reviewer
  • Bradley is an inspiration and a leader. He reminds each of us that we too can become consistent and unstoppable. — Deanne Welsh
  • Love how easy it is to read. Many short, interesting ideas. There’s no magic pill, we just need to put in the effort. Every. Single. Day. This book is a great help to do exactly that. We all have days when it’s hard to keep doing what we know is the best for us. And it’s so important to stick with it even when it’s hard. Great book! — Jonas S.
  • I know Bradley for 30 years now, his book just reflects what a great, authentic human being he is, there is no “make up” in this, but a very earnest sharing by someone who has found his destiny and a way to achieve it, just fabulous the structure, gradual development, spirit, creativity, guidance, direct discourse and straight forward language. I truly enjoyed the “journey” from push back to the landing and just inhaled his work. — Bandaluse (via Amazon)
  • The title of this book alone is worth a lot. If we really want to change something in our lives, we need to change something we do daily. This book explains beautifully why this is true and gives great advice on how to rock it. Definitely, recommend checking it out. It’s a short and easy read. — nils (via Amazon)
  • I love its efficiency and where it takes me. “A crucial book for our ages in all respects! Compelling ideas and thought-provocation distilled to essense. Pearls galore for new ways to consider our lives, time in space. A ‘navigational’ tool of a ‘quantum’ order. I love its efficiency and where it takes me. This will put the jet under your heels! Be sure to pass this “prescription” around to share the ‘high’ in thought and deed that may follow! Thanks Mr. Charbonneau.” — Cathy Cohn, Nutritionist
  • “It’s lively and practical. I wish I had read his advice on how to focus one’s life fifty years ago.  Oh well, tomorrow is the first day of the rest of my life, as the cliché goes.” — Bob Archer, former high school English teacher
  • “I have read the Possible, Impossible and Repossible chapter, like, 10 times. I am feeling pretty sure that’s it’s talking to me and it’s for me to figure it out. It feels like a clue, a hint, a hunt, a push to make a mental leap I have not yet made as a business owner. Okay. Done. For now. :-)” — K. Desmond
  • An easy read with short chapters to keep you focused on what you learned. Bradley takes us through why and how to be productive. I don’t know about you but I usually have lots of excuses why I can’t find the time to do something. But Bradley has helped me overcome some of those and I am working on others.It’s a great read and after reading you will feel purposeful and ready to do the best you can.
    Thanks Bradley for a great book. — Janis Cox
  • “So it’s 10k hours and the journey not the destination all wrapped into one.” — Jon Fox
  • “Reading Bradley’s new book I came across the line: ‘If you are struggling to find your passion, think about what gives you energy.’ It just hit me, so clear so easy, typical for his writing. Bradley invites you to become (again) curious about yourself … ” — Hermann Baltes
  • “Truly enjoyed the book, especially the conversational style. I have found considerable inspiration over the last few years to do things I’ve wanted to do but simply hadn’t gotten around to – for years and years. So much easier to not do things, right!?” — S. Stern
  • ” … maybe just saying to myself “if not now, when?” Not sure, all I know is I put one foot in front of the other at staggered times and started doing a little something every single day toward all of those goals.”– S. Stern
  • “Bradley has a way of pulling readers into a story that’s quite unique. His tale of writing every single day provides encouragement for writers who are facing the mountain, so to speak. It’s not an impossible feat, his book allows you to take the idea of writing every single day and turn it into a reality.” — Angela J. Ford
  • I just got on the wrong side of 50 this past summer and in my experience, it’s *so* much more important what is done consistently rather than once in a while. Just the simple of act of a daily practice allows for compound improvements. To paraphrase Warren Buffet: “The two most important forces in the universe are love … and compound interest.”  :-)By adopting a daily practice for (insert good habit here) just as the author has, then the result is daily improvement (even if doesn’t feel that way when you’re in the middle of it all). Just improve a bit, say 1%, then that compounds mightily and means you’ll double every 72 days. Building up small habits and incremental improvements results in gigantic results.I guess I learned that Rome wasn’t built in a day, but day by day. Bit by bit. Love this author and this book made and is making a huge impact on my life and the lives of my family, friends, and colleagues around me by osmosis. Thanks! — Richard Robinson, Entrepreneur in China
  • “Here’s the story of a man who went from being discouraged to being (and I’m quoting here) a “full-of-energy awesome beast of an unstoppable, rocket-powered, fantastically talented creature.” It’s way inspiring. But even better, it’s instructive, because after reading Every Single Day you, too, will understand how to transform yourself into an awesome, unstoppable, fantastically talented creature. Spoiler alert: It’s actually not that hard to do.”  — Laurie McAndish King, author, Your Crocodile has Arrived: More True Stories from a Curious Traveler
  • “Bradley writes of what he knows. He has walked this path, the good and the bad. He never claims that hard things are not hard, but instead he builds a defendable case that they are worthwhile. And armed with the bruises and scars Bradley collected as he came to live his dream, he lights a path that you can choose to walk down to refine and achieve your own dormant dreams. I chose to pursue mine. I hope you will too.” — Ray Simon
  • “His stubbornness, his consistency … he shares his pain and how he escapes it.” — Hermann Baltes
  • “If you’re ready to live your dream (as compared with simply dreaming your dream), this book will help you do it. Charbonneau offers solid advice for everything from reimagining what’s possible to sidestepping procrastination, from a surprising new take on practice to learning how to force the flow state. He includes tips from a wide variety of wise–and productive–people including Yo-Yo Ma, T. S. Eliot, and Malcolm Forbes, as well as juicy sections on topics like “The Only Productivity Tip You’ll Ever Need” and “The $23,135 Recurring Passive Income Post.” — Laurie McAndish King, author, Your Crocodile has Arrived: More True Stories from a Curious Traveler
  • “You woke something up in my system.” — Hermann Baltes

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Bradley

I don't like to call them excuses. They're priorities. With a handful of exceptions, we usually have a choice in our actions. They just need to be prioritized.

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