Danville, CA (PRWEB) December 21, 2007
The US has a $1 trillion economy; surely there is enough wealth and prosperity for anyone wishing to have a happy new year according to the new book, "The Karma of Success" by Alex Tran. This is a positive message for those who make New Years resolutions and want to be successful at keeping them.
America is the land of plenty, but abundance is not really about wealth. The book, "The Karma of Success" states that it is about the freedom to do what you want to do when you want to do it. And you don't need great wealth to have this freedom. The first part of the book offers success stories of people getting over their fears by taking baby steps. The second part of the book shares a practical plan to seed your success in the New Year.
"Whether you want to make money, lose weight, create new friendships, or spend more time with your family, the first part of success is to get over your fear of success," said Tran. "The second part is to have a plan of action to attract life's abundance."
Many books have been written on the subject of finding success. However, very few have offered such a detailed and step-by-step action plan to create and sustain success. The idea is to systematize success so that you can experience it over and over again according to "The Karma of Success."
"The Karma of Success: Amazingly Simple Actions You Can Take to Emerge as a Winner Every Time" is available in paperback (ISBN 978-1430310273). You can order your copy from Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, and other book retailers. It is also available directly from Alex Tran's web site, http://www.karmaofsuccess.com.
About Alex Tran
Alex Tran teaches busy people how to be more entrepreneurial, how to create cash flows, how to convert cash flows into wealth assets and most importantly, how to create time for what they truly love. His web site offers articles, videos, reports and a blog for people who want to attract health, wealth and life's abundance for the New Year.
If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Alex Tran, please call 925-895-1837 or email Mr. Tran at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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