AARP the Pledge. Your Master Plan for an Abundant Life by Michael Masterson

By Michael Masterson

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Successful humans do not sit down round anticipating every little thing to be "100%" correct or to be "absolutely certain" they'll prevail. they do not desire absolute insurance, simply because they become aware of lifestyles does not offer any. To get what they wish out of lifestyles, they set particular pursuits and prepare a proper plan to accomplish these pursuits, one step at a time. winning humans understand that the price of failure is simple in comparison to that of state of no activity. Failure capacity they're smarter the following time. inactivity capacity there isn't any subsequent time-there's just a life of remorse. In The Pledge: Your grasp Plan for an considerable Life, writer Michael Masterson finds the best way to turn into successful-and not only financially, yet in each zone of existence. The book

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Since my grades were mediocre, I had no chance of getting a college scholarship. And since my parents couldn’t afford to help me with tuition, I had no choice but to attend a local community college. The community college was happy to take my $400 a year, and would be equally happy to give me the Cs I had been earning in high school. But I wasn’t willing to live that life any longer. I realized that, oddly enough, my lack of success was a benefit in disguise. I was about to put myself in an academic environment where mediocrity held sway—where I would be competing with other high-school screw-ups just like me.

I spent the first 17 years of my life dreaming about success but having none. In my freshman year of college I decided to change that. I learned to learn and became an A student. Twenty-two years later, I discovered goal setting. Three years later, I was a millionaire. When I began writing Early to Rise in 1999, I learned how to prioritize my goals. That allowed me to achieve my first and most cherished dream: becoming a successful writer. At ETR, needless to say, we set long-term business goals and medium-term objectives.

I realized that, oddly enough, my lack of success was a benefit in disguise. I was about to put myself in an academic environment where mediocrity held sway—where I would be competing with other high-school screw-ups just like me. What if I used the remaining time I had in high school to prepare for a new and better life in college? What if I directed my energy toward developing skills and habits that would help me succeed over the next four years? And that’s exactly what I did. The Saturday after I made my big decision to change, I drove my 1956 Bel Air to Nassau Community College in Hempstead, New York.

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