F. I. T. For Success – All Things Are Possible if You Keep Going By: Adrean Turner

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Strategies, Tools, and Solutions for Developing the Six Most Important Building Blocks of Success

“F. I. T. For Success – All Things Are Possible if You Keep Going” is made up of remarkable stories, and stunning anecdotes telling of professionals, laborers, and entrepreneurs which illustrate Turner’s unique six point F. I. T., a model of coaching for attaining a lifestyle of success.

Turner’s six-point program emphasizes the importance of attitude, personal development, handling stress, relationships, celebrating individual uniqueness, building confidence, and setting and achieving goals.

The F. I. T. acronym incorporates the word “Fearless, Inspired, and Transformed.” The material is adapted from the T. I. P. Tips for Success Podcast. From the first paragraph of the introduction, Adrien makes it clear that her book “F. I. T. For Success” is written for readers eager to achieve their maximum potential, who are looking for “practical and precise principles for moving forward toward success in their personal and business life.”

Chapters are jam-packed with: benefits, and bulleted paragraphs, lists, steps, and strategies, suggestions, tips, and solutions, attitudes, passions, and action steps. These succinct introductions cover such important principles as planning, practice, and preparation, overcoming procrastination, finding focus, teamwork, and dozens more.

“F. I. T. For Success – All Things Are Possible if You Keep Going” is an important book for professional entrepreneurs, executive professionals, and should be on the reading list of Corporate Trainers, Career Advisors, and Professional Life Coaches.

A complimentary review copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

Sound Wisdom, P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-1937879952, $ 15.99, 2017, 216 Pages


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