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What separates the achievers from the average? What's the main difference between the habits of the successful and the unsuccessful?
Is there a magic formula to determine if someone is going to make it straight to the top? As I study and learn about the life of various ultra-successful people in their respective fields, I've realized that all of them are different in a lot of areas, but there is one particular aspect that is common to them all - they are all believers of self-improvement.
To further drive my point, here are some sayings of some of the world's best achievers. Most successful people have said about the topic of self-improvement and personal development:
"Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune." Jim Rohn
"Investing in yourself is the best thing you can do. Anything that improves your own talents; nobody can tax it or take it away from you... if you've got talent yourself, and you've maximized your talent, you've got a tremendous asset that can return tenfold." Warren Buffet
"I really had a lot of dreams when I was a kid, and I think a great deal of that grew out of the fact that I had a chance to read a lot." Bill Gates
You see, there is no achievement without improvement. You can wish all you want to become an achiever, for your income to be higher, and for your life to be better, but unless you punch that time card and start improving yourself, nothing will change.
Within this audiobook lies a blueprint with step by step instructions after each chapter to get you well on your way to learning the Secrets Of Achievement.