This book is bargain priced from 03/04/2014 until 03/06/2014
You have been taught your whole life that hard work is the key to success—that you can achieve anything as long as you work hard. But what if it is a lie—what if hard work is not the key to success that you’ve been taught it is? What if hard work is sabotaging the very success you are seeking? Millions of people work hard every day, but only a very small percentage of these people are what one would consider successful. If hard work is indeed the key to success, why is this so? Why is it that most of the wealth and power in this world is concentrated in the hands of a few? Certainly, these individuals do not have the monopoly on hard work. And if hard work is not the key to success, what would motivate people to propagate this falsehood? “The Hard Work Lie” examines these questions and seeks to expose what the author believes is the long-held myth that hard work is the ultimate key to success—the myth that keeps people running in the hard work hamster wheel even though they are going nowhere. The final chapters of the book also reveal truths—as opposed to mistruths—that the author has found to be fundamental to the achievement of success.