"There are plenty of books that present general principles of success, but achievement happens through individuals. Stenning's interviews with remarkable people show the wide variety of routes to success, but also the commonalities. Chief amongst these is taking the long view of their life and work. Fascinating reading, and pulled together by the author's insightful observations. Recommended for all who want to achieve their potential."
Tom Butler-Bowdon, author of 50 Success Classics, 50 Psychology Classics and Never Too Late To Be Great: The Power of Thinking Long.
21 INSPIRATIONAL STORIES AND SECRETS TO SUCCESS, BY THOSE WHO HAVE MADE IT.
* What does a man who sold his business for $600 million and later went into space have in common with a Kenyan lady born in a mud hut who became a Paralympian?
* What does a man who has sold 100 million records have in common with a two-star Michelin chef? How about the world's greatest female chess player of all time and a comedian who tells dirty jokes?
Internationally bestselling writer Paul Stenning interviewed 30 successful people from various professions to determine whether there is a pattern to success. Slowly - amongst the blood, sweat and tears - a pattern began to emerge. This is a book about what it takes to achieve success in any endeavour. The stories within this book will forever change your perspective about the possibilities within us all.
FEATURING: DJ JAZZY JEFF, FRANK ABAGNALE, MARIO ANDRETTI, JASON NEWSTED, TOMAS BERDYCH, LESLIE EASTERBROOK, PENELOPE SPHEERIS AND MANY MORE!
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