Written by Philip Sullivan, who has travelled the world studying how and why people fail to achieve their goals, ‘The Theory Of Factoring In Goal Accomplishment’ presents an entirely new and proven way to attract more success. Through the author’s self-conceived theory of ‘factoring’, readers can break down any goal to identify its elements and overcome common dream-destroying pitfalls. Sullivan’s advice is practical, frankly-honest and cuts straight to the chase.
Calgary, AB -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/29/2014 -- Most people claim they fall into one of two groups; either those who consistently accomplish their goals and enjoy an abundance of success, or those who sit by while life fails them. Alberta’s Philip Sullivan has travelled the world exploring this phenomenon and has some bold advice - the outcome is within each individual’s control.
Years of study led to Sullivan developing his theory of ‘factoring’, which breaks goals down to their most basic elements and shows why and how some can’t achieve a successful outcome. This proven and highly-practical framework is showcased in the ground-breaking book, ‘The Theory Of Factoring In Goal Accomplishment’.
The Theory of Factoring presents a new way of looking at goals, why we fail to accomplish them, and what we can do about it. If you are tired of normal "self-help" drab and want something that gives concrete reasons behind goal accomplishment, then this is the book for you.
Provides you with the tools and framework to understand why you are (or are not) succeeding at your goals. Not the same, typical answers you read in most books.
“I have studied people from every conceivable race, class, culture and country – both those traditionally thought of as “poor” and those seemingly blessed with western privilege,” explains Sullivan. “My findings bucked the trend of popular thought – in that achieving goals transcends any single individual’s circumstance. Every culture and country consistently has people who seem to have it all, as well as those whose dreams leave them with nothing.”
Continuing, “After finding the answer as to why some people win and some fail, I created the theory of ‘factoring’ as practical tool anyone can put into place to uncover the leaks in their own dreams and patch them up for eventual success. Equally, they’ll discover why some always seem to pull ahead. While my book of course contains theory, the framework itself is presented in a highly accessible manner. Each ‘factor’ can make a vital difference to any goal’s success or failure, and within a few hours readers will be able to deploy the framework to all areas of their life.”
Since its release, the book has attracted a string of rave reviews. B.E. Ruse comments, “Wow, this was a great book! I'm so happy I picked it up! Thanks so much for the theories and the practical application that you taught in the book! I really love these types of books and I encourage everyone to get this book today!”
Jack Toleman adds, “This is a really interesting take on goal setting and accomplishment. Brace yourself, because this jumps right into it without missing a beat. No fluff here, just some practical thinking. Love it.”
‘The Theory Of Factoring In Goal Accomplishment’ is available now: http://amzn.to/1t6kTtP.
About Philip Sullivan
The author lives in Calgary, Alberta.