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Each of us has but one life to live on this earth. What we do with it is our choice. Are we drifting through it as spectators, reacting to our circumstances when necessary and wondering just how we got to this point anyway? Or are we directing it, maximizing the joy and potential of every day, living with a purpose or mission in mind?

Too many of us are doing the former--and our lives are slipping away one day at a time. But what if we treated life like the gift that it is? What if we lived each day as though it were part of a bigger picture, a plan? That''s what New York Times bestselling author Michael Hyatt and executive coach Daniel Harkavy show us how to do: to design a life with the end in mind, determining in advance the outcomes we desire and path to get there. In this step-by-step guide, they share proven principles that help readers create a simple but effective life plan so that they can get from where they are now to where they really want to be--in every area of life.

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Michael Hyatt is the founder and CEO of Michael Hyatt & Company, a leadership development firm specializing in transformative live events, workshops, and digital and physical planning tools. Formerly chairman and CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers, Michael is also a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author of several books, including Living Forward, Your Best Year Ever, and Platform. His work has been featured by the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Inc., Fast Company, Businessweek, Entrepreneur, and other publications. Michael has been married to his wife, Gail, for 40 years. They have five daughters, three sons-in-law, and eight grandchildren. They live just outside Nashville, Tennessee. Learn more at MichaelHyatt.com.

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"The people who have achieved greatness are not just lucky. They created and executed a plan. . . . In Living Forward, Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy show you how to develop and utilize a clear and compelling Life Plan to create the life you want."-- Tony Robbins, New York Times bestselling author; CEO, Anthony Robbins Companies

"Here is an extremely practical and undeniably necessary guide for any adult who has drifted from how they thought life should be lived. I have benefited from this approach in my own life, but I need to be reminded again and again and again."-- Patrick Lencioni, president, The Table Group; author, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team and The Advantage

"A must-read full of reminders and revelation that will open up your mind and organize your time."-- Dave Ramsey, New York Times bestselling author, The Total Money Makeover

"In this one-of-a-kind book, Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy explain exactly how to create a Life Plan. It will equip you to live your life on purpose, achieving what matters most in every aspect of your life."-- John C. Maxwell, New York Times bestselling author; founder, The John Maxwell Company

" Living Forward is a brilliant and motivating resource that will equip you to stop sleepwalking through life and intentionally pursue the plan God has for you."-- Lysa TerKeurst, New York Times bestselling author, The Best Yes

"An intelligent and articulate manual. . . . Applying even a portion of its simple and practical recommendations will improve anyone''s condition in life."-- David Allen, New York Times bestselling author, Getting Things Done

About the Author

Michael Hyatt is the founder and chairman of Michael Hyatt & Company. Under his leadership, Michael Hyatt & Company has been featured in the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing companies in America for three years in a row. He is also the author of several  New York TimesWall Street Journal, and  USA Today bestselling books, including  Platform,  Living Forward,  Your Best Year EverFree to Focus, and  The Vision Driven Leader. With his daughter, Megan, he is coauthor of Win at Work and Succeed at Life. He''s living the Double Win with his wife of forty-plus years, five daughters, and nine grandchildren.

Daniel Harkavy founded executive coaching firm Building Champions, Inc., more than two decades ago. He and his team have been coaching thousands of leaders through this book''s content in firms like Daimler, Nike, Kaiser Permanente, Chick-fil-A, John Deere, and Steelcase, to mention a few. He lives just outside Portland, Oregon, with his wife and actively serves his community as a member of nonprofit boards and a mentor to many. He is the proud father of four children and an avid surfer. Learn more at BuildingChampions.com.

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Jason Wisdom
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
SMART goals, and write your own eulogy--that''s it.
Reviewed in the United States on April 17, 2016
Despite the fact this book lists 53 endorsements from names as famous as Tony Robbins, Seth Godin, and Pat Flynn, there is very little here that hasn’t already been published dozens of times. Living Forward reads like a series of Chicken Soup for the Soul,... See more
Despite the fact this book lists 53 endorsements from names as famous as Tony Robbins, Seth Godin, and Pat Flynn, there is very little here that hasn’t already been published dozens of times.

Living Forward reads like a series of Chicken Soup for the Soul, feel-good short stories, all supporting two ideas: 1, write your own eulogy describing how people will remember you, and 2, take a day to create SMART goals that will make this eulogy possible.

(SMART = Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Time-bound)

This book seems to speak about high-achievers who achieved massive success early in life, and the benefit they later found by discovering life balance. The concepts are so simple, I find it difficult to believe any high-achiever has not already been exposed to them.

