Bowie, MD – February 18, 2015 — In the recently released “12 Qualities of Highly Successful People,” Author Sati Achath analyzes character traits of one hundred and thirty personalities, past and present, from a varied range of backgrounds. The book delves into the lives of past politicians such as Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt and Dr. Martin Luther King, as well as contemporary politicians such as Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.
Highly influential people who changed the course of history, such as Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela, are analyzed together with key scientists such as Thomas Edison. The range is diverse, from Andrew Carnegie and Henry Ford to Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. Philanthropist Warren Buffet, Hollywood personality Steven Spielberg, actor Jim Carrey and Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook fame rub shoulders with Google’s Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Twitter’s Jack Dorsey and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos. The group is extremely diverse but they all have something in common- they are all highly successful and this success was analyzed to stem from 12 qualities and explained in the book.
The book looks into these 12 qualities and provides a clear road map to how these qualities can be inculcated in other individuals. Explaining that “You too can develop…” (An actual chapter title), the book can help people hone their traits and skills. The step-by-step Blueprint can help readers train themselves to transform who they are and be the best person that they can be. This in turn is bound to lead to success in personal and professional spheres.
With Chapters such as “Create your dreams and fulfil them” and “Set your goals and achieve them” the book trains readers in self-discipline, being proactive, and the overcoming of obstacles, self-confidence and the pursuit of excellence, among others.
The book is available at www.satiachath.com, Amazon.com, BN.com and other online and offline retailers.
Sati Achath is the author of four other books: 18 Simple Steps for Efficient Time Management, Hollywood Celebrities: Basic Things You’ve Always Wanted to Know, Fun with Hand Shadows, and a children’s book, Danny, Which Wheel Do You Like Best. Sati works as a Project Evaluation Specialist for the World Bank in Washington, D.C. He holds four master’s degrees and speaks six languages.
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