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Publisher's Summary

Why Are You Not Successful Yet? reveals the mindset, habits and philosophies that the successful use to get ahead. It teaches the fundamental components of success that our education system conveniently skipped over. It points out the new wave of offbeat & online wealth that can be caught by anyone who is ready to catch that wave. It shows you how to be the boss of your own life and take control over your time and finances. The era of job security has passed. The new lifestyle trend is putting control in the hands of the people, through crowd-funding sites and companies like Uber, AirBnB, Turo, Amazon and eBay. It shows you ways to make money on your own time and terms and even make money without working, by capitalizing off products of the information age. The hardest thing for a person to do is to adapt their way of thinking when it comes to attracting, keeping and growing money. That's because the lack of money is not a problem, but a symptom. So this book offers practical strategies on how to overcome personal obstacles first, like bad time management, dysfunctional relationships, fears and insecurities so you can have your breakthrough.

©2016 Baje Fletcher (P)2017 The Goal Group

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Good Info, Bad Editing/Production...

I want to say that I'm not new to Baje's books. I have read "A Goal DIgger's Guide," and, as with that book, there was some good, practical advice in this book, but the editing and production left much to be desired. On Production: The music was loud and distracted from Baje's voice when she was introducing the chapter; It was jarring and didn't fit the book. There were several times when sentences - or in one case, nearly a whole paragraph - were repeated, as though multiple takes were recorded, but the extras were not eliminated in the final cut. Baje herself narrates, which could have been an excellent way to connect to her readers/audience, but her cadence is halting and choppy. She struggles to read her own material. On Editing: There are a few times she misuses words. For example, when she uses "ranted," which is when someone goes on and on in an angry, unhappy way, to describe one of her friends speaking with effusive positivity about a recommended book. Simple mistakes like these could be avoided with some pretty basic dictionary usage. Not only that, but the over usage of conjunctive phrases using "and" for emphasis is just unimaginative and basic, as is most of her writing, honestly. I have no doubt that a woman so successful absolutely has a story to tell, insights to share and more practical advice on how to achieve one's goals. I just think she should have hired professionals to help her tell it.

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