“DriftAgain” by Todd Saylor is a book that delves into the concept of being ‘Wired Differently’ and focuses on eight traits of supremely purposeful people. It is a motivational and insightful read that urges readers to stop drifting and start achieving.
The book is a collection of Saylor’s thoughts and experiences, reflecting his journey and the lessons he’s learned. Testimonials from various individuals, including a four-time Olympian, a state representative, and successful entrepreneurs, praise the book for its impact and Saylor’s authenticity. These testimonials highlight the book’s focus on overcoming complacency, competitiveness, and the fear of failure.
“DriftAgain” is structured into chapters that each discuss a different aspect of being purposeful and wired differently, including topics like ‘The MARK,’ ‘The EGO,’ ‘The VIEW,’ ‘The PAIN,’ ‘The ODD,’ ‘No MAS,’ and ‘The OWN. A significant part of the book is dedicated to personal stories and experiences of Todd Saylor. In one notable instance, Saylor recounts a life-changing car accident and how it led him to realize the importance of not drifting through life but instead being actively engaged and purposeful.
Saylor emphasizes the importance of being ‘Supremely Purposeful’ and balancing personal ambition (Ego) with empathy and consideration for others. This balance is portrayed as crucial for achieving true success and fulfillment.
In essence, “DriftAgain” is more than just a motivational book; it’s a guide for living a purpose-driven life, marked by self-awareness, resilience, and the pursuit of personal and professional goals. The book seems well-suited for anyone looking for inspiration to overcome personal challenges, aim for higher goals, and live a more meaningful life.