Abilene, TX, June 25, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- At the core of author Steve Templeton's philosophy is the statement "You can be, do, and have anything you want in life!" As a man who has been a successful dishwasher, soda jerk, short order cook, delivery driver, lifeguard, welder, headhunter, U.S. Marine, Black Belt instructor, supervisor at a Fortune 500 company, locksmith, janitor, professional pilot, private investigator, salesman, multiple-business owner, life coach, public speaker, investor, motivational trainer, and author, he is a living testament to the fact that a person can be successful at any endeavor. The difference is that now Templeton possesses a passion for teaching others how to do so as well.
Success: It Just Ain't that Hard, Y'all! is a well thought-out guide that addresses not only what prevents people from achieving their goals but shows step by step how to overcome blocks, inertia, and poor self-images to create the kind of life one may really wish to have. This powerful little volume summarizes myriad tried and true "success secrets" into a simple 6 step process that can turn abstract dreams into achievable realities.
"Just like you," Templeton says, "I was born helpless, naked and unable to provide for myself. Yet I overcame all those obstacles to become a success in my world. I have always had the ability to accept and apply the simplicity of truths. You can do this too." Simply put, Templeton shows how certain thoughts, feelings, and actions can create positive results.
Templeton is a student of the art and science of human achievement, who has been on a lifelong quest to determine, define, and demystify what it takes to reach one's highest potential in life. Success: It Just Ain't that Hard, Y'all! contains practical gems of wisdom, which if applied are sure to lead to a life lived to the fullest.
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