Success Breakthroughs

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(R) 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

Authors: Jack Canfield; Tola Gbadebo; June Ryan, RADM, USCG (Ret.); Nina M. Kelly, Ph.D.; Dr. Paul Anderson; Jennifer N. Price; Stacey Griffin, Ph.D.; Sumit Ganguli; Greg Rollett; Didi Wong; Yolanda Payne; J.W. Dicks, Esq.; LaNae Maughan; Barbara Steingas; Sherry McCool; Breese Stevens; Nick Nanton; Steve Jurich, AIF®, IQ Wealth Management; Sheila Cash; Ron Johnson; Sherrie Lewis-Massie; Cynthia Lett; Victor Dedaj; Toni Camacho, Ph.d.; Alexandra Jackson; Geri Magee, Ph.D.; Lari Ward; Laureen Gabrielle; Charmaine Betty-Singleton; Carol Barkes, CPM; Gina Brown; Rosie Unite; Claudel E. Kuek; Ginger Bell; and Francis Papineau.