MACON, GA (PRWEB) February 06, 2013
They say that everybody can learn anything as humans are gifted with a bigger brain that allows them to think and find solution when faced with a challenge. Author Michael Fulmore answers the frequently asked question about the existence of failure and why too many still fail to succeed in his new publication, Ambition.
According to him, people possess the know-how and the knowledge to succeed, and the only thing holding them back from overcoming their limitations is the right philosophy. Without that, even the genius and the most skilled person will have a very limited chance to succeed. With the right philosophy, one can literally take the limits off of life. It can give one freedom to explore possible potentials and work on it. It can change one’s state of health, finances and relationships. With the right philosophy, everything is possible.
Readers will learn that life is meant to be lived, not tolerated, they're worth more than what they think, they know exactly what they need to do, earn their worth and they can demand anything and gain great information to make great decisions. Everything changes when they see themselves differently. They will have the chance to prove that anything can happen as long as they have the proper expectations and enough willpower to turn the tables from impossible to attainable.
Going through the pages of this book will make the readers believe that they can achieve every goal they set, every dream they yearn for and every aspiration they long from deep within their hearts. All their life’s ambitions are not so unreachable anymore; they have the means to win at living. Ambition is truly motivating and a must-read for each and everyone.
About the Author
Michael Fulmore is an author, educator and entrepreneur. As an investor in businesses and real estate he enjoys using his profits to forward philanthropic endeavors around the world. Fulmore resides in Georgia.
Ambition * by Michael Fulmore
Win at Living
Publication Date: January 28, 2013
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 135 pages; 978-1-4797-7877-5
Trade Hardback; $22.99; 135 pages; 978-1-4797-7878-2
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