Imagine knowing you had only 10 years to live - Would you change your life? How?
The Art of Fully Living author Tal Gur asked himself these same questions just after turning 30. Inspired by a late-night conversation with friends, and disillusioned with the trappings of "making it", Tal drafted a list of 100 goals to achieve in a decade.
Through relentless focus, Tal traded his daily grind for a life of his own daring design, as a location-independent entrepreneur and coach. He tackled financial, physical, and spiritual dreams one by one: mastering English in pulsing Melbourne, completing Ironman New Zealand, creating financial independence, surfing at the world’s most sought-after beaches, and rebuilding a Peruvian family’s flood-ravaged home, among other adventures.
What makes a life fully lived? Comfort? Conventional success? According to The Art of Fully Living, it’s all about the thrill and satisfaction that come from a continuous quest for adventure and self-discovery.
What's on your bucket list? Are you ready to embark on the exhilarating journey you were born to live? Let The Art of Fully Living empower you with its compelling stories and empowering lessons and action plans.
If You Read Anything Else This Year, Make Sure That It Is This Book - A Real Game Changer! Terri Hall
A must read, unless you are already dead. I have been re-inspired to lean into my own life as the limited and ecstatic opportunity that it is.. Mimi Bell
Tal Gur, a blogger, lifestyle entrepreneur, and devoted adventurer, has spent a decade pursuing 100 major goals around the globe. But his journey had its challenges. Like most people, he faced crippling self-doubt and struggled for a sense of purpose. Behind every difficulty he discovered a life-changing gift, and now he's passing what he learned onto others.
"An inspiring and insightful read" Regina Grinberg
Game Changer!!! This book definitely changed my perspective on living. It clearly points out how special and short life is. Myiesha Rocks
This adroit book unifies several ideas that others have grasped at. There are shades of Simon Sinek's "Start With Why", William B. Irvine's "A Guide To The Good Life" and Garry Keller's "The One Thing" Nathan Rose
Descriptive writing in this modern coming of age story describing the journey from classic success to personal fulfillment. Dr. Karen Thorson
A book that changed my life. After finishing “The Art of Fully Living” I felt more empowered and more decided to achieve my goals and to take the steps towards them. This is a book I will keep very close, as it deserves more than one reading. I recommend it with all my heart..! Lilly's Book World
I wish that I had read it long before now...it was exceptional! Antwan Floyd Sr. Author of Dope Fiction
A truly inspiring book.. Tal makes you want grab a piece of paper and a pen to work out your own life goal list right away after reading a few pages. Not sure how to achieve your goals or even to have goals? Read this book! Susanne Rode
A book that you don’t want to put down until you finish. It is full of valuable insights and practical advice. This is the book that stays with you and makes you think about your life. Reader
This is definitely a book that can put you on another level in your life and experience things that seems unreachable. A lot of wisdom in the very concise form. The sooner you read it the better for you. Krystian Koronowski
Engaging - Practical - Inspiring. The book captured my attention from beginning end. The personal stories shared reminded me of promises I’ve made to myself to show up and play full out. Carolyn Wellson
I cried a few times throughout the book -- felt so real, like I was there. Tal not only shares his journey but provides actionable takeaways that really helped me in my own journey moving forward. Highly recommended for anyone who is ready to invest in their own personal development... Bunty S.
This isn't your typical self-help book. It isn't aimed at "fixing" a specific problem, but rather to fix a problem outlook... How much farther could I have come by now, had I read this book a few years ago?... Read this book. You won't be sorry that you did, I swear. Jeremy Menefee
An Uplifting and An Amazingly Well Written and Thought Out! I Highly suggest this one especially if you feel "Stuck or Unhappy" in your personal life and success...This book will open the doors to "Freedom." Cat Lyon
Incredibly well written... It's a fast read, I didn't want it to end. Alec Reisneron
This book is incredible! I love the way it is written, the way Tal is able to engage us in his Journey. Rosa Maria Faustino Brissos
Inspiring. Life-affirming. Chock full of strategies and ideas. If ever you've needed someone to pull you off your couch and push you into the world of living, Tal's your guy. Doreen C.
The Art of Fully Living is a huge inspiration!..I couldn’t put it down! After reading this book, I’ve recommitted to a scary career move that I’ve been putting off for a while. Jamey
Out of the hundreds of audiobooks I have listened to, this one is in a class of its own! Donald Barnhart