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Hilda Fainsod
Hilda Fainsod
2024-06-21
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Simplicity "One: Define Your Year in One Word" is a book about finding clarity, focus, and purpose. I can recognize the power of something simple and meaningful to recall, express, and live by that purpose.It's designed like drafting a complete book, from beginning to end, but with one word.I love the reflections and the idea of a book with a title, subtitle, chapters, cover, etc.I also liked the focus on A to B, from the present to the future, where you involve the mind, heart, and gut on different levels.The book provides practical advice on integrating the word into your daily life with reminders, visual cues, and habits that reinforce its significance.The concept sets a frame of mind where you focus your attention and energy on a simple but powerful word that directs your focus and behaviors to where you define it.
TRAY MEAD
TRAY MEAD
2024-06-20
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ONE AND DONE Write a mini-life story for you in one word. Write a mini-book about your one word. This is an interesting way to map the future. I recommend this book.
Alex
Alex
2024-06-18
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Worth the read. This book inspires readers to get the job done in one day. Interesting approach that left remarkable insights. The book itself was a quick read and straight the point. I think this book would really be well complemented by the author's workshop.
Daniel Underwood
Daniel Underwood
2024-06-18
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Interesting angel Interesting angel on how to write a book
Jane L
Jane L
2024-06-09
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A great idea. This is a really motivating, upbeat read. I like the energy behind it and as someone who also can tend to have a lot of ideas but not necessarily execute any of them, them, focus on "focus" and simplifying things was really helpful. Like the author quoted Steve Jobs, "simple is sometimes harder than complicated" but absolutely worthwhile.
Mike Carter
Mike Carter
2024-06-08
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Interesting concept with self-inquiry Interesting concept with self-inquiry. It's easy to read, but I deducted one star because the mix of book writing and the one-word focus can be confusing at times. Having quotes at the start of the book was good start.
Benjamin Gagnon
Benjamin Gagnon
2024-06-02
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A Practical Guide to Focus and Clarity This book was a game-changer for organizing my thoughts and setting a clear path for the year ahead. The concept of choosing one guiding word really helped me focus on what I wanted to achieve. I enjoyed the exercises that pushed me to think deeply and align my goals with my values. By the end, I felt more motivated and had a concrete plan to follow.
Emilee
Emilee
2024-05-31
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Unique experiment This book has some great info! It mentions your “future self” which I love ! Taking action today for your future self. It feels like an experiment and someone needed to do it
Jennell
Jennell
2024-05-29
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Great concept! This is an interesting concept wrapped but it feels scattered. The concept of having a conversation with your future self to discover your word is a creative exercise that could be quite helpful,What Fell Short-The book seems to get bogged down in the idea of also writing a book about your one-word journey. While this may be interesting to some, it took away from the core strength - finding your word.Overall, If you're simply looking for guidance on finding your one-word focus for the year, this book might offer some interesting ideas. For those intrigued by the one-word concept, I would suggest skimming the book to glean those sections and then focusing on introspection to find your own powerful word.
Katherine M Larson
Katherine M Larson
2024-04-04
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Take your vision board to the next level! Great addition to vision boarding and your word of the year. Easy, step-by-step instructions with examples and quick to read for busy professionals.

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