Manikanta1's review of: I Could Do Anything if I Only Knew What It Was: How to Discover What You Really Want and How to Get It
I Could do Anything if I Only Knew what it Was provides practical common sense guide for determining what career you should decide on. In other words it helps you discover what makes you want to jump out of bed in the morning. It is very well written and has many great chapters about what may be holding you back from realizing your full potential. The woman who wrote this really knew exactly what she was doing. Take her advice, which is specific and goal oriented. Her exercises are difficult but they help solve dilemmas in finding direction in life. The book is informative, refreshing and extremely useful. There are many rich topics for anyone who isn't sure what he/she wants to be when he/she grows up! Some of the topics are: What are you suppose to be doing? Fear of Success: Leaving the Ones You Love Behind, I Want too Many Things, I'm all over the Map, Help! I'm not Ready to be Born Yet, How to Live an Extraordinary Life and much more. Ms. Sher takes you through a series of exercises to help you identify your current state of mind, what might be holding you back from pursuing your true ambitions, and how to combat that fear. All of Barbara Sher's books are an excellent vehicle for stimulating change, but many people will need a life coach to move through the change process.