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How to be a Complete and Utter Failure in Life, Work and Everything
44 1/2 steps to lasting underachievement
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Life is about being negative, right? Its about not taking opportunities, never changing and, most importantly, feeling unhappy and unfulfilled.
How to Be a Complete and Utter Failure is your ultimate ANTI life coach. From not having any goals, to not taking personal responsibility for your life, every idea, strategy, suggestion and story in here is guaranteed to propel you into the slow lane of total inadequacy.
Be warned: whatever you do, dont do the opposite of what you learn here or else youre in serious danger of making some positive changes and leading a more successful life.
This book doesn't do what it says on the tin. Quite the opposite. It is written with commendable charm and clarity, laden with chuckles and insights in equal measure. You will laugh and you will think often at the same time.
Neil Mullarkey, Founder-Member of the Comedy Store Players
I love this book by saying the exact opposite of what you should do it really hones in on the messages and breaks the bad habits.
Sahar Hashemi, Co-Founder of Coffee Republic
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Steve McDermott has been established as one of the UK's top motivational speakers and his personal brand is growing. His work includes being a motivational speaker, coach, trainer and consultant.
Preface to the second edition
How to get the most from this guide
Step one Dont decide what you want. If you do decide what you want, dont think about why you want it. And if you do decide why you want it, commit to believing you cant have it.
Step two Dont do things on purpose
Step three Dont stop working for a living
Step four Dont know what you value in life (and if you do, lose sight of it)
Step five Dont spend any of your time in the future
Step six Dont have any goals
Step seven If you do have goals, dont put them in writing, and if you do, dont think too big
Step eight Dont plan your priorities
Step nine Dont involve other people
Step ten Dont have a mentor or be a mentor
Step eleven Dont get advice from people youve never met or who are dead
Step twelve Dont take action right now
Step thirteen Dont get feedback on your actions
Step fourteen Dont adjust
Step fifteen Dont get even more feedback, dont be flexible(you get the idea)
Step sixteen Dont practise continuous improvement
Step seventeen Dont wear a parachute
Step eighteen Dont change your beliefs
Step nineteen Dont stop having a deep fear of failure and of making a fool of yourself
Step twenty Dont take personal responsibility for your life and results
Step twenty-one Dont stop believing in luck
Step twenty-two Dont expand your comfort zone