Volcanic Momentum: Get Things Done by Setting Destiny Goals, Mastering the Energy Code, and Never Losing Steam is the second book by Jordan Ring I’ve read this year after Book Launch Gladiator: The 4 Phase Approach to Kindle Book Marketing Success in 2018. As it was the case with Book Launch Gladiator, I sailed through it with ease, satisfaction and a healthy dose of humor.
Reaching our dreams is possible as long as we have faith and believe in ourselves and are ready to grow. Although Volcanic Momentum may seem to be a small book, its impact on our lives can be much bigger, if not life-changing. The formula is simple: setting our goals and moving toward them!
In Volcanic Momentum Jordan Ring introduces us to three types of goals: Small Attainable Goals, Big Hairy Audacious Goals and Destiny Goals, of all three the most important. As the author says for our Destiny Goals: “These are the goals that go beyond you. These are the goals that you want to achieve to leave a legacy. These completed goals blow up the entire mountain, changing the view of the landscape for now and generations to come.”
Who wouldn’t want to make such a positive impact on our world and help others to benefit from our existence, right?
There are many takeaways to learn and apply to inspire us to take action and grow until we reach volcanic momentum. I want to share with you the following few takeaways that most impressed me: Move forward because we are never neutral; we are either moving toward completion of our goal or backward away from it. Fail (often and hard) because the best way to grow quickly is to learn from our mistakes. Master our priorities and learn to say NO in order to find time for the things we want to do and to spend time with the right, positive and stimulating people. Read more to succeed and take action on what we learn to move toward a better future.
Dreaming about our goals is great but reaching them is even better. Volcanic Momentum is here to inspire us, to show us how to become motivated and successful and, what’s more important, how to do it today instead of someday. Jordan Ring is genuine in his wish to help us with that.