Success Express Lane – eBook, Audiobook & Paperback
Your Roadmap to Personal Achievement
Success Express Lane presents the principles and the stages that are necessary for success in clear, easy-to-follow steps. Its pages are full of descriptive examples and real-life stories that will teach you to work your way up the ladder and inspire you to reach for all life has to offer.
The secret of success unfolded! Indeed, the road to success is not always easy, but Success Express Lane shows you how to avoid the potholes, traffic jams and detours, busting through the self-imposed and external roadblocks that keep you from reaching your goals, accomplishing your dreams and achieving tangible, lifelong success.
What others have to say about Success Express Lane
Some readers’ reviews of Success Express Lane, as seen on Amazon website, are posted below.
“In this book, the author describes success as a series of steps much like a roadmap to get you from Point A to Point B, with all the elements to make a road trip successful. As with most success plans, the focus is determination, perseverance, discipline, and very hard work. I liked that the author used key points throughout the book to restate ideas and that success in this book is not tied to wealth accumulation (which is sometimes a by-product but not the focus).”~ Dennie
“Success Express Lane is a great read for anyone who is striving to reach goals, starting off in their career, or working towards personal achievements. I have no doubt that this book will get nothing short of five stars because who doesn’t strive for success? The steps towards reaching success that the author James Taiwo describes are motivating, and he makes you realize that success doesn’t just come overnight. The book is easy to read and follow along, and I love how he adds inspirational quotes at the beginning of every chapter. If you want to be successful and have the desire to be then you will in your own way, and that is just what Taiwo writes about.”~ Jessie
“…Simply looking at it (Success Express Lane) is enough to encourage readers to strive for success. A road leading into the sky? How is this anything but inspiring?! Opening the book, the reader then encounters page after page of how success is within anyone’s reach. To drive home his point, he even refers to historical figures such as Benjamin Franklin and Frederick Douglass—individuals who had to clear substantial hurdles to make things happen in their lives. I especially applaud Taiwo’s acknowledgment that success is not all about money. It’s refreshing to see someone point out just how important it is that we pursue goals that give us a sense of fulfillment, happiness, and purpose in life. After all, money comes and goes. It’s the intangibles that truly make a difference. Highly recommended!~ Catwriter