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The Art of Exponential Success - How Little Steps Big Discipline and Boundless Compassion Can Transform Your Life - cover

The Art of Exponential Success - How Little Steps Big Discipline and Boundless Compassion Can Transform Your Life

Don Ha

Publisher: Forbes Books

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As a seventeen-year-old refugee in New Zealand, Don Ha marveled at the mansions atop a mountain overlooking the sea, wondering about the owners’ success secrets. What did they know that he didn’t?Today, he owns the highest residence on that very peak.But his journey holds more than achievement. Don, a perceptive entrepreneur, believes his principles can empower anyone. The Art of Exponential Success unveils his mindset and actions for finding triumph in both career and life.Don's Realtor tale is distinct, built on hard work and steadfast values—no magic involved. As the transformative CEO of RE/MAX New Zealand and Fiji, he motivates his team toward wealth, in this book is now sharing these revelations. Embrace his guidance to uncover success, whether in real estate or life, and be inspired to climb your own mountains of achievement.
Available since: 03/19/2024.
Print length: 168 pages.

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