The 7-Part Program That Shows You How to Succeed Without Struggle (Simon & Schuster, 2002
Foreword by Richard Carlson, Ph.D., author of Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff…and it’s all small stuff
From the back cover: In this life-changing book, sought-after personal coach and extreme athlete, Rich Fettke, doesn’t just lead us down the path to success, he shows us that it can be easier and, yes, more fun. By applying the lessons he has learned from extreme sports in this seven-part program, he shows us that learning to take risks is as important as doing your homework. Using quizzes, captivating stories, and specific step-by-step strategies, Rich explains how you can:
- Create your own “luck”
- Develop the courage for change
- Use partnerships & alliances to expand possibilities
- Take action and stay focused on your most important goals
- Make fear your friend
- Get — and STAY — in the zone
About the Author
Rich Fettke has helped thousands of entrepreneurs improve their businesses, grow their wealth, and live more fulfilling lives. He is the Co-CEO of Real Wealth Network, which, since 2003, has helped over 29,000 members improve their financial intelligence and acquire cash flowing income properties.
Rich’s work has been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers including USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, and Entrepreneur Magazine. He has also been a guest on every major TV network and on dozens of radio shows including NPR and the Dr. Laura Show. His diverse clientele includes IBM, Prudential, Century 21, Morgan Stanley and the United States Army.
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