Press Release: August 04, 2019
August 5, 2019 —Successful people set personal goals that drive them to learn new skills, maximize opportunities, save money to invest and get out of debt, stay motivated and make no excuses. While others do their daily routines grudgingly, successful people know that their value is in how they conduct themselves. They embrace challenges that stretch them to reach their full potential and they experience personal growth and progress. These activities apply to both their work and their personal lives.
Karl D. Hughes, a mentor, speaker, and teacher and a master carpenter and business owner in the construction industry uses analogies that give readers a different perspective on how to use their skills, as well as to further develop and learn new ones in order to be successful in life.
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"Karl Hughes' passion, work ethic and unwavering values strongly resonate in this book, 'Hammering Out a Living.' He wants readers to think about what value they can add by being a game-changer and continuously honing skillsets in order to have a successful life," says Mitchell Levy (http://aha.pub/MitchellLevy), Global Credibility Expert and The AHA Guy at AHAthat® (https://AHAthat.com).
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• The #Value of who you are, what you do and how you conduct yourself will attract jobs to you. #SuccessfulLife http://aha.pub/KarlHughes
• Make decisions, be confident in yourself and in your abilities. #BeAssertive #SuccessfulLife http://aha.pub/KarlHughes
• Always seek to know not just what you're doing, but also the reasons behind it. #BeKnowledgeable #SuccessfulLife http://aha.pub/KarlHughes
• Are you willing to become the person you need to be in order to live the life you want? #SuccessfulLife http://aha.pub/KarlHughes
• Successful people stay focused on what they want to accomplish. Do you practice #SelfDiscipline? You should! #SuccessfulLife http://aha.pub/KarlHughes
With 140 AHAmessages pulled out from this book, "Hammering Out a Living," Karl D. Hughes’ nuggets of wisdom will leave you empowered and confident as you pursue the things you want to achieve successfully in your life.
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