What is the first thing you would do, and how does that apply to your personal life?
Before I answer that question, let me introduce myself.
My name is Karim H. Ismail, and for 20 years I managed unique, architectural projects exactly like these, worth over $1 billion.
But even as I supervised the construction of magnificent buildings, my personal life was in shambles because I was a workaholic with no life balance.
I took mega doses of morphine for severe back pain and still couldn’t even walk to the end of my driveway. I put on a lot of weight because of all the inactivity. My kids grew distant from me. My wife and I were no longer as close as we once were. Spiritually, I was adrift. My business was bleeding after the internet crash of 2001. My family’s financial future was in jeopardy, as debts kept piling up, just as our children were ready to start university.
There were times I considered taking an overdose of the narcotics I took for my back pain to end it all …
Fortunately, one bitterly cold February morning as I stepped outside to try to attempt a short walk, I had an insight that hit me like a ton of bricks and helped me transform my life.
Today I live a pain-free life and am an accomplished mountain hiker. For five years, I’ve been near my ideal weight. My family relationships are deep and close-knit. I have regained my lost spirituality. Our finances are stable once again and we are debt free. And I am doing what I love: helping others transform their lives.
This life transformation happened because it finally occurred to me why my former professional life as a manager of huge construction projects had always been successful, even as my personal life spiraled downward.
This gets back to my earlier question of the first thing you would you do if you were in charge of the construction of a building worth millions of dollars….
You’d create a blueprint!
I never started a building project without a highly detailed blueprint.
Our lives are more important than a building yet 99.9% of us do NOT have a blueprint for our lives. Do you? I did not have one, and my life became a mess.
After that cold February walk, I immediately set to work on a blueprint for my own life, using the principles I learned as a manager of building projects. I also undertook five years of intensive research, reading and workshops to refine a system to achieve and exceed all my life goals (after all, people are different and far more complex than buildings!). The result was Keep Any Promise: a blueprint for designing your future.
I’ve been sharing this system with many people recently, and they have achieved great success.
I’d like to share this system with you. So if you crave financial abundance, great health, wonderful relationships, a strong spiritual connection, and a positive world impact, then I have the perfect, step-by-step blueprint to keeping your promises.