Not always but I promise that if you take advantage of downloading two free books today (or no later than May 20th) you won’t be disappointed. One is a PDF eBook and the other a digital copy of a hard copy work.
But, first, I want to tell you a story. Did you happen to see the movie, “The Legend of Bagger Vance?” It came out in 2000 and had an all-star cast of Will Smith, Matt Damon, Charlize Theron and was directed by Robert Redford. It also had Jack Lemmon as the narrator. It turned out to be the last movie Jack was in before his death.
It is a golf movie set during the depression and is based on the novel of the same name by Steven Pressfield. When I watched the movie I thought Pressfield was using golf as a metaphor for life. If you have played the game you probably can appreciate that. Later I learned that is what Pressfield had in mind and that he has loosely based the book on the Bhagavad Gita which is considered one of the most important texts ever written.
Steven Pressfield has written eleven books including his first non-fiction work “The War of Art” in 2002. Nine years later it is still ranked #3 in Self-Help, Creativity books on Amazon. If you haven’t read it go to Amazon and pick up a copy. It will explain why your stuck, don’t have enough time to do what you want, and show you how to get moving. You’re going to want to read it after you get your two free eBooks.
Steven has a brand new book called “Do the Work” which is the follow-up to “The War of Art” and is currently #5 in the same Amazon category. You can download a free digital copy of it right now and until May 20th so you don’t have much time left. Don’t put it off. Do it now. You can thank me later.
And, you can also download a copy of “No Idling” a PDF eBook produced by the Domino Project Street Team. It is a collection of personal stories written by 30 people who were inspired by “Do the Work.” It has only been available for a couple of days now so you can be one of the first to read it. Hopefully the stories will add value to your life and inspire you to move forward, to change, and to turn dreaming into action. Some of the contributors I personally know and have written about because they inspire me. Others are new to me and I found their stories to be amazing. One of the 30 is yours truly and I’m humbled to be included in this group. It will be available after the 20th but why wait.
I’ve given you links to download two great books that won’t cost you anything – unless you don’t read them. And, then we won’t ever really know what they’ve cost will we?
As always, I welcome your comments and questions.