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Steven K. Scott takes a while to get to his message as he reiterates what he will present and how he struck it rich after failing in his first eight jobs. While his advice is good, if sometimes familiar, you have to be a bit patient to find it since his 15 sharp success strategies aren't always his chapter headings. He offers techniques for turning your personal vision into a reality, and includes numerous anecdotes about how famous historic figures achieved their goals. He also provides useful worksheets, comparison charts, summaries, definitions, steps, actions and goals. Scott tends to repeat examples and spotlight his own achievements, so this is a bit extended, but getAbstract finds that his detailed case histories and solid counsel carry the day.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How to use 15 strategies for success;
  • How to turn your ideas into action; and
  • How historic "super achievers" persisted, with passion, until they succeeded.
 

About the Author

Steven K. Scott also wrote A Millionaire's Notebook and Simple Steps to Impossible Dreams. After failing in nine jobs, he launched several successful corporations.

 

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Master Mentors
People who are "super achievers" do things differently. They use unconventional approaches to reach their goals, regardless of their circumstances, whether they are rich or poor, and highly educated or street-smart. In contrast, many people achieve normal goals and work ...

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