SUCCESS BREAKTHROUGHS

Leading Entrepreneurs & Professionals Reveal Their Secrets for Breaking Through to Success

There have been countless books written on Success. The word success implies a desirable outcome from someone’s actions.


As we know, success is the satisfaction we receive from attaining our goals. . . and most of us have different goals.


The methods used to attain goals are typically multi-faceted. They could be some combination of knowledge, inventing a product or developing a service, helping a cause that is near and dear to your heart, fame and fortune, or maybe coaching and guiding others to their goals in life. Then again, your success breakthrough may be in accomplishing something totally different that will serve others in good stead.


Note that in every case, success has a beginning and an end, and nothing starts without action. Thomas Edison’s quotation that he had not failed, but rather found 10,000 ways that didn’t work, serves to remind us that perseverance and action are two of the essential qualities needed for Success Breakthroughs. Then again, you can start with a goal in mind, but if you never finish, the unattained-goal is like yet another asteroid floating in space – matter without a home or meaning to us.


The CelebrityExperts® in this book have enjoyed their successes and learned from their failures. They have found a path to Success Breakthroughs. With guidance from them, you can pursue your own goal while using their experiences to light the way. They have a track record and, as Tony Robbins says: “...success leaves clues!”


There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.
~ Colin Powell

SUCCESS MASTERY

The World's Leading Entrepreneurs and Professionals Reveal their Roadmap to Health, Wealth and Success

Enjoying a successful achievement is only the first stage in the desire to master success. The term Success Mastery conjures up the thought that an individual can enjoy a repeatable success at will – proving it was not an isolated incident, but predictably achieved.


Accepting that premise of Success Mastery, how can YOU go about mastering success? Success Mastery  can be achieved in numerous ways. Among the most logical approaches are: learning from personal experience or from others, from observation, or even from a needs-based mindset (necessity is the mother of invention). Whichever method we choose, it is a fundamental truism that learning from others who are successful will put us on a faster track to success than we can likely find on our own. This is where the authors in this book can help.


On your search for Success Mastery, hear what Jack Canfield adds on the critical element of focus:


Successful people maintain a positive focus in life no matter what is going on around them. They stay focused on their past successes rather than their past failures, and on the next action steps they need to take – to get them closer to the fulfillment of their goals – rather than on all the other distractions that life presents to them.

Leo Learns A Lesson

Coming Soon!

Grace Has A Silent Voice

Life often reveals itself in ways we would not choose. Yet in those devastating times, the resilience of the human spirit has the opportunity to shine. It is in those moments that Grace comes to weave the fabric we call life. Herein are the stories told in letters to my friend.

Saving Wednesday's Child

In February 1892, Alfred Clay mobilized an army of progressive-mindedcitizens of New Orleans to wage "war against all the enemies of little children." Patterned after child-advocacy movements in England and thenortheastern United States the group incorporated as The Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (LSPCC), and saved thousands ofchildren from poverty, abuse, and delinquency. The work took the organization's staff into dismal shanties, overcrowded tenements, exploitiveoyster canneries and cotton mills, and sad drug cribs of Storyville. Among the LSPCC's many success stories was Louis Armstrong, who thrived at thewaif's home the society operated. Today the organization remains committed to children and operates under the names of the Children's Bureau of New Orleans