There are a few sections on “drifting” and how this is an undesirable state. But even escaping this drifting, the purpose for which this book was supposedly written, is referenced as, “Perhaps you are caught up in your career and find it more interesting than spending time with your family.” Or similar statements about health, vacation time, and friendships. Then, SMART goals, based on your eulogy of your wife remembering how much you loved her, should be enough to spur you into taking more enlightened action.

It would have been nice to include direction for, say, people who have been “drifting” from job to job, unable to really find their niche. Or for those who work hard, have not yet had their breakthrough moment, and wish to know what they should & should not be doing that they aren’t aware of. Unfortunately, this book only speaks to people who have already achieved huge career success, have omniscient vision and complete mastery of themselves, and are ready for the life-changing realization that work is not everything.

These concepts come complete with stories, diagrams, and the skeleton of a process: schedule the hours of your week, project manage your SMART goals every quarter, and mark your current status in all areas of life on a four quadrant grid. Don’t forget to take action! If you are a corporate leader, consider buying Living Forward books for your team, and putting on a Living Forward workshop for your company. Yes, the book does suggest doing these things.

Personally, I was hoping for insight around overcoming unforeseen and recurring obstacles, how to get early warning GPS-like feedback when a short-term course of action really is not supporting long-term objectives after all, and being able to recognize and develop relationships with the kinds of people who can help a person realize their dreams. You know, stuff that those who desire to be self-made actually have to deal with.

I am giving Living Forward two stars out of respect for the authors’ own stories, and because the book covers all the check marks for a commercially published book. There are conversation-piece lists of three. “How they say it” is good. “What they are saying” is as empty of nutrition as styrofoam.

On the whole, Living Forward is a great example of why self-help has a reputation for repackaging fluff. There is little depth, and there are no original ideas. SMART goals are taught to office workers at virtually every company in existence. Taking an evening to write down life goals is described in virtually any autobiography. These two concepts, are all this book has to offer? Seriously?

The lemmings-like wave of 5 star reviews appear to be from legions of followers, unwilling to point out the emperor has no clothes.
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cMarier
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Basically plagiarized Stephen Covey''s life work
Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2019
The ideas in this book are pretty blatantly plagiarized from Stephen Covey''s popular books, including The Seven Habits and First Things First, which predate this by several decades. I wish I could say "inspired by" rather than "plagiarized," but they don''t even provide a... See more
The ideas in this book are pretty blatantly plagiarized from Stephen Covey''s popular books, including The Seven Habits and First Things First, which predate this by several decades. I wish I could say "inspired by" rather than "plagiarized," but they don''t even provide a single attribution. Covey''s ideas were obviously inspired by many before him, but he presented much original material in a novel and interesting way. Living Forward does not do that. Instead, it offers a lightly revised copy that strikes me as a cynical way to sell books and charge consulting fees for someone else''s legacy.

And in many places, the plagiarism is obvious. Instead of identifying "roles", you define "life accounts." Instead of your Mission Statement being a Compass (Covey), you have a Life Plan that acts as a GPS (Harkavy and Hyatt). Where Covey said, "Begin with the End In Mind" (Habit 2), Harkavy and Hyatt say, "Begin at the End." Just as with Covey''s concept of the "emotional bank account," Harkavy and Hyatt use the metaphor of deposits and withdrawals based upon attention and neglect. Just like Covey''s second habit, you are literally asked to envision your own funeral and develop a mission statement based on the legacy you want to leave.

I could probably go on, but if you''ve read Covey''s work, you get the idea. If you haven''t read Covey''s work, you should do so, and skip this.

This work isn''t even an incremental improvement upon the stolen work on which it''s based, the way Toyota and Honda improved the auto industry in the 1970''s. Instead, it''s a cheap, hollow, adequate but unsatisfying imitation; it is the RC Cola of success literature.
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Dave Vaklyes
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No new content, no new inspiration.
Reviewed in the United States on March 15, 2016
I forced myself to finish reading it. I tried to like it. I really tried! Out of a profound respect for Michael Hyatt''s past work, I forced myself to finish this. I was bored and disappointed, right to the very last page. The basic message of the book is, write... See more
I forced myself to finish reading it. I tried to like it. I really tried! Out of a profound respect for Michael Hyatt''s past work, I forced myself to finish this. I was bored and disappointed, right to the very last page.

