We’ve all been there: Drifting.
You wake up one morning and realize you’re years down the road and miles from where you want to be. Maybe you’ve reached some of your goals, but other elements of life are about to derail. Maybe you’ve put so much time and energy into one specific thing that every other area is gasping for air.
It’s easy to let life push you into a corner, but you don’t have to stay there. In the words of author Michael Hyatt, “Don’t just drift through your days. Design a life you love.”Don't just drift through your days. Design a life you love. @MichaelHyatt Click To Tweet
My husband, Matt, and I are currently working our way through Living Forward by Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy. This 3-part book helps you understand the traps and tendencies of living without a roadmap, walks you through four steps to create a plan, and then gives advice and personal examples of how to implement it.
I’ve been a fan of Michael Hyatt since hearing him speak at the Colorado Christian Writer’s Conference in 2012. Covering topics from writing and publishing to living the life you love, this former chairman and CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishing consistently pours out from personal experience and his relationship with Jesus.
Founder of Building Champions, Dan Harkavy is a respected voice, coach, and mentor to business leaders around the world. He and his team have helped thousands of clients implement the plan in Living Forward. For over 25 years Daniel has influenced others to believe: “tomorrow we can be better than who we are today.”
- First, I appreciate the vulnerability with which Michael and Daniel have written this book. Personal stories of failure and success are given with every point made or advice given. These concrete examples help solidify the concepts.
- Often, asking the right question opens hidden doors. Living Forward helps you ask these without condemnation or assumption.
- Living Forward also helps bring your priorities to the top and assists you in understanding why certain activities and relationships bring joy and energy, while others seem to drain you.
- This simple process encourages you to dig deep and gives permission to do what you’ve always dreamed.
- Finally, Living Forward takes a very complex, intimidating subject — creating a Life Plan — and breaks it down into thoughtful, workable steps.
- 203 pages.
- Kindle, hardcover, paperback, and audible.
- Free Workbook (at the time of this writing). $47 value.
- More bonuses if buying 10+ books.