Living Foward by Michael Hyatt & Daniel Harkavy
BreadBox Rating - 8.75 out of 10
Number of pages - 208
Summary - Living Forward is a life-planning guide unlike any other. It walks you through, step-by-step, how to stop drifting and finally get the life you want.
Breadbox Review - A crucial theme of Living Forward revolves around drifting. Do you ever feel like you end up in an unwanted place in life? If so, you've drifted. Living Forward is the solution to drifting. Instead of life happening to you, this book teaches how to have you happen to life.
Hyatt & Harkavy bring years of life-coaching experience into Living Forward. In a combined effort, they make a compelling case of why you should follow a life plan. Before you follow one, however, you have to write one. Have no fear. From start to finish, Living Forward is filled with easy steps and crystal clear examples of how to construct your life plan.
On a personal note, this book breathed life into my life plan. Before I read Living Forward I wrote a messy and unorganized life plan. Living Forward changed that. Thanks to Hyatt & Harkavy's teaching, my plan now looks pretty sharp. I'm now living life with intention. I'm no longer drifting.
- "The people who have achieved greatness are not just lucky. They created and executed a plan. . . . In Living Forward, Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy show you how to develop and utilize a clear and compelling Life Plan to create the life you want."
― Tony Robbins, New York Times bestselling author; CEO, Anthony Robbins Companies
- "In this one-of-a-kind book, Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy explain exactly how to create a Life Plan. It will equip you to live your life on purpose, achieving what matters most in every aspect of your life."
― John C. Maxwell, New York Times bestselling author; founder, The John Maxwell Company
- "Here is an extremely practical and undeniably necessary guide for any adult who has drifted from how they thought life should be lived. I have benefited from this approach in my own life, but I need to be reminded again and again and again."
― Patrick Lencioni, president, The Table Group; author, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team and The Advantage