Common Sense But... Uncommon
Knowledge From Todays Leading Professionals and Entrepreneurs
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- Phyllis Merrill
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About the Book
“Common” can be defined as ordinary while “uncommon” suggests rarity.
Combining common sense with uncommon knowledge has the potential to produce winners. While common sense has been noted to be in short supply and uncommon knowledge hard to come by, the Celebrity Experts® in this book have combined the two to produce high rates of success in their fields. If you are looking to accomplish personal, worthy goals, a helping hand will get you there faster. In addition, a mentor will invariably get you there at less cost than if you try to make your own way, helping you to avoid errors that may be time-consuming or costly, or both. Succeeding requires the attributes of hard work, sound planning, action and perseverance—while combining common sense and uncommon knowledge as a part of the process. This book presents a panel of CelebrityExperts® including: Financial Consultants, Wealth Managers, Retirement, Investment and Health Specialists, Realtors®, Marketers, Coaches and other entrepreneurial specialists. They have all attained success in their fields and would be pleased to mentor you on your journey to attain your goal(s). You need not be alone…
“You see, in life, lots of people know what to do, but few people actually do what they know. Knowing is not enough! You must take action.”
- Anthony Robbins