Unqualified Success by Rachel M. Stewart // Book Review, Giveaway

Length: 259 pages
Publisher: Independent Publisher (April 24, 2019)
ISBN-10: 1733692509
Genre: Non fiction, Information
Buy On: Amazon

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SYNOPSIS:

The secret to achieving the life you always wanted is found in this book. No matter who you are or what your circumstances are, Unqualified Success will give you practical and real tools that can be implemented today to achieve your goals. BE AN UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS.

The difference between those who achieve massive success and those who only wish they could is not qualification. Instead, everything you need to live the life of your dreams already exists inside of you and can be harnessed and developed through practice. THE CATALYST TO ACT.

This book teaches the principles and gives you real-life tools to put your own power into action. In doing so, you will have the skills to accomplish anything you want in your life. No matter if you are wanting to take the next massive leap in your career or need the courage to act towards the dream you have been waiting to pursue, this book will help you get there.

“As a business leader, the principles in Unqualified Success resulted in tens of millions in growth, positioned me as a leader in my industry, gave me the courage to launch a technology company, write a book, and more importantly, have fun and confidence doing it.” “Rachel Stewart has absolutely nailed the #1 foible in mind management—how we undermine and discredit ourselves—and teaches specifically what to do about it! So genuine, so accurate, so doable! This is the best, most well-written book on personal success thus far in the 21st century. 100% Unqualified Endorsement.”

Dr. Dennis R Deaton, author The Book on Mind Management http://www.unqualifiedtools.com

AUTOR BIO:

If I could give you the best snapshot of myself, I would tell you that I grew up with six brothers. Why is this so significant? It means I am scrappy. I fight hard for what I want. I am passionate, driven, and don’t give up. If I don’t know something, I will figure it out or find someone who does.

That’s how I ended up writing a book. I attribute every success I have ever had (building a business, founding and growing a software company, running an ultra-marathon, being a parent to four beautiful children…the list goes on) to the principles in Unqualified Success and wanted to share it with anyone and everyone.

All of us who are (or want to be) on a trajectory of growth, are unqualified for the next stage. Unqualified Success is about what it takes to do it anyway. The real-life examples, tools, and exercises are pretty awesome and allow you to make measurable progress daily. You can visit unqualifiedtools.com to find out more.

Seriously, get it! And then write a lovely review.

-Rachel M. Stewart

MY REVIEW:

Unqualified Success progressed in a logical fashion that was easily followed. I did not have any problems following the author’s train of thought. She was very clear and articulate.

The author’s purpose in writing the book was to bridge the gap between where the readers are and where they want to be by changing their mindset. She accomplished just that. She explains that the main sticking point for many people is their own thinking. Their thoughts are what is keeping them from accomplishing great things. As a great author once said, “If you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right”.

The author added a story of a man named Mango, who went from basically nothing to a very successful nurse practitioner. She followed along with his story in every chapter. This added a bit of fun relation as the readers could see that if someone from Brazil can go from poverty to success, we have no excuses. Mango’s story proved that one’s level of success is completely based on one’s thinking. Each and every person is only as successful as they want to be.

The target audience for Unqualified Success is PG13 only because an older audience would appreciate and practice the principles more. The book’s greatest value is its simple yet compact content. It was very easy to read and follow, yet it packed a lot of information into such a short book. All of the 259 pages held valuable keys to accomplishing success.

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