What Is The Secret To Success?

    • Doesn’t it seem like Successful people know something you don’t?
    • Have you ever noticed leaders look at life differently than the average population?

I’m not talking about just making a lot of money. I’m talking about real success. True happiness. What is the secret to success? What do other leaders know that you don’t?

If you’re the type of person, who knows you deserve more in life, I’d like to share what brought me to write the book, “How To Be Successful: Think Like A Leader

By the time I was 27 years old, I was the owner of several companies in various industries, including medical, fashion, manufacturing, distribution, and pharmaceuticals. I had become successful at a young age. Life was great!

Everything changed when I started having daily grand mal seizures. In 2010, I was diagnosed with brain cancer. Oncologists gave me only 60-90 days to live. I lost absolutely everything as I became unable to drive, live alone, or remember small details such as if I’d eaten or taken an insulin shot. Everything I had researched, the businesses I had built, and even my memory were gone.

My family took me to Tijuana, Mexico, to pursue alternative treatments. Uncertain whether I’d survive or not, I was inspired to make a difference in as many lives as possible.

I began contacting leaders I admired and asking questions. How To Be Successful: Think Like A Leader is a compilation of true stories & conversations with entrepreneurs to help you in your journey to success.


    • A self-made millionaire shares how he went from being homeless to owning a Ferrari.
    • Stop taking ownership of misfortune and become successful with the resources you have.
    • US Navy SEAL Team Sniper Jeff Wobig shares his morning routine and the simple steps he takes to absolutely maximize every single day.
    • When asked about a weakness or personal character flaw in Chapter 12, Paul Watson said, “I’m a believer that nobody will allow themselves to lose forever. You can look at somebody when they go through a divorce. When somebody leaves a marriage, many times, they’re saying, “I’m not going to put up with losing all the time.” They feel like they’re always losing in the relationship. The other person walks on them and mistreats them. So, what I’ve come to find out is this: being competitive is terrific as long as everybody wins, but when you win at the expense of other people, then it’s no longer a good trait, but it’s a character flaw. It’s a weakness. So, I’m working on that loyalty piece, saying, “How do we all win? How are we all – for each other?”
    • Eric Payne shares some incredible insights about truly being yourself and living in your strengths. Eric hosts “The Annual Attempt To Burn The House Down Party” every year, and it’s an absolute blast. I think you’ll love this chapter!
    • Caujuan Mayo shares how he went from prison to launching multiple successful companies and publishing over a dozen books.
    • Does this sound like you? You’re the butt of all jokes. You’re disrespected continuously by your friends and significant other. It doesn’t always have to be that way. Learn to “teach people how to treat you” in Chapter 18.
    • Nathan Schulhof has worked with and consulted for Apple since 1980. He’s known as the Father of the MP3 Player. If you own a portable media player or a smartphone, chances are you own a product that uses the technology invented by Nathan Schulhof. Mr. Schulhof shares a unique perspective on being a comfortable minimalist after making a fortune at a young age.
    • Develop winning habits to set yourself up for success.

There is so much I’d like to share!

Get your copy of How To Be Successful & Think Like A Leader now!

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