4 Things They Don’t Teach You In School
Isn’t it something? The very personal success tools we need most in life to succeed both socially and in business, are a by-product of going to school but not directly taught. What are they?
- Success – Learning what success really means to us;
- Money – Learning how to handle money; how to develop a personal relationship with money so we can support ourselves;
- Love – Learning social skills that help us connect and thrive in both personal and business relationships;
- Happiness – Learning what truly makes us happy as individuals and how to celebrate our differences.
Live Your Dream is to “life skills planning” as The Wealthy Barber is to “financial planning”. Amazon Book Review.
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Some say, “you don’t have to be good to start … But, you have to start to be good”.
Success is simply the realization of predetermined goals. When you set goals for yourself, you become a success by achieving them. It’s okay to achieve goals, then set them aside and move on to something else. It is okay to change a goal before you achieve it. Just keep moving forward! When you land on a goal that you are passionate about, there will be no stopping you! But like everything else you need to start practising the art of setting goals in the first place.
How do you get started setting goals? In the simplest form, “Make Yourself A Promise, AND KEEP IT!” Deborah Clarke, Author, Live Your Dream.
We all Need To Be Entrepreneurs
Consider, that all persons who are interested in the business of successful living are entrepreneurs – at least at heart. The Dictionary definition of entrepreneur is, “one who organizes, manages and assumes the risk of a business or enterprise.” We all understand the role of entrepreneurs in small business, but consider the word enterprise and its dictionary definition, “a project or undertaking which is difficult, complicated and risky.” Doesn’t that definition apply to life in general?
Life is a big undertaking, it is certainly complicated and risky at the best of times. If you consider yourself an entrepreneur by these definitions, then it seems to make more sense to approach this business of successful living by using the same strategies and drive that you would use for any business venture. As you systematically organize and manage your game plan for life, you’ll find it necessary to spend time soul-searching and thinking about lays ahead for you.
Live Your Dream will be a very helpful tool, after all, you’re risking a lot – your happiness and fulfillment in life. Wouldn’t it be great to have a proven track to follow? Go For It – It’s Your Life – Success Awaits – Live Your Dream!
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Deborah Clarke, Author, Live Your Dream (c) 2017
BIO: Deborah Clarke wrote and published her first book thirty years ago when she was only 28 years old. Chasing success and happiness has been a lifelong theme for Deborah. She started setting goals when she was only 12 years old, by age 26 she felt her life was being scripted like the end of a fairy-tale book when they say, ‘… and they lived happily ever after.’ With all of her major goals to date caught up, she struggled to know what success and happiness should look like moving forward. Her struggles turned into research and writing and Live Your Dream was born. Now, 30 years later, with her family grown she retired from the corporate world and has returned to her entrepreneurial roots and writing. More than chasing success and dreams, Clarke is focusing on making memories. The result is an amazing set of Live Your Dream books that will inspire you to define what success and happiness truly means to you and in that find an inner peace and inner happiness to last a lifetime.
“Imagine all the good we can do in this world when we are all motivated to work to our full potential. You are the only person who can use your potential, so it is your responsibility to figure out ‘what it is’ you should be doing in your life and how it can be authentic to ‘who you are’.” Deborah Clarke, CPA, CMA, MBA