Discover Your Full Potential with Caryn Ross’s
“The Key to Being a Highly Successful Woman”
Learn from Others’ Feedback and Use It as a Tool to Be a Better Person
CUPERTINO, CA – April 18, 2019 – When opportunities come knocking, do you see them as a present or ignore them when negative things happen? Distractions are everywhere, and society’s standards place a negative mindset on people. We are so afraid to try new things because nobody wants to fail, but failure is an essential part of life and learning.
Caryn Ross, a mindset business coach and author, inspires people, especially women, to step out from their comfort zone and continuously seek opportunities that align with their personal and professional lives. The key to be a successful woman is to be fearless, no matter what.
A hardcover, paperback, and Kindle versions of this book are available on Amazon. You can download the Kindle version of this book for FREE until April 22! Grab your copy now: https://amzn.to/2G5rO0W
“The book, ‘The Key to Being a Highly Successful Woman,’ teaches us that negative things are not going to lead us to failure unless we allow it,” says Mitchell Levy (http://aha.pub/MitchellLevy), Global Credibility Expert and The AHA Guy at AHAthat® (https://AHAthat.com).
Read five motivational AHAmessages from this book that you can also share to people from all walks of life:
Stop saying that you’re not worthy. Start saying, “I deserve good things and I’m worthy of happiness.” #SelfLove #HighlySuccessfulWomen http://aha.pub/CarynRoss
Have gratitude for what you learned from your experiences and how they placed you back in check. #BeGrateful #HighlySuccessfulWomen http://aha.pub/CarynRoss
Don’t let self-criticism manifest; it is okay to #Forgive, be forgiven, and #MoveForward. #HighlySuccessfulWomen http://aha.pub/CarynRoss.
You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view … until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” —Atticus Finch. Do you walk in the shoes of others? #HighlySuccessfulWomen http://aha.pub/CarynRoss
Be thankful for what you have, #BeFearless for what you want. —Joel Osteen via http://aha.pub/CarynRoss #HighlySuccessfulWomen
There are 140 AHAmessages™ pulled out from this book, “The Key to Being a Highly Successful Woman,” all of which are truly inspirational and empowering. Caryn Ross’s words will surely change the way you speak, act, and deal with others’ feedback.
Read and share AHAmessages in this AHAbook on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook by going to http://aha.pub/SuccessfulWomen.
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