Time Warrior

by Steve Chandler | Maurice Basset © 2011 · 220 pages

Are you looking for a way to “defeat procrastination, people-pleasing, self-doubt, over- commitment, broken promises and chaos.” Then this books for you. In the Note, we’ll have some fun checking out how to become a time warrior. Big Ideas include learning how to end overwhelm by doing one thing at a time, the power of taking decisive action and how to focus like a sci-fi laser beam! :)

The best gift you can give others (even better than the highly overrated “empathy”) is to have your own life work.
Steve Chandler

“All fear comes from picturing the future. Putting things off increases that fear. Soon we are nothing but heavy minds weighing down on weary brains. Too much future will do that.

Only a warrior’s approach will solve this.

A warrior takes his sword to the future. A warrior also takes his sword to all circumstances that don’t allow him to fully focus.”

~ Steve Chandler from Time Warrior

As I said in the intro to my Note on Steve Chandler’s great book 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself, I’m not sure how I found Steve and his work, but I’m glad I did.

And, since publishing that Note, I’ve gotten to know Steve’s publisher, Maurice Basset, who was generous enough to send me a case of his new book: Time Warrior.

If you’re into short and sweet, no-nonsense writing then I think you’ll love this book as much as I did. It was one of those “read it in a day” treats that kicks you in the creative butt and ups your game a notch or three.

Highly recommend it. (Get it on Amazon here.)

For now, let’s have some fun with a few of my favorite Big Ideas, shall we? :)

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Steve Chandler

Helps people transform lives and businesses