So, I've created a year's set of bookmarks to help you learn The Everies system and steadily accomplish goals throughout the next financial year: these are The Everies Learning Curve Bookmarks. They can be printed then cut out and used as actual bookmarks in your regular diary or viewed electronically in daily columns. I discovered I can email the PDF to my Kindle account & view the columns day by day on my phone. I even sent The Everies Book to it, with ‘Convert’ typed in the subject line so I can refresh myself on pages of the Book whenever I want (without having to put my glasses on...). Note that this conversion method doesn’t work well for the Bookmarks because it doesn’t keep table formatting etc.; but for the Book, it’s great that I don’t have to scroll back & forth to read each line! I’m going to learn more about formatting for different e-book readers, but that’s another project.
Until at least midnight, 30 June 2017, this 160-page companion volume is completely free with your sale-priced Everies Book download. Yes! I want as many people as possible to experience the Everies way so I’ve reduced the price of The Everies Book to just A$7.99 for this same end-of-financial-year period. If you already have the Book, simply ‘purchase’ the The Everies Learning Curve Bookmarks download for free on its own.
I know some people may want to try the free book first without buying The Everies Book, and that’s okay, but I must warn you that the Bookmarks refer heavily to terms and theory in the Book, without further explanation. It would be foggy-going, but with a little imagination you might be able to get decent results. You could try searching new terms on my blog to see if they’ve been discussed there.
I’d welcome any feedback about using the raw Bookmarks so daringly! They definitely work better with the Book.
and makes next financial year look more appealing.