What Matters Most: The Power of Living Your Values

What Matters Most: The Power of Living Your Values

What Matters Most The Power of Living Your Values In What Matters Most bestselling author Hyrum W Smith explains why so many people feel something is missing from their lives because of conflicts between actions and personal values Through compellin

  • Title: What Matters Most: The Power of Living Your Values
  • Author: Hyrum W. Smith Kenneth H. Blanchard
  • ISBN: 9780684872575
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Paperback
  • In What Matters Most, bestselling author Hyrum W Smith explains why so many people feel something is missing from their lives because of conflicts between actions and personal values Through compelling examples from others and from his own extensive experience, Smith outlines a simple but powerful formula to help you identify your own values and live them to the fullest.In What Matters Most, bestselling author Hyrum W Smith explains why so many people feel something is missing from their lives because of conflicts between actions and personal values Through compelling examples from others and from his own extensive experience, Smith outlines a simple but powerful formula to help you identify your own values and live them to the fullest This strategy consists of three valuable steps Discover what matters most to you Make a plan Act on that plan By incorporating Smith s strategy into your life, you will not only re embrace your values but you will make them your priority What Matters Most is an indispensable and timely guide to living a truly fulfilling life and becoming the person you always wanted to be.

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    "People without a vision have no interest in seeing the sun come up the next day. But people "with" vision experience what Churchill experienced. They can't wait, and as soon as that sun comes up, they are out of bed. They have energy. They have excitement. They have a plan. They have vision. They know exactly where they are going and how they are going to get there." ~ Hyrum W. Smith, "What Matters Most", p. 36, para 2.The title of this book was very well chosen, as that is what is truly the to [...]

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    This is a pretty good book but it seem to be mostly the same stuff from 10 Natural Laws of Successful Time and Life Management. It's good stuff, but I did read it already in the other book.The particular reason I wanted this book was because the library got rid of the other one. I wanted to revisit the exercise about figuring out your values, and I was hoping this book would have it, too, but despite the large overlap, it had very little on that. Either I'm misremembering how awesome the values [...]

    The ideas in this book are ok, but hardly offer anything new. For those looking for good introductions to time-management principles I would recommend reading Stephen Covey and David Allen. If you have read these, Smith will not bring much new stuff to the table.Basically the material is good, but at some point he goes over the top with his can-do attitude. I dislike his use of "natural laws" instead of "principles". Smith also seems to think people are able to change their behavior as soon as t [...]

    The first time I read this book was when it was originally released. Applying its principles and practices to my life in 2001 helped me achieve what I look back on as one of the times when I was at my peak in life. Relearning these lessons now will help me scale even higher mountains of inner peace. The book is useful in identifying roles, governing values, personal mission and using these to achieve your targets in life.

    I found this book in a bargain bin for $2, and was intrigued by the title. I wasn't sure how much to expect from a $2 book, but actually learned a great deal that has helped me examine what truly matters in my life, and making sure I am using my time for those things. Some of the book was a little redunandt, but still a thought-provoking read.

    Powerful book. As good as any personal development book I have read. Very easy book to read with a lot of inspiring stories. I like how he teaches to find firstly pinpoint your roles, governing values and mission statement before setting goals. Smith comes off as very genuine and wise throughout the book and seems like a truly likeable character. Certainly deserves a better rating than 3.88.

    I think I've slept through this twice now. recently on the long flight from San Francisco to Singapore and the week after I got home and tried to recover from jetlag. Maybe the third time I will actually learn how to set goals and accomplish something.

    2nd time I've read it and I was not as impressed with it this time. Still a good book but it did not blow my mind.

    Another good book on priorities by the founders of Franklin/Covey. The material especially examples are a bit dated but a good book on focusing your priorities

    Smith's approach to the belief window does match the Paradigm approach of Covey, but I still prefer Covey over this.

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