The basic message of the book is, write your goals, get your priorities straight, schedule time for what''s important and be consistent in saying no to stuff that isn''t important. It seemed to me that the book was an attempt to condense or replicate co-author David Harkavy''s workshops on life planning. The book starts out with a call to write your own eulogy, with an emphasis on identifying how you want to be remembered. If having a good eulogy--or any eulogy--is important to you, this might be a helpful exercise, but otherwise, it''s a big clue about how little the book offers to the rest of us.

Each author tells several stories about his ups and downs in life. I can recall only one of those stories, so they didn''t resonate with me. At the end of the book is a huge pitch for Harkavy''s workshop. I honestly believe this workshop could be effective in person, but as a DIY activity rolled into book, it didn''t speak to me at all. I bought an overpriced, too-lengthy audio series by Tony Robbins a few years ago, and every day I''m still struggling to implement all that Tony suggests, but he was very inspiring and gave some nitty-gritty advice on how to stop drifting. I couldn''t find either in the Hyatt/Harkavy book.

I''ve finally learned to be skeptical of the 5-start reviews for books written by popular bloggers. The first flood of 5-star reviews always seem to come from the blogger''s tribe. Their tribe can''t get enough of what they have to say. (Which is why I bought this book, because I''m a Hyatt fan!) But that doesn''t mean other readers will resonate with the book''s message. The 5-start review used to represent the general readership, but now, it''s just a reflection of the author''s tribe supporting him.
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LaurindaB
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This book helps you live an intentional life!
Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2016
I''ve been following Michael Hyatt''s blog since 2009 and this topic is a passion of his. Creating a life plan was major change in my life. His partnership with Daniel Harkavy with this book amplifies the urgency to create this life plan. The examples from their lives are... See more
I''ve been following Michael Hyatt''s blog since 2009 and this topic is a passion of his. Creating a life plan was major change in my life. His partnership with Daniel Harkavy with this book amplifies the urgency to create this life plan. The examples from their lives are encouraging. They are real people too. But something that is often missed by leaders - leadership begins with self! This book is a guide for self-leadership.

I recently left my 6-figure job to pursue a passion, something I laid out in my original life plan in 2011. When I announced my resignation to co-workers what was sad is how many people shared what they ''wish they could do'' and original dreams they had in life. We all get stuck! However, this book gets you out of what the author''s call the drift. The exercise of writing your eulogy is tough and may seem morbid, but it gets you focused on your dream/legacy. The book is easy to read, the exercises will take time & concentration; afterwards a commitment to live the life you want. Life is hard enough, but with a game plan it''s easier. Don''t get to your deathbed and wish for what you could have done. By the book and do the exercises, you won''t be disappointed.
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Andy Helsby
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Don''t just read the book, put the plan into action to make your life meaningful to you and others around you.
Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2016
A ton of the other reviews have detailed what is in this book, so I won''t repeat that information again. Other self help books are often applicable to only certain people in certain stages of their lives, but this book is applicable to almost anyone. Having a plan on how to... See more
A ton of the other reviews have detailed what is in this book, so I won''t repeat that information again. Other self help books are often applicable to only certain people in certain stages of their lives, but this book is applicable to almost anyone. Having a plan on how to get from where you are now, to a position of how you would like people to remember you at your funeral. A somber thought and a wake up call but a highly powerful and motivating call to make the most of your life. Giving practical advice and samples of how to set life goals that pull you forward and motivate you into putting them into action.
Combine the book with the online assessment that helps you analyze 9 common areas in your life so you have some good knowledge of what you need to work on to achieve a purposeful life.
The authors strongly recommend/insist you put a whole day to create your plan - within 2 weeks of reading the book as the sooner you make a plan to do something, the more likely you are to put that plan into action n- so make sure you have a day that you can get away from it all, go offline and plan your eulogy!
Although the book is split into 3 distinct sections, I would highly recommend that you read the book in its entirety first while making notes and then go back and reread the book and your notes and stop at the end of ech sections to put the book into action. This way you have a complete picture of what the book is about and do not get distracted half way through.

Although I received a discounted, advanced copy of this book, this didn''t affect my review and I liked it so much I also purchased the kindle version so I would have an electronic copy to keep and refer to while my wife reads the paper version. I would also recommend that couples read the book too. Do the plan individually and then discuss how your plans match up, how they differ and then work on the important areas that enable each of you to fulfill your goals.
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William McPeck
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Drift No More
Reviewed in the United States on November 27, 2016
Far too many of us live our life adrift. Truth be known, living a life adrift is probably the default way most people live their life. But it does not have to be that way. Life can be lived with intent and purpose. In fact, mindful living is garnering increasing attention... See more
Far too many of us live our life adrift. Truth be known, living a life adrift is probably the default way most people live their life. But it does not have to be that way. Life can be lived with intent and purpose. In fact, mindful living is garnering increasing attention and interest today.

