Go For Stupid: The Art of Achieving Ridiculous Goals (English)

Go For Stupid: The Art of Achieving Ridiculous Goals (English)

Author : Steve D. Sims

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Rs. 399.00
Classification Self Help
Pub Date June 2023
Imprint Manjul Publishing House
Page Extent 188
Binding Paperback
Language English
ISBN 9789355433152
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Rs. 399.00
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About the Book

WHAT WOULD YOU ACHIEVE IF YOU WEREN'T AFRAID OF BEING LAUGHED AT?
In the age of "gotcha" culture, people are terrified to do anything that might be laughed at. Steve Sims is the exact opposite.
In Go For Stupid: The Art of Achieving Ridiculous Goals, Steve teaches you how to ignore what everyone else thinks and go for big, stupid, ridiculous goals. From organizing a private dinner in front of Michelangelo's David to securing a tour of SpaceX led by Elon Musk himself, his accomplishments always start with the same questions: How far can I take this? What would make this a stupid achievement? Steve examines famously stupid goals in history, the key habits of successful people, and lessons from his own career to help you let go of your fear and get out of your own way.
If you do something amazing, you will be ridiculed until you are revered. Stop overthinking and go for ridiculous, stupid goals. Once you "go for stupid," you open the door to the life you always dreamed about.

About the Author(s)

For more than two decades, STEVE SIMS was the go-to contact for the wealthiest people on the planet. As the founder of the world's leading experiential concierge firm, Sims utilized his talent for connecting with people's passions and making things happen to develop a client list of the world's rich and famous. He has also been a keynote speaker for Harvard, the Pentagon, Mastermind Talks, War Room, Genius Network, and Traffic & Conversion, to name just a few. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, kids, dogs, and a lot of motorcycles. Go For Stupid: The Art of Achieving Ridiculous Goals is the follow-up to his first book, Bluefishing: The Art of Making Things Happen.

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