Up until now anyone seeking to create success may have found that process of transformation from loser to winner to be quite elusive! Four times Olympian and three times Olympic medal winner Steve Backley (O.B.E. & M.B.E.) reveals a clever concept for everyday success in his book The Champion in All of Us.
The only British track and field athlete to gain three Olympic medals from four consecutive Olympics is due to launch his motivational book on 6 March 2012, which is aimed at the self-help / motivational market. Just as powerfully as his javelin once soared through the air to break world records, Steve Backley has equally applied his skill in putting together the key rules for success in his book The Champion in All of Us.
This Olympic success book, a metaphor for success, is a maze of ideas that will help you turn dreams into reality in whatever anyone wishes to achieve - whether in sport, business or in everyday life improvement.
The paperback book challenges you to determine what your personal internal commitment to success is. Anyone with a dream and the will to commit can apply these rules to anything at all.
The book centres around four athletes’ intent on Olympic success, and quite neatly the book works in such a way that these four athletes reflect the personality types of any one of us. The names of these athletes are: Could’ve, Would’ve, Should’ve and Did.