Book Narration

Job #7049

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Job # 7049 Book Narration

Posted Date
Apr 10, 2008 @ 12:16
Respond By
Apr 16, 2008
Word Count
English (North American)
Age Range

Job Description

I need book I am just completing narrated so that it can be available as an mp3, and even a CD.

The book details can be found at There are some sample chapters here too.

I have two questions.
1. Should my voice feature on the recording at all, from a credibility viewpoint?
2. I have 12 people stories in the book, written as first person. Would it make sense to get their stories recorded by them? They are all over the world - most in North America, but UK, Kenya, Tanzania too.



Book Synopsis

Most of us live a life of broken promises: to ourselves, our families and the world. Whether we are in our 20s or in our 80s, the cost of our broken promises is staggering. This cost is something you may have likely already experienced: poverty, failed relationships, lack of spirituality, poor health, depression, or thoughts of suicide. Many of us stumble through life rather than living it to its fullest every day. At the end of your life, will you have lived it to the fullest?

In this book, you will learn:

1. the simple steps to keeping ANY promise;
2. how twelve “ordinary people” keep their extraordinary promises;
3. how to embrace your fears to help you keep your promises.

Remember: the cost of remaining where you are is likely a series of broken promises for the rest of your life. Why wait? Get started today with this blueprint for success, and live the incredible life you deserve.


Chapter 10: What are your 90 day milestones?

“Don't say you don't have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Pasteur, Michaelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein.”
H. Jackson Brown

Everyone achieves what they’re after through a series of steps they take to get to their goals. Sometimes it feels miraculous, like a quantum leap. But if you look closely, you’ll notice that the goal was reached by moving from one step to the next. To make steady progress, it is critical to define steps along the way with timeframes. Such timeframes which allow you to assess your goal, determine your progress, and take corrective action. These welldefined steps with clear timeframes are often referred to as milestones.

Speaking of milestones reminds me of my friend Lisa Rowles. I first met her after a particularly intense day at Life Mastery by Tony Robbins, in October 2005 in Palm Springs, California. Over many talks and walks, my wife and I got to know her well, and we could see that Lisa was extremely stressed. Though she was younger than us by a few years, she looked older.

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