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Upscaling Life: A Pragmatist’s Guide to Setting and Achieving Personal Goals - cover

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Upscaling Life: A Pragmatist’s Guide to Setting and Achieving Personal Goals

Bert Bakker

Publisher: Bert Bakker

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Summary

In Upscaling Life you will learn how to create a life plan and set personal goals the right way. The author developed a model for personal development based on highly successful growth models and strategies for the business world. 
 
And every reader receives these downloadable growth models for FREE with every copy purchased. 
 
The book explains the model for personal development in a clear, structured and practical way. Everyone at any point in their life can use these models, strategies and tips for self-growth. 
 
Scientific studies are described to explain why setting personal goals work. And positive psychology concepts are used to tie it all together. This combined with tips & tricks on how to improve your journey towards goal success guarantees that you will find some elements to help you reach the life you envision. 
 
 
By setting goals, we create a roadmap of toward where we want to go, and we discover the right way to get there. French philosophical giant Michel Foucault once said: 
 
"I don't feel that it is necessary to know exactly what I am. The main interest in life and work is to become someone else that you were not in the beginning."

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