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You ever wondered what life would be like if you put the effort in to be the best version of yourself? Me neither honestly. I'm guessing you thought I was going to go into a really compelling and deep perspective on how we each can be the individual we dream to be. Partially right. The reason it is partial is that I am not the person to give advice on how you should reach your pinnacle. I am the person that will be the martyr for how I was not for so long and then made the shift to be a better version of myself. I'm also the person that will be as vulnerable as possible, so you can reflect on your own life and improve yourself. We each somehow popped out into this world with innate abilities that we may never reach because we are too scared to fail. We are too afraid that we will be judged by others. To be honest with you, I am afraid too. I am also excited though. Why would I be excited you ask? I know you really didn't ask, but this is my book and I'll ask and answer for you bro. It is always best to understand that with each failure is a lesson. With each failed relationship, or position that we lose, it is time to turn inward and see to it that you can venture into the world with your head held high, and your sphincter intact. So give this book a shot. I'm by no means any Les Brown or Tony Robbins, but that probably makes this better. I have a Monday through Friday position, and a 401k just like you. I eat budget meals when I am tight on money just like you. I also binge-watch Netflix series all day during the weekends and contemplate what my life is about just like you. We are the same, you and I. I promise you, we really are, and I'll prove it.
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About the Author
Carl graduated from Baruch College with a BBA in Human Resource Management, while also serving as the vice president of the Society of Human Resource Management in 2016. He received a position upon graduation as a summer talent acquisition associate, working for the reputable New York City Department of Education in the Bronx. After glowing reviews, he received recommendations from teachers and professors, granting him offers for full-time positions at the schools he serviced. He would take his talents to other heights as he worked for Barclays Investment Bank, giving him very insightful career lessons. From there, a change of pace was necessary and took his talents to Cedar Rapids, Iowa where he worked for Americorp. Carl currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona with intentions to keep traveling.