The Recipe for Success
All your dreams can come true if you have the courage to pursue them. Walt Disney
No Recipe For Success would be complete without a list of ingredients, the preparation instructions, and time and temperature for cooking. Some of the main ingredients would include: knowledge, passion, planning and perseverance. Other additives could include money and mentoring for consistency, body and texture. If you are tempted to add in a tablespoon of luck, you may want to replace the luck with a cupful of action, because in reality, your recipe can never be completed without action, and no one can rely on luck to succeed.
After assembling the raw materials, the next part of the preparation is to devise the correct way to blend and cook them. By now, you will have a picture (plan) in your mind of what the outcome should look and taste like. After some trial-and-error, you may want some advice to help you bring the ‘product’ to completion. As with all plans, some work out easily, while others don’t. So perhaps some cooking advice from a master chef or mentoring by an expert would make the entire process easier.
The Celebrity Experts(R) in this book are mentors who can help you assemble your recipe. These authors have not only produced their own Recipe For Success, but have gained a wealth of experience from doing so. They can help you avoid many difficulties they have encountered on their own journey. With their mentoring, you can ensure that your time and resources are maximized, and you can complete your own Recipe For Success all the faster.
It is literally true that you can succeed best and quickest by helping others to succeed. Napoleon Hill
Authors: Jack Canfield; Dr. John Rosa; Dr. David Seaman; Teri P. Cox; Rafael Nacif; JW Dicks; Nick Nanton; Anthony Caliendo; Bill Farrand; Greg DuPont; Jacqui You; James P. Newton, Ed.D.; Nikki Buckstead; Barbara Van Poole; Seychelle Van Poole; Charlotte Benz; Hosiah Tagara; Steve McNicholas; Richard Harry Johnson; Paula Black; and Karine Einang.