The Secret Code of Success (Google eBook)

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Harper Collins, Oct 6, 2009 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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Americans spend more than $11 billion a year on self-help products—everything from books to diet pills to career coaches to seminars. So why—with all this time, money, and energy being spent—are so few people living the life they really want? Why are millions of smart, talented, motivated people still going through life with one foot on the brake?

Here's the real Secret: You don't need any more how-to-succeed information to reach your full potential.

The problem isn't lack of motivation or lack of information. The real problem is that most people focus on the "how-to" aspects of success taught by traditional self-help programs, without coming to terms with what productivity expert Noah St. John calls your "head trash"—the subconscious, emotional roadblocks that prevent people from acting on their real hopes, dreams, and ambitions. In this groundbreaking book, based on work with thousands of clients around the world, Noah St. John has created a remarkable, step-by-step approach that helps you achieve long-term happiness, success, and wealth. In The Secret Code of Success, you will learn how to:

  • Eliminate the causes of self-sabotage and fear of success
  • Allow yourself to make more money
  • Remove stress while dramatically increasing personal productivity
  • Improve relationships with coworkers, family, and friends
  • Experience enhanced feelings of happiness, connection, and love

The Secret Code of Success shows that, when it comes to success, the conscious mind is exactly the wrong place to start. It's only when we first conquer the self-sabotage of our subconscious (which accounts for 90 percent of our behavior) that we can truly begin to enjoy a life filled with success. This insight is at the core of The Secret Code of Success and leads to Noah's revolutionary 7-step method for eliminating these psychological obstacles. True financial freedom and personal success is possible at last!

The Secret Code of Success shows you how to get your foot off the brake and start living the life you deserve.

  

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Review: The Secret Code of Success: 7 Hidden Steps to More Wealth and Happiness

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I actually did the audio book first and have decided to go back and get the print book as well for some of the exercises and graphics. Overall very informative and helpful. Different than the usually ... Read full review

Review: The Secret Code of Success: 7 Hidden Steps to More Wealth and Happiness

User Review  - Goodreads

I actually did the audio book first and have decided to go back and get the print book as well for some of the exercises and graphics. Overall very informative and helpful. Different than the usually ... Read full review

Contents

Whats Wrong with This Picture?
17
The Little Assumption Thats
23
The Secret Code Revealed
31
ACT llTHE CODE
42
Afformations
51
Loving Mirrors and Safe Havens
75
Systems of Support
119
GoalFree Zones
145
Find Your No
177
Find Your Because
197
Now What?
213
Your Free Bonus Gift
219
Additional Resources
225
Acknowledgments
231
About the Author
243
Copyright

Who Are You Trying to Protect
167

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About the author (2009)

Noah St. John, Ph.D., is founder and CEO of SuccessClinic.com, an international success training company, and host of WealthyFunTV. People and organizations in more than forty countries are using his breakthrough methods to get rid of their "head trash" and enjoy more control, freedom, and abundance in their lives and careers. He is the author of Permission to Succeed and The Great Little Book of Afformations, which have been translated into four languages. He has appeared on CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox News, and been featured in Parade, Woman's Day, Modern Bride, Los Angeles Business Journal, the Chicago Sun-Times, the Washington Post, InStyle magazine, and Selling Power.

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