Everybody wants to achieve success in their lives both personally and professionally. But how do you achieve success when you live in a society that bombards our minds and experiences with negative thoughts, "put-downs," and an energy that says "stay where you are?" Your limitation can affect every part of your life. Most people want to rise above their average lives, but have not been provided with the principles and skill sets to do so. With these stress free tools, it can be easy to find success and significance in your life. Author, speaker, and leader Jim Neal exhorts readers on a path to burst through their preconceived limitations, toss off the confining heaviness of temporary setbacks, and to define success on their terms.
Jim condenses over four decades of personal and professional lessons into a proven plan to alleviate guilt and frustration in the achievement of goals.
Readers/Listeners will discover how to:
Forget the powerful weight of the past
Focus on the empowering prospects of the future
Forge ahead in the present
Jim Neal has the dream and desire to touch the lives of all who read his book or hears him speak to become all "all they can be." Jim has an extensive background working with individual sales people encouraging, exhorting, and empowering them to be willing to set aside the security of guaranteed income and to launch into the exciting field of commissioned sales.
Working over three decades with men and women in the field of commissioned sales, Jim observed a few common threads emerging from those who reached outstanding success. It is these threads that he shares in his book, "Ain't Nobody Really Happy at the Bottom...Except Catfish." Through his book and motivational speeches, Jim hopes to reach others in a positive light. His goal is to motivate sales professionals, managers, administrators, couples and the man on the street to be the best version of themselves.
Jim holds two college degrees, one in Business Administration and another in Biblical Studies. Jim is married to his high school sweetheart, a union that has produced 4 children, 9 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.