Feel you're not getting anywhere? Putting off what matters most because you’re too busy? Know you have talent and intelligence you're not using?
Translated into 12 languages and in its 19th printing in the UK, Your Best Year Yet! is considered the source book for personal transformation and planning that has motivated and inspired people for over 17 years. This system has helped over a million people to stop thinking about what they want – and start making things happen.
Just imagine:Having more moneyFeeling and looking betterEnjoying fulfilling relationshipsDoing more of what matters to youHaving meaning in your lifeFinding spiritual inspirationYou already have what it takes to achieve the results you’ve always wanted. Here’s the missing piece that helps you put that talent to work in way that’s simple, fun, and practical. Life goes too quickly to waste – start today to make the next 12 months Your Best Year Yet!
“Ditzler masterfully guides you from thought to action, and inspires you to start actualizing your heart’s desires this year.” —John Gray, author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus
“Enhances the quality of thinking needed to select important goals. It enables us to make choices that ensure personal satisfaction and success in the real world.” —D. A. Benton, author of How to Think Like a CEO
“Using Best Year Yet helped us helped us achieve results that were truly incredible - it made a huge difference in the outcome of our expedition." —Erik Weihenmayer, first blind climber to summit Mount Everest and author of Touch the Top of the World and The Adversity Advantage
“Your Best Year Yet! is an excellent guide to setting and accomplishing goals for personal and professional success originated in workshops the author has been teaching for 25 years. Ditzler offers a clear, concise and thorough "framework" for defining values, identifying important roles and prioritizing and focusing energy where it will make the most difference to you.” —Publishers Weekly
Originally published in the U.K. in 1994, this excellent guide to setting and accomplishing goals for personal and professional success originated in workshops the author has been teaching for 25 years. Ditzler offers a clear, concise and thorough "framework" for defining values, identifying important roles and prioritizing and focusing energy where it "will make the most difference to you." Beginning with an annual life review, she moves on through learning from the past, changing "limiting paradigms" to "empowering" ones, setting "value-driven goals" and being your own personal coach. Through a series of questions, Ditzler creates numerous writing and list-making projects designed to uncover an overall life "vision" or "mission," and to "focus your power in a laserlike way" to accomplish "little steps" that will lead toward it. While goal setting and planning for daily, weekly and yearly objectives is now typical in both personal and professional self-help projects, Ditzler offers a deep understanding of some of the internal and external obstacles to the reaching of these goals, and provides commonsense advice for overcoming those obstacles. She also suggests that some frequently made and unmet goals (ideal weight, for example) should be abandoned, to be replaced by others that are fresher and more healthy and realistic. With New Year's Day and its attendant resolutions approaching fast, readers may take to this title in an exuberant way.