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Take the Stairs

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Published by Second Story Press .
Written in English


  • Fiction,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s 12-Up - Fiction - General,
  • Children: Young Adult (Gr. 7-9),
  • Teenagers and adults,
  • Social Issues - General,
  • General,
  • Adolescence,
  • Interpersonal relations

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages183
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8726319M
ISBN 101896764762
ISBN 109781896764764

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“Through reading Take the Stairs, one develops a greater appreciation for the commonality that runs through people’s lives: suffering, struggle, and hope. These are not the glossy stories one sees on TV but the real lives of teens growing up in Canada in the twenty-first century.” Canadian Book Review Annual “The teenagers are.   This book will tell you the truth about what it really takes to become a massive success in every area of your life-if you choose to Take the Stairs." --Darren Hardy, publisher of Success magazine and bestselling author of The Compound Effect "The easy way is /5(). "This book shows how to develop the courage, character, and determination to succeed in anything you attempt. It can change your life!" —Brian Tracy, New York Times bestselling author of Eat That Frog "Take the Stairs is a compelling and challenging call for all of us to accomplish greatness. It not only shows you how to make self- discipline. Do you ride the escalator-or take the stairs? No matter how you define success, it always requires one thing: self-discipline. But as popular speaker and strategist Rory Vaden explains, we live in an "escalator world"-one that's filled with shortcuts, quick fixes, and distractions that make it all too easy to slide into procrastination, compromise, and mediocrity.4/5(3).