It’s human nature to do things the same. Stacey Currie in her book, The Rich Get Richer, The Poor Can Too, offers practical and easy to apply tips to get us moving in a different and possibly more profitable direction by discovering our passion.
Her story is an incredible one. Folks didn’t give her much thought at being successful, much less making it past her teens. She proved them wrong, becoming a successful business woman who is currently living her dream life. She grew up in a housing commission, without a mother, was sexually abused at the age of nine, lived in a shed at 14, became pregnant at 15. By 19 years old she was homeless with two babies and at 21 found herself in a violent relationship. She didn’t give up, she went on to achieve her dreams.
“If you have dreamed of success in your life but can’t seem to pinpoint exactly what your goal is, this book is for you,” says Currie. “If you are powered by passion, all things are possible.”
Now 32, Currie defied the odds by following her passion. She is the mother of five children and lives in her dream home by the beach. She took her small business sign printing business, $100 of sales per month to $100,000 per month and earned her a nomination for Telstra Business Woman of the Year.
This book is not only a great read but it offers worksheets to help you set your goals and get started on your journey.
The Rich Get Richer, The Poor Can Too! is jam packed with practical, easy to follow techniques that will shift your thinking from “it’s too hard” to ”I can make it happen.” Stacey encourages everyone to uncover your passion, create a clear vision of your dream life and move past excuses and fears. About the author Stacey Currie has earned the nickname “dynamite” by colleagues, clients and friends. Stacey was a first time mother at 16, and now at age 32, is a busy mother of five. A businesswoman, speaker, published author and the Official Ambassador for the Lighthouse Foundation and Brave Hearts Foundation, she still finds time to keep fit, run a successful business and helps others achieve their goals. Stacey lives by her motto, “If you’re powered by passion, all things are possible.”
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