By John DeChancie
Fort Perilous is a magic fortress choked with secret and event, yet occasionally even magic castles can cross awry. this actual fort has the ability to ship its site visitors to 144,000 trade worlds, each one a good looking voyage to the unknown. yet each one voyage turns out to backfire. machine whiz child Jeremy is caught on a planet of golf-playing dinosaurs. Gentrified Gene unearths himself a on a planet overrun with amazon girls the place the queen has taken a selected shine to him and basically Lord of the fortress Incarnadine can cease this witty insanity from shaking fort abducted to its foundations.
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But first, it’s worth restating that, for almost all of you, who you are right now is absolutely functional and making it work (thanks, Tim Gunn) in your day-to-day life. You do not have to go through this process; you are surviving just fine without creating a version of yourself to strive for. You can easily, healthily, and happily get through life without being a Super You. And that’s great. All the same, it couldn’t hurt to know the way of the Super You. As I will continually stress throughout this book, we are all constantly changing to adapt to the world around us; it’s my hope that we can become a bit more intentional in where we end up.
See? This is where concrete, observable behaviors come in. The client is depressed, but if we set a goal of “be happier,” or if we set the problem as being just “depression,” we’d be failing the client. That’s because the goal is too vague, the problem is too vague, and nothing is observable. ” So instead what we do is break the depression down into tiny pieces, and tackle each piece with both emotional work and behavior changes. ” To apply the magic of AEB to your own life—let’s say you’d like to express yourself more—what concrete, observable goal could we set so we’ll know when it’s met?
It means that you are aware of what’s best for you, and that you will be making decisions for yourself. But note that those two things needn’t be related. Sometimes you’re going to make mistakes. Sometimes you’re going to know exactly what to do and do the “wrong” thing anyway. Sometimes you’ll only stumble upon doing the “right” thing. I just want you to be more in charge of the direction your life is heading in, and take pride in that ownership. I want you to leave this book knowing that you are valuable, if you didn’t know that already.