Discover the Path to Success Feasible for Common Mortals
What if an average Joe could succeed 9,999 times out of 10,000? What if you could read an 8-year, painstakingly-detailed success story compressed into 100 pages?
In 2012, Michal Stawicki was a miserable corporate cog — an average Joe — living from paycheck to paycheck, socially retarded, overwhelmed with family responsibilities, a bit overweight, and depressingly purposeless.
In August 2012, he read The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson, and turned his life around. Michal liberated his wife from her day job, started a business, become an author, and downsized his corporate gig to 10 hours a week.
And he documented the whole process.
The Remarkable Power of Consistency includes his ample yearly progress reports, written at every anniversary of reading The Slight Edge (since 2014). Michal shares his story to inspire other purposeless corporate workers to pave their own path to success.
In this book, you will find:
- The #1 reason people don’t even try to succeed
- The whole story – including marital, personal, and family challenges
- A simple blueprint to start your own success path – today!
- A fresh dose of un-hyped inspiration to keep going when the going gets really tough
- A sh*…, ahem, truckload of Michal’s mistakes – which you can avoid!
- Lessons from the entrepreneurial trenches (sometimes surprising; always to the point)
- A permission to be imperfect and to have less-than-stellar successes
- Success clues (because success does leave the clues!)
- Proof that success is not the shiny thing at the end of the rainbow, but it’s within your reach.
“You cannot change your destination overnight, but you can change your direction overnight.” — Jim Rohn
Pick up your copy and change your direction today. Destination: a purposeful and successful life!
Till September 2018, Michal had spent his days in IT and moonlighted as a writer working diligently on turning his writing into a full-time job.
Since then, his quarter-time corpo gig merely supplements his writing and business income.
He lives in Poland with his wife and three kids.
Michal was nicknamed Mr. Consistency by his friends and his story was featured in the 2013 edition of The Slight Edge. His writing shows that he is a relatable, ordinary guy and not some ivory tower guru.
You can find list of his books on his blog: www.ExpandBeyondYourself.com