xx. The Desire Map by Danielle LaPorte EPUB How do you feel about setting goals? I've heard people say they feel energized, depressed, confused, terrified, . The Desire Map: A Guide to Creating Goals with Soul [ebook] by Danielle LaPorte (epub/mobi). ebook4expert. March 2 Self-development. AddThis. DOWNLOAD The Desire Map: A Guide to Creating Goals with Soul By Danielle LaPorte [PDF EBOOK EPUB KINDLE] DOWNLOAD The Desire Map: A Guide to.
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The Desire Map: A Guide to Creating Goals with Soul by Danielle LaPorte Download eBook The Desire Map: A Guide to Creating Goals with Soul Danielle . The Desire Map Planner from Danielle Laporte Daily (Teals & Gold) pdf download, The Desire Map Planner from Danielle Laporte I had no idea that 10 years ago, when I casually wrote some “feeling words” next to my goals, it would turn into what it has: Desire Mapping.
Feelings that can be captured in words.
We're going to honor the immense power of singular words. Every word is its own universe.
Words have never mattered more than they do here. The actual content, when decipherable, is very rah rah and contains lots of regurgitated information from books like The Secret and Ask and It Is Given, with a rash of quotes thrown in.
Basically, the thesis is that in order to "map" your desires, you should focus on how you want to feel, then take actions to feel that way.
Let your deepest desires guide you. There, now you can skip this dumpster fire of a book.
You're welcome. Honestly, I am a fair critic of things and I have to say that this was a hard read the layout literally gave me a headache - multiple font size changes and formatting anomalies that make your head spin. As for content, a lot of it falls victim to the "out there" veil that many poor spirituality books suffer from. I find it really weird how many 5 star ratings this book is getting in such a short time - To Kill A Mockingbird, The Da Vinci Code probably have lower ratings if you catch my drift.
It's flaky. Conspicuously missing from the "existing tools" section, and as I read through the page a troubling indicator of outcomes: index cards, well beyond "spread on a dessktop" scale. Hypercard was an attemp to map index cards to computeers, and influenced both the World Wide Web and Wiki, though digitisation both adds to and subtracts from the original physical manifestation.
My own card collection is approaching 10, cards, at roughly 1, per box, and where a card can hold about characters, roughly words some do, many have fewer. Having read, and viewed the demo.
I'm working with my own thoughts, experiences, Web references, and published works both books and papers, as well as other forms. The quantities I'm working with are typical of academic researchers and writers whom I admire, whose bibliographies and notes may run pages or more and are often a substantial part of a book's real value. And nothing in Capstone's collateral communicates anything differently.
My console file and email tools can and do work with thousands and tens of thousands of items, though providing sufficient context, both static and dynamic metadata, is a challenge. Email does slightly better by way of searchable headers -- From, To, Date, and Subject, but cruicially; In-reply-to and References.
These are elements email inherited from earlyth-century office communications filing systems, with the referrence chain actually predating most other fields. Where a message fits within a discussion stream is often far more important than what it says.
JoAnne Yates and James Beniger are among the few who've studied this field, a surprisingly interesting to me exploration of group communications and decisionmaking.