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Kat’s book titles are always eye-catching. Subtitled The No BS Guide to Finding Your Purpose and Living with Passion and Flow!, I bought the book as soon as I saw it.
The book takes you through a step-by-step process to work out what is really important to you, what you really want and how to go about getting it.
“You were born with an inescapable need for more. “More of what?” you might ask. More of anything … more of everything!
A simple example – from the moment you first tasted sugar, you wanted more of it. The first time your grubby little hands found themselves unwrapping a new toy, your mind was being programmed for the idea of more.
When you grew old enough to understand trends, and your friends had cooler clothes, toys, or a better bike than you, your mind told you I want that! Then, you likely pestered your parents to get it for you.
As the years passed, you found yourself yearning for the right jeans, the perfect hairstyle, eventually the coolest car, and then the ultimate job.
Life is an eternal quest for more.
The bad news is you’re never going to have everything you possibly COULD. If you stop and look around, it’s always easy to spot someone whose life includes something yours doesn’t.
The good news is there is an endless potential for more. No matter how deliberately you craft your life, there is always something else out there you can chase after. If you stop and look around, it’s simple to spot new ideas for inspiration. It’s easy to find proof that if you REALLY want it, you can have anything, do anything, and be anyone.
So the big question is this –
“When are you going to stop fu*king around and figure out what you really want from life?”
Let’s get honest about who YOU are, and what you want –
For many people, being able to say ‘Yes, I did it!’ to the normal desires of schooling, a house, a mortgage, a job and a marriage, and maybe one or two other things, means they’ve reached the pinnacle of success. They’ve DONE it. They’ve met the world’s standards, and because they never stopped to consider if their own standards matched, they’re happy and content. Eventually, however, they’re not.
This can happen slowly, insidiously, like a festering wound that begins sometime in the mid-to-late twenties, or it can come on suddenly at any time and completely without warning as if a slap in the face.
Shit. Is this what my life boils down to?
And if that’s where you’re at right now, then good news. You’re not alone, and it’s not your fault.
It’s not wrong to want more. It doesn’t make you greedy, selfish, or a bad person. What it makes you, is a woman who is driven to live with passion, purpose and flow.
In Stop F&*king Around, And Figure Out What You Want From Life (The No BS Guide to Finding Your Purpose and Living with Passion and Flow!) I’ll help you to do exactly that. And we can start now. Grab your copy today gorgeous – it’s time to press play!“