Creating the Impossible: How to Get Any Project Out of Your Head and into the World in Less Than 90 Days
by Michael Neill (306 pages)
Creating the Impossible reveals a surprising yet practical alternative to traditional approaches to goal-setting, productivity, creativity and project management. Perfect for solopreneurs, entrepreneurs, artists, work teams, leaders and anyone who has ever dreamed an impossible dream but given up before they ever really got started.
Readers will learn the simple principles behind 'non-linear productivity', how to move confidently forward even when you don't know how you're going to reach your goal, what it is to live and work outside of your psychology (no more self-sabotage, procrastination or self-esteem issues to work through), and how to bring your creative genius to life.
The book is designed so that it can be read from cover to cover as a primer to creating more 'effortless success' in work and life, and/or as a workbook that can be followed, step by step, over a 12-week period to take a specific project from concept to form. It does not promise that people will complete their project in 90 days - that depends on the project. It does promise that ANY project, no matter how impossible it seems, can be tackled in a productive, enjoyable and surprisingly effective manner that increases aliveness, connection, resilience and fosters an unshakable sense of possibility.