If you’re like most people, your concept of what it takes to be successful is the exact opposite of the truth! Ask entrepreneurs like Richard Branson (Virgin companies) or Howard Schultz (Starbucks) and they’ll tell you: success is about following your intuition or “gut instinct” more than special skills or higher education. It’s about letting go rather than grasping. It’s about following your heart, not your head. And that’s very good news for you. Because as Jaden Sterling writes in his new book The Alchemy of True Success, you were born with everything you need to live a spectacular life. The answers are already within you, all you have to do is learn the “alchemy” of success and live it. Jaden is an enthusiastic supporter of the belief that we manifest in our lives what we think. We create our own reality. What we dream, what we envision is what we become. This is perhaps the most liberating realization in human history: that we are NOT victims of circumstance! It is unusual in a book such as this to find a section about the physical body and healthy habits, but Jaden is not alone in believing that mind, body and spirit are inseparable – and therefore you must address your physical health as part of any program of seeking true success. That’s why you’ll read about caring for your physical self – including the all-important pineal gland that’s the seat of your spirit. What you’ll get from reading this book: • Liberation to pursue and achieve your dreams • Techniques that will prepare you for the greatness to come • A new, positive understanding of your place in the universe • A surge of optimism and confidence in yourself • A new understanding of what true success really is • Self-evaluation after each chapter to keep you on track as you prepare yourself for a very different approach to life. After reading The Alchemy of True Success you will be well prepared to consciously create the life of your dreams!
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Published January 26, 2013
by Wealth of Wisdom Publishing.
Self Help, Business & Economics, Religion & Spirituality.