There's that urge to act, to do something. You notice it when your muscles twitch as you sit in traffic behind a maddening crowd of Friday afternoon commuters.
You are different, you have a dream. You want to lead a life of freedom dictated only by your aspirations. You don't want to lead a life focused on your company's clients, mission statements, and policies about sick leave and vacation.
This book, The Power of just Doing Stuff: How Local Action Can Change the World provides a nudge you need to break free. I can see it is playing out. You use that restless energy and read the book in one day. You are smart and fast. Some story about others doing stuff, like the people who started Transition Streets on page 50 gets your attention and the next thing you know you are imaging what you can do on your own.
You realize that don't have to wait for permission. Next you are making things happen in your community and people see you as the leader. You are not the employee your boss ignores. Then it happens, you take the next step and start your own thing.
You are surprised that it was so easy. Things are falling into place. Life is good. No more Friday afternoon traffic jams! Read it and write to tell me what your life is becoming because of this little book.