When Is It Too Late To Impact Someone's Life?

How often have you tried to solve the riddle but gave up because you keep getting stuck? How often do you lose sleep because you know you’re underpaid, underappreciated, and 100% misunderstood?

I’ve been there myself so I know how tricky this riddle can be. My history of mistakes, setbacks and overall disappointments far outweigh my successes. To be honest, it’s a never ending cycle – it’s all about the lessons learned.

With my first novel, Corporate Thugs, I sold a whooping six copies in one year through traditional publishing (Its okay to laugh because every time I think about it, I laugh too!) But then I taught myself to self-publish and sold five thousand copies – of the exact same book – in one week. That was my first best seller and I have yet to look back.

Yesterday, my third self-published book “Love the Job You Hate: The 5 Fastest Steps to Turning Your Lunch Break Into Your Most Profitable Hour of the Day” made it to No. 1 in three different categories on Amazon ...si, tres diferente categorias! I’m so ecstatic I’m speaking Spanish!

You want to hear even better news? Now I’ve taken my vision to the next level because the book’s online correspondence course that provides the tools and the techniques is also gaining momentum. If you would like to learn more, click on the Lunch Break Hustler Academy.

Being in control and doing business on my own terms is not only a dream come true, but a game changer as well. And I can’t even describe how awesome it is to play a role in changing the trajectory in someone else’s life by helping them live their dreams.

Who do you know that’s stuck, yet wants to thrive within their calling by building their dreams instead of someone else’s? It’s you isn’t it? We’re already halfway through 2017 and you have yet to make the kind of impact you know you’re capable of achieving.

Stop putting things off and invest in your future. You say you don't have the time to invest in your future …never underestimate the power of the lunch break.

I can’t imagine what life would be like if I would have given up on my dreams of being a successful author by allowing that first setback to keep me from moving forward. I hate to imagine what would happen to your dreams if you allow your setbacks to keep you from forging ahead. Get up, get out, and get going!

Also, the answer to the above riddle – It’s never too late to impact someone’s life (but you already knew that, didn’t you?).

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