Get In The Game


The everyday expression “Get in the game!” is frequently used as an invitation to join an ongoing activity. Used in this book, it is an invitation to be part of a successful business group or activity. Success in life in general, or in business in particular, is measured by different people in different ways, but it is generally interpreted as the overcoming of difficulties to accomplish a goal.

Overcoming difficulty is a good reason for us to celebrate, and the CelebrityExperts® in this book can help you succeed. What they have in common is the proven ability to move over, around or through a problem in a desired and productive direction in a quest to accomplish their goals.

Do you remember a major problem that you faced and battled with mentally, spiritually or financially? Overcoming such difficulties may be defined here as a measure of success. Daily, some combination of analysis, perseverance, innovation and action resolve your difficult issues. However, when we are stumped and meet roadblocks that appear insurmountable, it may be time to call in ‘the heavy artillery.’ That would be a mentor!

Mentors, by definition, are those who can guide you through situations where they have gone before. They will also help you avoid errors they made on their journey.

A mentor serves to make your journey much faster than you could make it on your own. Mentors, like the CelebrityExperts® in this book, will save you time, effort and resources in your quest for success.

These CelebrityExperts® will make it easier for you to… ‘Get In The Game!’

You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else. ~ Albert Einstein

Authors: Matt Cravey; Alana McKinney; Cathie Leimbach; Debby McKinney; Dionne Gordon; Christian G. Koch, CFP, CPWA, CDFA; Dr. Diane Bryan; DJ Thielen; Elliot Grossbard; Paul Mata; Freda Cornelius; Nathan McCoy, Esq.; Gary Wilson, Esq.; Grace Togun Olugbodi; Nick Nanton; JW Dicks; Crystal Talley; Greg Rollett; James Eastman; Joseph Ranseth; Dr. Kerry White Brown; Michele Trost-Hall; Rachel Pappy; Lindsay Dicks; Amy Dawidowicz; Jean R. Lanoue; Deborah Brown; Werner Berger; Greg Watson; Brian Stennett; Loral Langemeier; Kevin Roberts; Kristi Govertsen; Heshie Segal; Ed Carr; Kim Williams; Dawn Tangri; Nicole Granakos; and Kevin Harrington.

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