Really Smart People Giving Really Smart Advice: Tips from experts on achieving what you deserve in life. by R.D. Louden

Really Smart People Giving Really Smart Advice: Tips from experts on achieving what you deserve in…

byR.D. Louden

Kobo ebook | November 23, 2016

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16 pages, 8,165 Words

Do you spend time at night staring at the ceiling, wondering how things got so bad, and what you can do to improve your current situation?

How you could make it better? 

Where did you go wrong? 

What does it really take to fully achieve everything you deserve in life?


Well, it’s time for you to take charge, to stop blaming circumstances on others. 

Accept right now that you and only you are responsible for the situation you are in, and that you and only you are the one to make it better. 


Believe me, I know just where you are. I spent many years wondering why I wasn't where I thought I should be in my life, and finding excuses to blame everything and everyone for where I was, when the person I should have been blaming was staring back at me in the mirror.


Once I admitted that, the rest became a lot easier. I took stock of where I was, and where I wanted to be, and how I could get there.


That is how this article came to be. I decided it was time to take action, to fix what what was wrong with my life. 

The problem was I didn’t know how to start, where to begin. 

So I went looking for help, seeking ways to accomplish my newly set goals. 

And the answer came from people who had already reached those goals.


Really Smart People is a compilation of quotations and comments from the people who have succeeded in life. 

It covers a wide range of the best, from all walks of life, including authors, politicians, sports, medicine, the arts, this sciences, business, and much much more. 

People like Winston Churchill, Thomas Edison, Michael Jordan, Hellen Keller, and even some names you may not recognize. 


Strange as it may sound, what they did in life is not as important as how they did it. 

What were they thinking? 

What was their motivation? 

What obstacles did they overcome on the way to success? 

If I had been lucky enough to meet any of these people, my first question to them would not be "What did you do?" It would be "How did you do it?" 

I want to know what drives people to keep going time after time setback after setback and keep trying, to keep going when most people would give up.


Now because I have not met these success stories that best I can do is read quotations that have been attributed to them, and find a way to expand that attitude and apply it to my own life. How can I apply something Martin Luther King said to my situation. If it worked for him, can it work for me?

So, read all the quotations, several times, pick two or three that you consider most inspiring, and focus on how you can apply their knowledge and attitudes to your own life.


The bottom line is that you and only you are responsible first, for where you are now, but more importantly where you can go in the future. 

Use the advice in this book simply as a starting point, something to get you started, and you will discover quickly that you, not some words in a book can and will turn things around.


Title:Really Smart People Giving Really Smart Advice: Tips from experts on achieving what you deserve in…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:November 23, 2016Publisher:EMS PublishingLanguage:English

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