I am finding it very difficult to believe that January 2020 is gone and we are now eight days into February. Where did time fly. What happened to my New Year's resolutions? Honestly, I didn't make any so, now I decided it was time. I need to focus on me, myself and I. I need to rewire and regroup. That is why today's book, "Rewiring Your Success" by John Qreshi is important. Take a look at the book and meet the author.
Rewiring Your Success: The 20 Most Powerful Secrets of Successful People (1) Paperback – February 1, 2020
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I was born in a small town in the communist country of Saudi Arabia. My parents each stem from different countries, one from India and the other from Pakistan. Because my parents were each from different backgrounds, from birth until the age of seven, I wasn’t raised with any sort of religion or, spirituality and because we were poor, I was also raised with loads of limiting beliefs. My parents had enough money to support my older brothers in becoming doctors, but once it was my turn through the stile, our family started experiencing extreme financial hardship. My parents couldn’t support me in any sort of educational path. This is about when I started losing interest in school. I saw no value in working so hard for no future, but I also saw clearly how the real purpose of school was to learn one thing, the difference between what is and what isn’t important.
The knowledge you acquire in school is a process in and of itself, but it doesn’t do anything for you, or really provide you with anything. It doesn’t teach you how to do your taxes, how to pay your credit card or how to run a business... No, school was designed to guide you toward finding a job, all so you can continue to live your life, work for someone else’s dream, and all the while, allow others to decide how much you should earn. This, in fact, reminds me of something my mentor Earl Nightingale is known for saying, “Most people tiptoe their way through life, hoping they make it safely to death.” Well, living with the programmed belief that I had no choices other than to work as a slave for someone else, I saw no point in school. I received poor grades, so I dropped out with the hopes of getting a job to help my parents make ends meet.
What inspired you to author this book?
The first reason is simple. I want you to succeed! This has been my mission from a very young age because fifteen years ago, when I was lost, I wished there was someone who could guide me like what I have laid down in this book. Second, there’s so much information out there. One guru says one thing, then someone says the opposite; they all contradict each other, making your life even more confusing. This is where I come in so you can start creating a legacy by becoming a leader in your field.
Where did you get the inspiration for your book’s cover?My vision and my intuition gave me inspiration for the cover.
Who has been the most significant influence on you personally and as a writer?I have had many mentors including Earl Nightingale, Andrew Carniegie, and especially Jay Abraham, Elon Musk and Daymond John. There are many more whom I could list, but these great men influenced me the most.
What were your struggles or obstacles you had to overcome to get this book written?
Gathering all the masterpiece into one book followed by finding the time and energy to compile the draft.
Tell your readers about your book.
Can you rewire your mind to help you become successful in everything you do? What's missing from your life that you really want? Maybe it’s success in your business, a promotion at work or financial confidence; perhaps it’s certainty in life or significance, good health or whatever the next level is for you. If so, what’s prevented you from making this change already? Author John Qreshi explains how it’s not just about the doing of it. It’s about breaking it down into actionable steps and then doing it. So, he’s combined all of those actionable steps, one by one, into one book, and has called it Rewiring Your Success. This book is a business treasure for entrepreneurs, CEOs, educators, trainers, coaches and anyone looking to gain massive confidence and have financial freedom. Whether you are lost and not knowing how to do or what to do, or you are trying to get that Upgrade in your career, figure out how to quit your job and become a freelancer, launch your entrepreneurial idea into a business scale.
Who is your target audience, and why?
It is a business treasure for entrepreneurs, CEOs, educators, trainers, coaches and anyone looking to gain massive confidence and have financial freedom. Whether you are lost and not knowing how to do or what to do, or you are trying to get that upgrade in your career, figure out how to quit your job and become a freelancer, launch your entrepreneurial idea into a business, scale your existing business to the next level, or turn your current success into something very significant, Rewire Your Success has an amazing insight for you.
What do you consider your greatest success in life?
I think my greatest success was my failures because they make me who truly I am and who I have become. My failures gave me learning, un-learning, and relearning. I believe success is not necessarily only financial achievement but also anything that counts as progress to you or the next level to you in your life. For me, I believe testing my potential so I can learn to grow and evolve more and become is the sign of success for me.
What one unique thing sets you apart from other writers in your genre?
There is always someone who has invented something that you are doing, but what uniquely sets me apart from other writers is me myself, my story, and whom I have become. I want to make a difference in the cognitive study of our psychology and mind and discover why we do what we do and how we can make a difference in our lives to become more. Why I am different is because I want to give the truth out as it is and the most profound and most hidden layer of all belief is, “I am not good enough.” The biggest power inside the human mind is one’s self-image, i.e., what image they are giving themselves. I believe your life reflects upon what self-image you’re giving yourself. I think if we can fix that unconsciously, then what is impossible for you to achieve? Most of the things we do, we do unconsciously. It’s not about fixing things consciously but unconsciously and one of the ways we can do this is by being aware of why we do what we are doing; therefore, consciousness equates to awareness.