It’s a book a friend and favorite author of mine, (The Way of the Peaceful Warrior, , etc.), recommended to me. I’ve always admired Dan and his work for his ability to blend East and West with an ultimate focus on ACTION. And, now I know why he recommended this book to me: it’s an incredible manual on how to master ourselves and learn to take consistent, impeccable action.
And, as a result, craft our ideal life. Or, as says so poetically: “Our behavior is controllable in a way that our feelings are not. There is a very special satisfaction for the Artist of Living who works within life’s limits to produce a fine self-portrait. The more control we develop over our actions, the more chance we have of producing a self we can be proud of.”
I have no doubt you’ll enjoy this book. It’s a quick read—only 120 pages—and I’m excited to share some of my favorite Big Ideas with you now!
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