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Drawing on Eastern philosophy Buddhism Japanese Psychology Zen the Samurai and Martial Arts Gregg Krech offers an approach to ACTION that guides you to doing what is important for you to do in the time you have available Most of us associate Eastern wisdom with meditation and contemplation Krech offers a complimentary collection of wisdom on the Art of Taking Action that will help you take action even. re read October 2018 Still a favorite and a 5 star read So glad i own it on paper nowI love this book and re read it regularly Now I m debating getting a dead tree copy Most procrastination is caused by a tendency to make a decision in the present moment based on what we feel like doing at that moment And if we don t feel like doing something NOW then we re not likely to feel like doing it later because are you following this later will just be another NOW If you don t feel like doing your taxes NOW just accept that you ll probably never feel like doing them The fundamental change we need is a sh

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The Art of Taking Action

When you don’t feel like it This isn’t just another “how to get things done” book It’s about how you do what you do and the impact that your action and inaction has on the world Students of Zen Yoga Taoism meditation mindfulness and Japanese culture will resonate with ideas and practical strategies such as Overcome by Going Around Non attachment – Effort and Outcomes The Rhythm of Activity. Made me take action So well written this book caused me to look at my life and realize that my life is not a to do list I am routinely overwhelmed and naturally an anxious person By giving me a different set of tools this book has given me hope to overcome my own paralysis and inaction from being overwhelmed Amazing how just thinking a bit differently can make all the difference Highly recommended

Gregg Krech Ò 8 SUMMARY

The Stress of Not Getting Things Done Procrastination Disguised as Busyness Working with the Conditions We Encounter Impermanence and Legos and Krech brings than 25 years of experience teaching and studying Japanese psychology to create a uniue collection wisdom on “Taking Action” that is both practical and profound If you are ready for some “movement” in your life this book is just what you ne. I enjoyed the book It has some really good advice and lessons to help you get through life It really made sense and was easy to follow It can help in all areas and aspects of ones life I highly recommend this book to anyone who feels they could use the info to better their lives I won this book for free from the Goodreads Giveaway


10 thoughts on “The Art of Taking Action

  1. says:

    re read October 2018 Still a favorite and a 5 star read So glad i own it on paper nowI love this book and re read it regularly Now I'm debati

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    A uick read but like a lot of simple things it would take a lifetime to master exactly what is being saidThe essential message is Take actionAction is greater than thoughtAction now is better than action laterIn many instances action is better than planning action You cannot know all the difficulties you are going to face in a project befo

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    The Art of Taking Action 2014 by Gregg Kech is a book that combines Zen and other related Eastern Philosophies and provides an approach for action The first part of the book hangs together well but the essays after about the first ha

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    A foreword to my reviews The number of stars is heavily influenced by the effect a book had on me personally This might not be the case in your situationReview of The art of taking actionThe Art of taking Action is not an easy book for me to review Based on my rating system it was worth four stars to me as I am already doing things differently Thank you for that Gregg Kerch On the other hand it was not an easy book for me to read

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    Although the book is short enough to finish in one or two days it should be read over several weeks while practicing the advice given in the book The first step to take is ask yourself these uestions when interacting with others 1 What have I received from 2 What have I given to and 3 What troubles and difficulties have I caused These uestions will help you to see how you fit in the overall picture Rather than reactin

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    Made me take action So well written this book caused me to look at my life and realize that my life is not a to do list I am routinely overwhelmed and naturally an anxious person By giving me a different set of t

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    take actionAn informative book which explores morita therapy and the benefits it can bring to your life if you apply the principles It also discussed nikan a process of self reflection which will allow you to let go of a lot of the

  8. says:

    I enjoyed the book It has some really good advice and lessons to help you get through life It really made sense a

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    By Far the best book I have read on taking action Though book is very small and can be finished fast it reuire slow reading and constant mulling Some of the points mentioned about taking action have already helped me get started on my projects

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    In order to remind myself of the content of this practical guide I would like to highlight ten points that are particularly essential to meKrech says about working through lists and forgetting about lifeGetting the tasks of a conventional To Do list done will allow you to maintain your life and continue to function but for what purpose? The

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