Greenville, South Carolina (PRWEB) March 10, 2014
Often, self-help books tell readers they can “have it all,” by following the rules: set goals, work hard, etc. Luckily, Dan Waldschmidt’s Edgy Conversations: How Ordinary People Achieve Outrageous Success is, well, far more edgy. Waldschmidt imparts four main points of advice upon readers, each represented by a letter in the word “edgy.” On Wednesday, March 12th, Waldschmidt will hold a conference call discussing the letter “d” which stands for “discipline”.
For the call on March 12th, readers will be able to dial in to 424.203.8405, using the pin number 947128, to speak to Waldschmidt about discipline, one of the four common traits he has identified in those who are outrageously successful.
“The only thing standing between you and outrageous success is continuous progress, which only comes with discipline,” says Waldschmidt. Discipline, however, can be as much about denying as it is about doing: when we become addicted to giving into immediate gratification, it becomes easy to let things slip. However, Waldschmidt warns that his can be crippling in the long run, and plans to share some of his own stories concerning discipline during the call.
Who: Dan Waldschmidt, author of Edgy Conversations, readers, and people who are interested in achieving their highest potential, instead of holding themselves back.
What: A conference call to discuss the discipline shared by successful people, and to share more of his insights on success with participants.
When: March 12, 2014, at 9 PM EST
Where: 424.203.8405, pin number 947128
Waldschmidt says that this book and his calls are for those people who are tired of working tirelessly to attain success and still coming no closer to achieving it. “The secret is continuous doing- stopping and starting causes damage, whether it’s a marathon or your career. Discipline looks like insanity, until it doesn’t,” he concludes.
Dan Waldschmidt was born five weeks late and has been making up lost time ever since. He got a standard entry-level job right out of college, but then he changed the sales process, earned millions of dollars for the company, and became CEO by the time he was 25. Now he works primarily as a business strategist and speaker. Dan and his team help companies all over the world arrive at business-changing breakthrough ideas by moving past outdated conventional wisdom, social peer pressure, and the selfish behaviors that stop them from being high performers. The Wall Street Journal calls his blog, Edgy Conversations, one of the “Top 7” sales blogs anywhere on the Internet. He’s been profiled in Business Week, INC Magazine, Business Insider, and on dozens of radio programs. Hundreds of his articles on unconventional business strategy have been published. Dan is also an avid runner.