'Looking out of my window as the rain lashed down during one of those grey austerity-ridden days in post-war Britain, I made two of the biggest decisions of my life; one, never to spend winter in England again; two, to write the spy story to end all spy stories'.
That was Ian Fleming sometime in the late 1940s or early 1950s making the most important decision in his life. It all also gave birth to James Bond.
What Ian Fleming was describing there was how he made two decisions that ultimately change his life from one of disatisfaction and unhappiness to one that not only changed his life, but changed the lives of some many people who have been entertained by the whole James Bond industry.
Why not be as bold and make those big decisions now? When Ian Fleming made that decision he was 41 and unmarried.
Carl Pullein is a world-renowned teacher on productivity and time management who helps people around the world to create a life of success and happiness.