Winners' Ways – Sharing Strategies of Successful People—How They Did It and What You Can Learn from Them

Winners' Ways
214 Pages
ISBN 978-1973613145

There are many books about success, I consider some of the books out there to be very useful and valuable, while most others are full of misconceptions about success. In our society today, we have been conditioned to think about success only in terms of material wealth. While it is good to be wealthy, measuring success based on material possession alone is incomplete in the grand scheme of things.

This is because success can mean different things to different people, to some having good health, families, and children will be considered as being successful. Some other consider success as being happy, or working in a certain job, or living a certain lifestyle. Fame, power, and prestige are what some other people use to evaluate success. And to many people still, success is being able to do whatever they want at any time they desire. So, to correct this obvious misconception, I will like to establish that "True success should be measured by how happy you are doing what you are meant to do here on earth."

Adebola Alabi

About Adebola Alabi (Houston, Texas Author)

Adebola Alabi

Adebola is an engineer by profession, and he is passionate about personal finance, leadership, and change management. A dynamic and highly efficient individual who has been a source of inspiration to many others, he is driven to help people discover their true callings and bring out the best in everyone in his circle of influence. He has started and participated in many successful businesses including some startups in the United States. An avid reader, writer, and a motivational speaker with the mission of creating winners in everyday people. He is a member of Project Management institute and a certified PMP credential holder. Adebola is a fitness enthusiast, and he enjoys playing soccer at any opportunity. He is a member of the book club in his local church and he is a MBA graduate from University of Houston.