How to Make 2010 Awesome

10 days until 2010. That’s 10 days to start thinking about how to make the next year completely kick ass.

As I’ve been meditating on my intentions for rocking the new year, I’ve been thinking about how I can help you make next year the year that your dreams are realized.

Thus, the killer worksheets were born.

What are they?

28 pages of…

  • Self-inquiry
  • Inspiration
  • Tough questions
  • Thought provocation
  • Dream coercion
  • Practical exercises

These are the “make this shit happen” extension to my ebook Reclaim Your Dreams.

Since I wrote Reclaim Your Dreams I’ve wanted to create these worksheets. Unfortunately, before I launched the guide, I ran out of time. I had to get it out and into the world and put this implementation tool on hold.

Well, not anymore.

Now they’re ready for you. Use them to make 2010 the year that you finally make reclaiming your dreams a reality.

And to sweeten the pot: Until midnight on the 24th you can use the code “makeithappen” and you’ll get $10 off.

Click here to make it happen.

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Island Girl December 23, 2009 at 5:27 am

I can highly recommend Jonathan’s book, “Reclaim your Dreams”. I purchased it in early 2009, and it helped to get me back on track: On a road of unprecedented personal exploration and development.

For those of us who have already purchased the e-book, will you be offering just the workbook by itself? I plan to re-read your book to start the New Year, and the workbook sounds awesome !

I sincerely thank you for sharing your gifts with the world, Jonathan. I wish you the happiest of holidays, and a stellar 2010!

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Richard | RichardShelmerdine.com December 28, 2009 at 7:07 am

I haven’t been on your site in quite a while, your blogs new design is really really nice, creative and unique.

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Kent @ The Financial Philosopher December 28, 2009 at 4:07 pm

Jonathan: I look forward to sharing the journey in 2010. Keep up the outstanding work and unrelenting passion…

Kent

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Laura Lee Bloor of Tenacious Me December 30, 2009 at 11:00 am

Thanks for your hard work this year, Jonathan — you’ve helped keep me motivated. I especially enjoyed (and found very helpful) your Zero Hour Workweek ebook. Good luck in 2010!

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