Journeys To Success by Lacey Ann Moen-Rubleski
21 Millennials Share Their Astounding Stories Based On The Success Principles Of Napoleon Hill

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews


Journeys To Success: The Millennial Edition is the fourth volume in this extraordinary book series. If you are looking for real-life stories that break the stereotype of today’s younger digital natives, this is the book for you.

Time to get rid of your Generational Stereotypes.
Each author recounts their personal experiences, and sacred moments of complete and utter failure…and the wisdom gained and the lessons learned that gave them the strength to dramatically shift their mindset. Based on the success principles of Napoleon Hill, each author begins their story from the worst moment in their lives—the turning point—revealing the driving force behind what they do today to make this world a better place.

Award-winning business author Brad Szollose and Napoleon Hill Instructor Tom Cunningham bring together 21 of the most extraordinary Millennials ever assembled for a deep dive into what it takes to be successful.

Believe this is a generation of coddled brats that need emotional stroking to get through life? Guess again. Get ready for an eye-opening journey. Whatever your current circumstances or life situation, the stories in Journeys to Success: Volume 4: The Millennial Edition will deeply connect and shed light on the fact that this generation is mentally tough, unwilling to play it safe and doing big things.

And we warn you in advance: this book contains strong language and intense situations that would crush a less developed soul. A must read gift for anyone who wants to understand Millennial Thinking.

Authors include: Lacey Ann Moen-Rubleski, Ryan D. Kelly, David Benzaquen, Chad De Luca, Andrew Fayad & Simon Casuto, Katrina Lockard, Sebastian Edmond, Mark Jackson II, Sara Gabriella, David Torres, Danielle Rubenfeld, Gabriel Garcia, Adam Hommey, Kristi Crum, Lee Constantine, Sania Jamil, Chris Ake, Jay Patel, Kirk Holmes and Carmelo “Scotty” Ramos.

Foreword by Brad Szollose
Introduction by Tom “too tall” Cunningham

About Lacey Ann Moen-Rubleski

See more books from this Author
Published November 4, 2016 by John Westley Publishing. 297 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Business & Economics, Self Help. Non-fiction