Thursday, January 11, 2018

Never Believe in Failure and Learn From Your Mistakes

Allen Weinstein is the author of Memoirs of a Learning Disabled Dyslexic Multi-Millionaire. 

Allen couldn't read until he was thirteen and written off by our educational system. 


No matter what happened, Allen never believed he was a failure and overcame obstacles that were deemed impossible.  He said that failure is only when you quit.  Don't quit!

One Sunday night he went to bed a multi-millionaire and woke up Monday morning penniless.  But, he turned it all around and believes anyone can.  When you have to FIGHT to succeed, you have a better chance at success!  Setbacks are important in life -- they help you to understand what NOT to do.



You will want to share his incredible story of overcoming what some might call failure.  But Allen saw these setbacks as opportunities -- he fought......and he won.  He knows that you can too - no matter what circumstances are in front of you.

The choices you make today - 
you will be living with tomorrow

Your handicap can be your best friend 
if you handle it properly

You do not want to miss this amazing story of success against all odds.




In his book, Allen describes how you can use the same concepts that he applied to his life, how to stay motivated and strong no matter what happens and how to stay focused on your goals.

Allen Weinstein, at seventy-nine, has become who he is today, overcoming obstacles that were deemed impossible.  What motivates him, and what keeps him strong? In this book, he describes how you can use the same concepts that he applied to his life no matter the situation or the obstacles facing you. You need to set goals and keep focused on these goals at all times. Never believe in failure and learn from your mistakes. Allen is not a doctor or a psychiatrist; however, his advice has proven most valuable to those who have sought it. He has a unique way of looking at the world and would love to share his insights with you through this book.






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