Random House – a partnership to create No Regrets
Windmills team up with publishing giant Random House to help individuals gain a greater sense of control over their lives.
Windmills have an outrageous ambition to inspire people worldwide to realise their true potential and make their unique difference in the world. We cannot achieve this alone, so have collaborated with Random House to support a growing group of people who find themselves stuck in a rut, and unsure what to do. From this publishing partnership, No Regrets on Sunday: The Seven Day Plan to Change Your Life was born.(click here to take a look at this publication)
No Regrets on Sunday is a seven day plan to help you set about changing your life. All you need to do for a week is work your way through a different chapter and carry out the practical exercises they contain. Divided into three simple sections – Read, Think, Act – each chapter is designed to take you about an hour. The step-by-step process focuses on Mindset on Monday, Time on Tuesday, Who you are on Wednesday, Talents on Thursday, Fulfilment on Friday, Satisfaction on Saturday and Support on Sunday. It helps you:
- Work out who you are and who you really want to be;
- Learn how to make the most of the time you have;
- Define your skills and talents and know how to maximise them;
- Start to turn your hopes, dreams and aspiration into reality.
It showcases a range of everyday case studies of ordinary people who have taken small steps to ensure they have no regrets in their lives and provide others with some inspiration as a result.
With thousands of individuals across the world engaging in No Regrets, outstanding reviews have been given by leading experts on career management.
“Brilliant, practical and profound …. Windmills will take your whole life to a completely different level”.
Richard Nelson Bolles
‘What Colour is Your Parachute’
National newspapers have featured individuals’ personal journeys through the book “It has been an exhausting week but I have learned a lot. By challenging negative habits and seeing myself for who I am, I feel better placed to make the most of my strengths and set myself realistic goals. I have a lot to be thankful for but I need to stop burying my head in the sand. I also need to create a long-term vision of where I want to be and that, for me, is going to take a lot longer than seven days.”
Lucy Benyon, Daily Express.
Its real benefit is highlighted by this comment
. “Prepare to be challenged, inspired and motivated because by the end of the seven days you should have a clear idea of how to make your hopes and dreams a reality”. At the heart of this publication is the principle that small bite-sized steps each day can combine to make a big long term difference.
Suzanna Abbot, Senior Publisher, Random House
Bringing this to life there are 101 ways to Have No Regrets on Sunday based on simple actions participants have taken. Click here to buy your copy now