#1 Businessman Helps You
Turn Setbacks Into Come-Backs
Best-selling author, motivational speaker, and business tycoon DanielMilstein has once again written a book to help you reach the top of your place in the world.
Milstein is a man known for motivating others and overcoming his own challenges to create the Gold Star Family of Companies, specializing in Financial Services, Sports Management, Publishing and Film Production. When he first started out, he quickly rose to #1 Loan Officer in the country out of 550,000 leading industry professionals. Now, he shares what has inspired him and how he inspires others in his new book Rule #1 Don’t Be #2 - You Get What YouWork For, Not What You Wish For,(available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, 800-CEO-Read and www.DanMilstein.com)View the book trailer here: http://bit.ly/RULE1-Trailer
“This book is hard-hitting, straightforward and life-changing. It teaches you how to join the “big league” in your work and personal life.” - Brian Tracy
“In my fourth book Rule #1 Don’t Be #2, I discuss the danger of surrendering to the self-protective instinct of blaming bad luck or external causes for a setback,” says Milstein. “You may tell yourself this is a dream-ending blow, and lower your expectations as a result.I hope you don’t, and I’ll tell you why. If you listen to your excuses and accept defeat, you’ll regret it forever. My own greatest regrets in life are the risks I didn’t take.If you’re willing to learn from this setback, it’s going to teach you everything you need to know about mounting your come-back strategy. A setback is a powerful compass, able to point you in the right direction.”
"Dan Milstein is a living testament to the indomitable American spirit and showing how hard work, positive thinking and a laser focus can drive accomplishment and success.”
- Carol Cain, Emmy Award-winning journalist,
CBS Detroit/Detroit Free Press
Known for his own strong work ethic and “don’t-quit” attitude, Milsteinlays out 25 Rules for conquering life and workin his new book. Overcoming a setback is only one of the many topics he touches on, but his unique brand of motivational “kick-in-the-pants” advice will have you believing you can do anything. To overcome a setback, he suggests that you:
Milstein doesn’t promise success will come easy. In fact, he insists it will be hard. Success is an ongoing process, not something you ever “arrive at.” You must work hard to get it, and work hard every day to keep it.
Mincing no words, Milstein’s chapters, titled: “Get Off the Couch,” “Failure is Your Best Teacher” and “You Can’t Stop Believing” mixes an inspiring, motivational approach with his “no holds barred” work ethic. Milstein believes no dream is too big, but he reminds readers that it’s not dreaming, but hard work and dedicated planning, that will get them where they want to go.
“As I always say, success is never owned. It’s rented, and the rent is due every day,” says Milstein.
Rule #1Don’t Be #2 - You Get What You Work For, Not What You Wish ForISBN 978-1947165038, 2016, hardcover, $19.99, 248 pages, (available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, 800-CEO-Read and www.DanMilstein.com)
About Daniel Milstein
Daniel Milstein is the CEO and founder of the Gold Star Family of Companies, operating in over 40 offices worldwide, specializing in financial services, sports management, publishing, and film production. Under Dan’s visionary leadership, Gold Star has been named among Inc. magazine’s 500 Fastest Growing Companies in America. Now the award-winning, international best-selling author of The ABC of Sales, 17 Cents and a Dream and Street Smart Selling, Dan adds the greatly anticipated Rule #1: Don’t Be #2 to his body of work. Consultant, speaker and member of the esteemed National Academy of Best-Selling Authors, Milstein is credited with motivating hundreds of thousands with his simple, yet powerful, brand of inspiration. Follow Milstein on Twitter @danmilstein
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