This is where this book can come into play. It will provide you with the framework and tools you need for completing a life plan to help you be more mindful about your life and to live your life with intent and purpose.

I found the book to be an easy read with good flow between the different sections. I particularly liked the short chapters as it contributed to my sense that I was making progress as I read through the book.

If you are looking for a book that is a page turner, full of big break through ideas, inspirational, or which will make you breathless, look elsewhere. That is not the purpose of this book. This book is all about introducing you to the concept of life planning and providing you with the tools needed to create your own personal life plan.

The challenge I see with this book is that it is a do-it-yourself book. You just can’t read the book. In order to get the most out of this book, you need to both read it and follow the steps to create your life plan.

Just reading the book will probably be of minimum value to you. You need to both read the book AND take action to create your plan. The greatest value will come from actually living your plan, rather than going through life adrift.

Now that I have read the book, it is time for me to go back and actually follow the steps outlined in the book and create my own life plan.

Read It and Then Do It!
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Stephen Braswell
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A Road Map to the Life You Want!
Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2016
This was a fantastic book! I have heard Michael teach on the importance of creating a life plan on his podcast in the past but the book clarifies the process completely. The book was so easy to read and I enjoyed every chapter. Michael and Daniel did a great job of using... See more
This was a fantastic book! I have heard Michael teach on the importance of creating a life plan on his podcast in the past but the book clarifies the process completely. The book was so easy to read and I enjoyed every chapter. Michael and Daniel did a great job of using real life stories to illustrate the points they are trying to drive home. This book really is a road map for how to create the life that you want to live! I would recommend this book to anyone, regardless of age and career choice! This book will help you to really focus in on what is most important to you!

Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You Want
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MAURICE J RUBINO
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Creating a Life Plan to Match Your Vision
Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2016
I am a Michael Hyatt fan and have listened and viewed his podcast and video casts. I have listened all of the podcasts and therefore have heard many of the principles that Michael has detailed in the book. There are three reasons I am happy to have purchased the... See more
I am a Michael Hyatt fan and have listened and viewed his podcast and video casts. I have listened all of the podcasts and therefore have heard many of the principles that Michael has detailed in the book.

There are three reasons I am happy to have purchased the book:

1) The book contains many tools and downloadable that support the process of creating your life plan.
2) I now have a guidebook with all the information compiled which helps with both your initial plan but the all important review process that is necessary to keep your plan "active and relevant" through your life journey.
3) Michael podcasts and much of his other content is available at no cost you. However I value his opinions and the example he is living. I want to him continue to produce this valuable, thought provoking material. Purchasing his book is my way of saying thank you for your guidance toward my quest to be the best person I can to all those who are in my life.

Maurice Rubino
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a reader
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It doesn’t add much more
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 2, 2018
I read other books aiming to teach a structure for life planning and goal planning. This book doesn’t add anything “new” to the basic evaluation of present/ visualise the future/fill the gap. I guess I knew how to list priorities in life and how to draft a life plan even...See more
I read other books aiming to teach a structure for life planning and goal planning. This book doesn’t add anything “new” to the basic evaluation of present/ visualise the future/fill the gap. I guess I knew how to list priorities in life and how to draft a life plan even before reading this. I was looking for something more pragmatic. I didn’t appreciate those many “examples” from or Other people at the end of the book.
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Paul McGillivray
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Excellent GPS for your life
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 29, 2017
A milestone book for me. It shows how easy it is to just drift through life, without really realising or defining or moving towards the things you really want from this short existence. The practices described in this book gave me profound insights into my real priorities,...See more
A milestone book for me. It shows how easy it is to just drift through life, without really realising or defining or moving towards the things you really want from this short existence. The practices described in this book gave me profound insights into my real priorities, and kickstarted a whole load of reading similar books to delve deep into my life goals. I feel that perhaps for the first time in my life I realise what I could achieve, and have the tools to do just that. My deep thanks to the authors.
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mrs la
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Great book full of tools to change your life!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 12, 2017
I found this book helpful especially the life accounts to evaluate where I am at in every area of my life that is important to me and think of the changes I can make.
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Stephanie White
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Nice book.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 12, 2019
Good book - but I found it hard to read. Arrived quickly Perfect condition.
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A Plan for your Life
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 17, 2017
It spells out in layman''s term that you must make a plan for your life in order to be successful. Without the plan you will just drift. You could call it a goal setting plan.
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