Persistent action follows commitment – that is, you first must be committed to something before you’ll persist to achieve it.Jeff Keller
This book is divided into 3 parts:
- Success begins in the mind
- Watch your words
- Heavens help those who act.
Throughout this book the author strains about the importance of one’s attitude and thoughts. One with a positive outlook will always find a way to pass through any tough situations. With a positive attitude add a little bit of persistence, then no one can stop you.
Your attitude is your window to the world.Jeff Keller
Have you ever felt attached to certain quotes? Well, the above quote is one such quote for me. The author gave some really in depth meaning for this quote and it made me realize the importance of attitude. I didn’t realize how my thoughts have affected so much!
The words you say, the thoughts you have subconsciously and call to action plays a very major role in achieving success. Now the next part is action. Starting from being with positive people to confronting your fears. All these points are explained elaborately with some amazing case studies.
This is one of the very few books which affected me in a good way. It made me see my behaviors objectively. And I will definitely recommend this book to everyone, especially if you’re a beginning to read nonfiction.
- Keep a positive front.
- Mind your thoughts.
- Watch your words.
- Connect with positive people.
- Be determined and subconsciously visualize your success.
- Confront your fears.
Have you ever read this book? If yes, What are your thoughts? If no, who is your favorite author?