SAN DIEGO, CA (PRWEB) September 9, 2003
John Assaraf should have been in jail or dead. Breaking and entering, theft, drugs, the streets were John's playground. In the streets, he was a winner. He had dirty money in his pockets and a gang of friends to back him up if things got tough. How, then, did he go from a scrappy street kid and gang ringleader to a highly successful CEO and multimillion-dollar entrepreneur?
ÂWe were born without instruction manuals," says Assaraf. "The universe operates by exact and precise laws that affect us every moment. We forever try to figure out how all the pieces fit together on the fly including how to use our powerful mind to create success in each area of our life."
Now, in his first-ever inspirational guide Assaraf opens the door to teach others how to create the life of their dreams in THE STREET KID'S GUIDE TO HAVING IT ALL (Longstreet Press, August 2003, Hardcover $21.95).
THE STREET KID'S GUIDE gives us the tools, the instructions, encouragement and an introduction to the subconscious mind backed by scientific study to live a life we've always imagined, but were never taught exactly how to achieve.
Through the book, you'll learn to:
Â Learn to use the seven natural laws to help you achieve success.
Â Understand and apply your six intellectual functions
Â Develop and utilize the seven-power factors highly successful people use.
Â Apply the most advanced techniques world-class athletes and entrepreneurs use to uncover and eliminate mental obstacles.
Â Utilize the Life Design Matrix to pinpoint and design the exact life you truly want.
Â Tap into and harness natureÂs unlimited intelligence and energy.
Â Use the power of your subconscious mind to develop empowering success habits.
"You can choose your beliefs," promises Assaraf. "Those beliefs will propel you to your ultimate life of having it all. DonÂt just sit on the sideline waiting for things to change.Â Assaraf inveighs, ÂTake charge and make your dreams come true.Â
THE STREET KIDÂS GUIDE TO HAVING IT ALL
By John Assaraf
August 2003 Â Hardcover; 180 pages
Michael R. Drew
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