Finding Your Path To Doing The Impossible

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Finding Your Path To Doing The Impossible

 

Is it possible to do the impossible? For author Patrick Bet-David it is, and he’s willing to show you how. Bet-David, a self-made success who emigrated from war-torn Iran to the U.S., is author of the book Doing The Impossible, and he says if you can dream it, you can do it.


But making dreams happen is not for the timid, and it’s not the safe and secure road. It means taking a leap of faith, leaving your comfort zone and risking failure.

In this webinar, he will discuss five of the more important “laws” he outlines in his book:
  • Knowing your why.
  • Deciding to be the chosen one.
  • Going “all in” with one industry.
  • Pushing the envelope.
  • Silencing your critics.

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Join us for this special presentation on these 12 Laws of Driving Exceptional Performance. Presenter: Patrick Bet-David, author of Doing The Impossible: 25 Laws For Doing The Impossible.   WATCH NOW ►   Photo Credit: Shutterstock  

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