All you can do is all you can do, but all you can do is enough!

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Oliver-Nelson, Aug 1, 1988 - Business & Economics - 219 pages
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Art Williams started out as a high school football coach, earning $10,700. But he didn't stay there for long. By believing in himself enough to take a chance, he became a winner who today heads his own muti-million dollar invidual life insurance company. And in this bestselling, plain-speaking, up-beat book he coaches you to the top with his winning system, which includes: a remarkable six-step plan to visualize and achieve your goals; four proven principles to help you become everytihng you ever thought you could be; proven techniques to short-circuit frustrating failure messages; frontline advice from someone whose been in your shoes, PLUS, the ultimate secret ingredient to winning. This is not a get-rich-quick scheme, or a pie-in-the-sky promise, but a phenomenal program that proves it's never too late to start again, with powerful tools and a revolutionary belief in your own unlimited potential.

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Review: All You Can Do Is All You Can Do But All You Can Do Is Enough!

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I do not remember much about the details of this book. Its been almost 25 years. However, I do remember it got me through basic training. I memorized a number of the sayings and pieces of advice given ... Read full review

Review: All You Can Do Is All You Can Do But All You Can Do Is Enough!

User Review  - Rexcrisanto Delson - Goodreads

I read this shortly after it was published. I read it four times that year and once more a few years later. It is a must read that tells the story of how a man took on the only billion dollar industry ... Read full review


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About the author (1988)

Arthur Lynch Williams was born on April 26, 1942 in Cairo, Georgia. He received a B. S. from Mississippi State University and a Master's in education from Auburn University. He was a high school teacher and football as well as an insurance salesman. In 1977, he began A. L. Williams and Associates, which sold term life insurance to middle class people. Twelve years later, he sold the company for nearly $100 million. Williams wrote All You Can Do Is All You Can Do But All You Can Do Is Enough, which shared the optimistic secrets of his success and was a New York Times bestseller for 14 weeks.

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