This mindset on how to achieve one's "impossible dreams" took Star Wars alumni Nick Maley from low-income housing, through self-doubt and uncertainty, to become a respected specialist on some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters. This, his second book provides tips and pointers on developing the right outlook to undertake the difficult journey toward living your dreams. It turns traditional wisdom on its head, examining the fears and traditions that discourage us from taking the "risk" of reaching for the stars while pointing out that another word for "normal" is average.Nick's diverse life experiences have given him a unique insight into living outside the box. Renowned worldwide as "That Yoda Guy" for his involvement as a key contributor in the creation of Yoda for the classic Star Wars trilogy, he made 53 movies before trading his Ferrari for a sailboat and settling in the Caribbean. An artist, movie maker, writer, entrepreneur, poet, and philanthropist, he successfully navigated the pitfalls of freelance living and self-employment, living life as he wanted to live it and rubbing shoulders with hundreds of famed individuals. All just because he dared to be that little guy who thought big.Today, in his 60s, Nick's non-profit Follow Your Star Foundation, http://FYSF.de, encourages youngsters to follow their dreams, overcome negativity and live extraordinary lives. The "Do or Do Not" Outlook uses Yoda's most famous words to inspire us all to do the same thing and celebrate those very qualities that make others think of you as "different."A short autobiographical section outlines specifically how this outlook helped him overcome specific problems on his rise to success.