26.2 Ways to Do It Now: Life Lessons for Happiness and Success
Life is a marathon, not a sprint. A lot of people who look good in terms of grades, college acceptances, and internships at age 18 or 19 eventually hit a “wall” – like a marathoner who begins to struggle at Mile 20 – and then they are not in good condition once they reach their late twenties and beyond. To extend the metaphor, in both life and running, your daily course is rarely perfect or ideal. However, you can challenge yourself every day when you step up to the starting line.
Thomas Brooks provides concrete advice for those of any age, delivered thru 26.2 chapters that can each stand on their own as part of the roadmap to hard-earned triumphs that delight your soul.
26.2 Ways to Do It Now provides potent encouragement and clear guidance to anyone seeking personal and professional improvement. In addition to compelling true stories from his own life, Brooks provides quotes and examples of the principles in action in the lives of famous individuals that you will recognize. Apply these 26.2 keys to your own life and access the treasures of sustainable happiness and success that await you at the finish line.