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101 Ideas to Kick Your Ass Into Gear [Paperback]

Ian Gray , Nicklaus Suino

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16 Dec 2011
We spend more time glued to our glutes than ever. The latest numbers suggest that the average person spends sixty hours or more a week using his butt as a base of operations. That's why we've presented you with 101 activities ranging from those which would cause any rational person to tremble in fear - like organizing your office - to things that you may consider just an ordinary weekend pastime - like jumping into the abyss with a giant rubber band tied around your waist. The plan here is to put some dare in your derrière, and some juice in your caboose, some whoosh in your toosh. And to help you get out of the rut created by your butt. So what are you waiting for? Pick a chapter and put some hum in your bum, some flair in your fanny, and some kick in your can! After you've done a dozen or so of these activities, you'll look back and wonder how you ever managed to spend so much time parked on your posterior!

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Ian Gray is a media consultant, writer, musician, and budding public speaker with an eye on being the next Ellen. Nick is a martial arts expert, attorney, writer, and business consultant who specializes in kicking your ass into gear.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Inspiring and amusing! 22 Feb 2012
By Charles Houghton - Published on Amazon.com
Surprisingly thoughtful, non-pedantic strategies for re-framing impulses that lead to procrastination, stagnation and general torpor. Highly recommended for short bursts of inspiration throughout the day.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Go for it 14 Feb 2012
By Gail Silver - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a fun and entertaining way to get yourself thinking outside of the box. This book will help you let go of those excuses and just go for it. Shake up your rut, jump the tracks and let your imagination do some freewheeling. By the time that I had finished reading the authors' ideas to get me off my ass, I came up with a bunch more on my own. A must read for anyone who is having trouble getting motivated or who feels that they are stuck in their life.
5.0 out of 5 stars I need this ass kicking! 26 Jun 2014
By Terrance Osterhout - Published on Amazon.com
This fun, thoughtful, and concise book has been intentionally kept in my office and whenever I get lazy or procrastinate, I pick it up, flip through it, and am reminded that I need to get to work and stay focused.

It is to the point and smart!

Sometimes the obvious isn't so obvious, and we need a reminder and this book provides 101 inspiring reminders.

5.0 out of 5 stars Not Your Run of the Mill Idea Book 17 Jan 2013
By Kim Brown - Published on Amazon.com
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I was pleasantly surprised that the book contains some unusual approaches to procrastination. The writers are at times irreverent and off-the-wall. Most people I know have some kind of book like this on their shelf - this is the one that is actually fun to read yourself or with friends. Recommended.
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