The Success Blueprint
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"Edward Fitzgerald and the World's Leading Entrepreneurs & Professionals Reveal Their Blueprint to Success in Health, Wealth & Lifestyle"
Featuring Edward Fitzgerald & Brian Tracy
“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” ~ Lao Tzu
About the book
THE SUCCESS BLUEPRINT IS THE ARCHITECTURAL RENDITION OF WHAT SUCCESS SHOULD LOOK LIKE. IT WILL GIVE YOU THE DETAIL AND VARIOUS VIEWS OF THE CONCEPT.
It is no secret that achieving goals is a personal and individual pursuit. Your goals are invariably different to those of your neighbour. One important secret in pursuing your goal is in your ability to identify it clearly and distinctly. Accomplishing any goal for success requires us to make changes to the identified product/service/present condition or situation, in order to produce what we are trying to achieve.
While difficult to define success succinctly, we have been given many pointers along the way. Successful and well-known people have always given us food for thought. A few examples are:
“Don’t let what you cannot do
interfere with what you can do.” ~ John R. Wooden
“What the mind can conceive,
it can achieve.” ~ Napoleon Hill
“If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” ~ Milton Berle
The CelebrityExperts® in this book have dedicated themselves to their goals. Their blueprints include the good, the bad and the ugly. They are not afraid of success or failure. Their experiences will guide and mentor you as you pursue your own goals and begin designing your own SUCCESS BLUEPRINT.
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THE POWER OF POSITIVE THINKING
It was a red rag to a bull.
About a year after my head injury, I expressed my frustration to my counsellor.
“I am working with a firm that is stuck in little league; I always used to consult with clients who were in the premier league.”
“You are going through a period of bereavement for your memory loss,” she said. “You won’t be able to perform at the same professional level as you did before.”
I got very angry. I snorted. I huffed and puffed. I actually became that bull for a moment. I remember saying a few things that I later regretted. But the other half of my reaction – the flipside of my anger – was that I promised myself, there and then, that I would become 100% more successful than I was prior to my injury!
I had total belief that the human brain is an amazing organ and that I would recover. I'd already discovered that I was able to learn and recall new information. I had social proof that others who had been told they would never walk again, had indeed walked unaided. And if they could do it, then so could I!