20 May Become Passionate With Purpose and Persistence
Last night I launched my third book – I Dare You. Win The Debate In Your Own Head.
I am so very grateful for the many family, friends and esteemed colleagues, peers, business contacts and readers who came out to attend the launch. I am honoured and humbled by your support. Thank you.
A big thank you to the five speakers on the night – Michael Doyle of South East Radio, Michael Freeman of Three Sisters Publishing, Karl Fitzpatrick of Wexford Chamber of Commerce, Tom Banville of LEO Wexford and Brendan Howlin, T.D. I was touched by your kind words and your support.
When I decided to write this book, I knew it would be a project of passion. I felt strongly that I had many important messages to share with you from my own life and business experience. My hope for this book is that it will help you win that debate in your own head and go after your life’s purpose with passion and persistence.
The core message that I share with you in this book is a challenge. I am challenging or ‘Daring You’ to:
Visualise the outcome you desire, create it in your mind, manage change, start to take the necessary steps towards your goals and stand for something.
This may sound easier in theory than it is in practice but if you want lasting success, then your life’s work should be about seeking a life that matters to you and you will find it is difficult to retire from the obsession.
My book is a compilation of 47 messages that I have carefully selected and chosen to include because they were of great value to me in my own quest for a life filled with passion.
I am grateful to have that passion for my work and the launch of this book is a manifestation of the vision I held in my mind for many months whilst I wrote it.
Having a purpose and maintaining persistence has paid off. But having the support of you, my loyal family, friends, readers, colleagues and peers is a gift.