What kind of impact do you want to make?
What would you give to change the world?
How can you start - today?
Part guidebook, part choose-your-own-adventure, and altogether awesome, The Pursuit of Awesome is your one-season guide to awesome life change. After all, an awesome impact can only be made by an awesome person.
- How to leverage the power of habit to make massive life changes.
- The source of motivation to push through - and do what you already know you need to do.
- To write your superhero origin story - and why you dearly need one!
- 22 habits of ridiculously awesome people - how to get massively more done in less time, how to pump up your body and your energy levels, and how to level up your learning processes
- A five-step recipe for powerful growth - even through failure!
Can it be done in one season? Well, not all of it - but The Pursuit of Awesome lays out a framework for repeatable and sustainable change, leveraged across a sixty-day period. And all it takes to start? One season.
You don't need cash. You don't need a reputation. All you need is the will to try. The only question is this:
When will you start?
Be awesome - now.
Ed is a young Californian, passionate about learning and leading, who was redirected to Central Asia about six years ago. He's an English, Russian, Kyrgyz, and Chinese-speaking Japanese American - who also speaks just enough Japanese to get sushi and miso soup at a restaurant, and not much more.
He is happily married to his wife, Becky.
Together, they run a conversational English club and stage open-air English courses in the park that draw close to a hundred people a summer. Recently, they've launched a university leadership club where they mentor a small circle of motivated students towards becoming great leaders.
Ed writes regularly at his personal blog, Live Lead Learn.