Enjoying a successful achievement is only the first stage in the desire to master success. The term Success Mastery conjures up the thought that an individual can enjoy a repeatable success at will – proving it was not an isolated incident, but predictably achieved.
Accepting that premise of Success Mastery, how can YOU go about mastering success? Success Mastery can be achieved in numerous ways. Among the most logical approaches are: learning from personal experience or from others, from observation, or even from a needs-based mindset (necessity is the mother of invention). Whichever method we choose, it is a fundamental truism that learning from others who are successful will put us on a faster track to success than we can likely find on our own. This is where the authors in this book can help.
On your search for Success Mastery, hear what Jack Canfield adds on the critical element of focus:
Successful people maintain a positive focus in life no matter what is going on around them. They stay focused on their past successes rather than their past failures, and on the next action steps they need to take – to get them closer to the fulfillment of their goals – rather than on all the other distractions that life presents to them.
Authors: Larry Pino; ChamBria Henderson; Mary Ann Kehler; Rohit Bassi; James Dicks; Mike Dorland; Albert Allen; Dawn Nic; Clorinda Canelli-Palandri; Bill Truesdale; Jason Stepehnson; Harry Smith; Dr. Edna Joyce C. Santon; Nina Kelly; Rita Dunham; and Katrina Early.