Theyre dining with the queen, getting letters from U.S. presidents, gracing billboards across Europe - and that was all before they were even old enough to vote. Why make these individuals so special?
What it takes to become a real success
What you want to do with your life
How to get motivated and stay motivated
How to overcome criticism and discouragement
What all super achievers have in common
How to reach the top of any career fast
The process of turning your dreams into reality
A new ground-breaking book titled Secrets of Young Achievers Exposed takes readers up-close and personal with twelve Australian super achievers aged between 16 and 26 years of age. In a surprisingly candid way they each share their rise to success and their trial and tribulations along the way.
Featured in the book is written material by such names as Bec Hewitt (Celebrity Actress), Jesse Martin (Young Adventurer), Chelsea Georgeson (World #1 Surfer), Torah Bright (Pro Snowboarder), Hugh Evans (Community & Aid Worker) - and a very insightful foreword by the great Ian Thorpe.
24-year-old author Dale Beaumont recognised the need for this book after working within schools and speaking with thousands of teenagers. "Young people need role-models they can relate to, but its hard for them to find suitable resource they can draw inspiration from."
After hundreds of phone calls and seemingly never-ending conversations with agents and managers, Beaumont says its a relief to finally have the book out. "The stories in this book give hope and provide strategies to deal with drugs, bullying, and other youth related issues."
Secrets of Young Achievers Exposed (RRP $32.95) will be available in all good bookstores July 2006 or by visiting www.secretsexposed.com.au.