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. . . . . . . . . . . Master Strategies of Super Achievers
About the Author. Entrepreneur extraordinaire Steven Scott was once a low earner who failed in 9 jobs before he discovered the power of a Mentor in his life. Once he teamed up with his Mentor, he was able to gain the skills that allowed him to launch > 12 multimillion-dollar companies from scratch and become a millionaire.
In Mentored by a Millionaire, Scott presents the strategies that many millionaires before him, were able to put into practice to achieve extraordinary success. According to Scott, those who achieve this kind of success do so by using a set of Master Strategies that are consistently used by extraordinarily successful people, regardless of their level of wealth or education. These successful people, he explains, learn these master strategies from mentors.
Once a Dismal Failure. In Mentored by a Millionaire, Scott describes his many failures during his first years out of college. The one factor in his life that made a difference, he writes, was finding a Mentor who had achieved many of his impossible goals. Not to be confused with a teacher, who merely imparts information and relies on the learner to determine the correct way to use the information, . . .
An Ideal Mentor is someone who has achieved extraordinary success in a similar goal by using the information & processes in which he or she is coaching the learner.
10 Tips. After describing the 10 tips for identifying & teaming up with a mentor, Scott shows readers how they can re-program their brains to succeed.
Re-Programming, he writes, takes these three steps:
1) Realize that you have everything you need to achieve extraordinary success right now – except the strategies, skills and techniques that are included in Scott’s book.
2) Make the personal commitment to use those strategies and techniques on a daily basis.
3) Utilize a specific master strategy to reprogram your mind for extraordinary success.
Diagnosis. Scott’s mentoring begins by first helping readers diagnose their personality type to get them to envision who they are and what their strengths and weaknesses are.
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