Book Review of Running Down a Dream
After reading Tim Grahl’s Web site and listening to his online webinar, I knew his experience would help me sell books. More than sell books, Tim Grahl success, and collaboration with highly successful authors enthralled. I wanted to find out how the process of taking unknown authors to number one sellers on the New York Times Best Sellers worked. What tools, what planning strategies, and what unique resources did he use?
How did Tim Grahl face down nearly Olympic odds to sell vast numbers of books?
Running Down a Dream: Your Road Map to Winning Creative Battles
Because Tim Grahl nails it.
Grahl wanted to write, to speak, to help other writers, and to write a book. In this hybrid memoir/self-help book, he shares his worst and best moments on the trail. Each success brings new challenges, but like a true long-distance runner, Grahl has grit and grace. At each set back he asked, “What do I want?” and “Who or what can help me?”
Five reasons to buy and to read this book.
1. Want a game plan for fame, fortune, or freedom?
2. Need to overcome fear, resistance, and self-doubt?
3. Want to move to a whole new level of creativity?
4. Get twenty tools in Grahl’s “Tool Kit” to run down your dream.
5. Read a rare honest account of one man’s search to make his dreams come true.
Watch Grahl face feeling trapped, stuck, and even an unshakeable belief that he is broken. As he runs after his dream of creative freedom (plus the business success to support his creative longings), he learns ways to overcome resistance. After achieving new levels of success, Grahl still faces further opposition and problems.
Grahl never gives up. Not afraid of work, Grahl takes action to find business coaches, a writing mentor, a personal board of directors, and more. Even a dark night of the soul, when he faced self-hate, and his worst fear did not stop him.
If you battle your demons as you face a blank page, a new business project or a current writing book project, get this book because the author, Tim Grahl, details effective resources. Get free information on his Web site, Book Launch, by clicking on his name. Fetch his book,
The creative life is not for everyone.
If you want to make a run for it, get this book for your guide.