We are about to release a new book called, "Someday I'm Going to 'Blank'
Everyone says that to some degree. Someday I'm going to quit my job and do what I love, someday I'm going to go to Paris, Someday I'm going to write a book, Someday I'm going to quit this dead end relationship, Someday I'm going to lose weight, etc. The book is about how to focus yourself seeing the realization of your Someday. Its a book about making your dreams come true. Its a book that reminds us that you only have so much time on this earth, that you only have so much energy Its a book that most of the time serves as a positive motivator, but occasionally will give you boot in the ass and a dose of tough love in order to get you back on course towards the culmination of your someday. Its a book that helps you create a strategy to go about pursuing and accomplishing your dreams. Although it is for all ages, it is mostly for people in their 30's through 50's.
The title of the book is
Someday I'm Going to . . . .
The Subtitle is
An Inspiring Straight Forward Approach to Achieving Your Dreams, ,
And Making Your “Someday” Soon
Author's name is
All of the above items should be on the front cover
On the back cover I want the following
Someday I’m going to . . .
We all know that expression because we’ve all said it in some shape or form.
Someday I’m going to quit this job I can’t stand.
Someday I’m going to write a book.
Someday I’m going to visit Europe.
You know that day. You’ve dreamt and talked about it all these years. Your friends and family know all about that day because they’ve tirelessly heard you talk about it over and over again. It’s that day that you keep pushing back into the future.
It’s time to stop talking. It’s time to take charge of that dream and make it a reality. It’s time to live your dream. It’s time to live in Someday.
Excerpt from the book
When is Someday ever going
No, not Sunday, Someday.
You know that day. You’ve dreamt and talked about it all these years. You think about that day as you’re driving to work. You think about that day when you fall into bed after a hard day on the job, or after
another infuriating foray with your spouse. You talk about it over a glass of wine or a couple of drinks at the bar on a Friday night. It’s an aspiration, it’s a dream, and it’s an escape. It’s a day that has great importance to you.
It’s the opening statement of a mantra, a mantra that you have said to yourself over and over again all these years. I’m not sure of the exact wording of this mantra, but I imagine it is something like: “Someday, I’m going to go to Europe and see the Eifel Tower, or walk the streets of Italy or share a pint with the locals in Ireland.”
“Someday, I’m going to write a book or learn a musical instrument.”
“Someday, I’m going to quit this job that brings me little satisfaction and pursue something
on my own that I’m passionate about.”
"Someday I'm going to get out of debt.”
“Someday I’m going to get out of this dead end relationship and find someone who is crazy
about me and will love me emphatically.”