A better question might be, “WHO DOESN’T?!?!?”

Now you might be saying to yourself, or to me through your computer screen, “Here we go, another motivational book that will say the same thing I’ve heard before and haven’t been able to implement.”  To that I say, “No.”

This book has something different than what I’ve read before, and I read a lot.  There are a few ‘gold ticket strategies’ that made so much sense to me that I was compelled to let you know about them.  What you decide to do after that is of course, completely up to you.

noahstjohn-tara-030709I had the pleasure of meeting the author, Noah St. John in San Francisco in the beginning of March.

(Side note:  Even though I look a bit uncomfortable in the picture — it was only because the photographer was taking a while so that glazed “take it” look came over me — not because I didn’t find Noah very friendly and easy to talk to.  Ok, back on task.)

Noah is a friendly, outgoing, smart, articulate, highly educated man.  So why, when he was in his early 30s, was he broke and living in his parent’s basement?

He spent some serious time pondering that question and came up with a plan to “get his foot off the brake” and stop sabotaging his success… and his basement living experience can help you (and me and anyone else who’s interested) do the same.

amazon-secretcodeofsuccessMy book has so many dog-earred pages and underlined passages that I can’t cover them all.  Here are a few ‘stand out’ points he made — if they sound good, grab the book and start reading!

If you’ve heard “write down your affirmations (what you want) and say them every day”, and maybe you’ve even done it, do you wonder why if often doesn’t work?  On p. 53 Noah states the obvious:  The plain and simple truth is that most of us doubt our own affirmations. He then gives us a strategy – afformations – to start seeing results!

Noah will teach you to ask the questions that have the power to change your life.  He’ll remind you to be careful who you hang out with, the type of self-talk you let float about your brain and why “Goal Free Zones” are so important.

My favorite parts by far can be found on p. 35 – he describes and I’ve been afflicted with the success disorder – Success Anorexia.  Anyone can have it and he can help you over come it.  But only if you do 3 things…

  1. Buy the book
  2. Read the book with an open mind
  3. Implement the strategies in the book

So now you know this resource is out there, it’s up to you if you want to take a look!  Here’s to your success!

Tara