There are some lessons that can only come with age and experience; lessons that make us look back and say, "If I only knew then, what I know now."
And while they're essential to providing answers about ourselves, how we approach life, and even our professional aspirations, there's no doubt we wish we'd had those answers long before we got to that point in our lives.
In Everything I Never Learned in School: A Guide to Success , author Darin Colucci aims to help new college graduates, aspiring entrepreneurs, and those with an immense desire to be successful, navigate life's stumbling blocks by sharing a few insights on how to reach your goals and keep happiness along for the ride.
A straightforward, practical guide for every high school and college student in America, Everything I Never Learned in School: A Guide to Success is made for the relentless spirit within each of us who yearn to get the most out of life.
Filled with easily understood rules for success, humorous and poignant stories, and life lessons, this book demystifies and breaks down success in a way that anyone can understand, including:
- Building a Strong Financial Future
- Scaling the Corporate (or Career) Ladder
- Finding Confidence and Letting Go of Insecurities
- Achieving Goals that Matter to You
- How Success and Happiness Should Always Be Intertwined
- And So Much More
Winner of a 2017 Eric Hoffer Award in the category of Self-Help and Semi-finalist for Book of the Year for the Online Book Club, this is a rare, candid look what life can offer us if we only have a few answers before we get there.
If you're ready to learn how to be successful, and want to live life to its very fullest, get a copy of Everything I Never Learned in School: A Guide to Success today. You'll be happy that you had the right answers to help you through the obstacles ahead.
|Product dimensions:||5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.30(d)|
|Age Range:||14 - 17 Years|
About the Author
Darin has also written several works of fiction, been a successful investor, an entrepreneur, and inventor who recently designed a safety mechanism to stop wandering in daycare centers and Alzheimer units. In addition, he spent 12 years as a college football coach. During that time, he gave dozens of speeches to young adults on such subjects as success, integrity, mind-set, and the importance of attitude.