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You don’t have to be a business mogul, a celebrity, or even to have a college degree to AlwaysWin. Are you tired of watching stars getting out of their limos and waving at you? Every real winner knows being successful and happy is not an accident. Until recently, you could do well and be successful by being a little above average—no more.
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"The best way to beat rejection is never to be rejected."
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You live in a world where you either hit or miss—and you can't afford to miss. Losers quickly fall off the radar screen, but no search party is organized to find them. Make your personal and business presentations a hit even if you only have a few minutes, while being yourself and not manipulating anyone or anything. Make sure others know who you are, where you are, and your cell number.
If you aren’t a celebrity or aren’t known yet, you are swimming upstream, but you will end up being a winner if you make the right moves. Beat rejection and knock down barriers and “walk away a winner®” without breaking into a sweat. Be in control and confident. Have the social skills to speak to whom you want at an office function or the local pub. Be remarkably calm and alert no matter what you are up against—whether you are trying to sell an idea, a book proposal, your accounting services, or land a part in a Broadway show. There is no business without show business® and with substance and panache your show will be a “hit.”
“After years of being nothing they are all looking right at you.”
─Lacy J. Dalton, 16th Avenue
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