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Jerry Gladstone
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International Best- Selling Author
International Best- Selling Author

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New book coming 2019

“Old School Success” for the Millennial Generation

Working on a few chapters…

You're More Than a Millennial - Much More

Establishing a Winning Mind Set

Kick The Crap Out of Your Insecurity’s, Anxiety and Fears

Hard Work in a Push-of-the-Button World

Your Past Isn’t You!

I Feel Purposeless (Not Anymore!)

People Skills in a Technology-Driven Society

Silencing the Enemy Within: “Negative Self-Talk”

The Lonely Existence of Social Media

Understanding Failure & Maintaining Success

Your Bright Future!


Are you a Millennial-what’s missing?

Do you have a child who is a Millennial-what’s missing?

Suggestions comments always welcomed :)
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In case you missed out when book was released...

Amazon running a great sale on The Common Thread of Overcoming Adversity and Living Your Dreams…happens to be my best-selling book.

Used $1.66 - wow how they do this I don’t know

New paper back $10.26

Kindle $7.99

Audio book $14.95

Learn words of wisdom from some of the most successful people on the planet!

Howard Stern
Sylvester Stallone
Stevie Nicks
Ringo Starr
Mark Cuban
Leonard Marshall
Joe Namath
Gloria Gaynor and so many more…

Learn how to get out of your comfort zone, overcome procrastination, establish a winning mindset, conquer your fears and take down your self-imposed walls.

Not bad for $1.66

Holidays coming great gift!

https://www.amazon.com/Common-Thread-Overcoming-Adversity-Living/dp/1630475270/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1537830056&sr=8-1&keywords=jerry+gladstone #jerrygladstone
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SYLVESTER “SLY” STALLONE
One of my most enjoyable interviews
By Jerry Gladstone

"Most people don’t understand how powerful they can be. The human body is an amazing thing. If people can learn to push themselves, there’s no limit to how far they can go to become the best. We all need to be competitors. I love to compete; I always have and I always will.”
“Once in one’s life, for one mortal moment, one must make a grab for immortality; if not, one has not lived."
"I believe there’s an inner power that makes winners or losers. The winners are the ones who really listen to the truth of their hearts. When you’re scared, when you’re hanging on, when life is hurting you, then you’re going to see what you’re really made of. For every guy, there is an opportunity to be a lot better than he thought he could be. We can’t all be the star of the team, but we can be a star in our life.”

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I AM LOOKING FOR YOUR THOUGHTS, IDEAS AND SUGGESTIONS…

Been a few years since my last book and I am ready to hit the keyboard again.

Last book was ”The Common Thread” of Success. We interviewed some of the most successful people on the planet and discovered there really is a “blueprint” you can follow to help achieve the success you desire.

What should the next "Common Thread" be?
The Common Thread of….

Is there a subject matter you have interest in?
Is there a subject matter that has not been covered enough or needs a new perspective?
Is there a group of expert’s that you would like to hear from and their consensus on a on a subject that would benefit you?
What does the world need to hear now…controversy is fine.
How about an original idea for a new book ???

Thank you!
Jerry

Amazon link to refresh yourself with Common Thread book

https://www.amazon.com/Common-Thread-Overcomi…/…/ref=sr_1_1…
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Conquer what you fear and watch what happens!


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Still one of the most useful interviews…

“Stop worrying about being "in the right place" at the right time. Instead, always transform the place you’re in so that it becomes the right place and the right time. You need to realize that genes and environment influence 60 percent of who you are—the other 40 percent is in your control."

“Surround yourself with good people, not people who tell you why you can’t do something. When someone points out your limitations, you must counter with an attitude that says, ‘How dare they try and define who I am!. Recognize the fact that they are only describing themselves."

"As far as I’m concerned, you need to be your own advocate. You alone have to own the definition of who you are!”

“You need knowledge. Knowledge is king—get it so you can help yourself. Learn everything you need to know, including whatever is stopping you from reaching your goals. Evaluate yourself constantly, but don’t stop believing in yourself. Every day, ask yourself: ‘What did I do today that’s worth talking about tomorrow?

“At the end of the day I write down three good things that happened that day. When I wake up in the morning, I read those three things again. It starts my day with positive thoughts and helps me better understand who I am. People are held back by their own thoughts—that they can’t be successful. Don’t look back with critical regret. Look at the things you’ve done right, and learn from your mistakes.”

-Montel Williams
By Jerry Gladstone
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Do something 100 times that you are not good at and guess what...you will be great!
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By Jerry Gladstone

Joe’s Frazier's empowering Thought: “You can map out a fight plan or a life plan, but when the action starts, it may not go the way you planned, and you’re down to your reflexes—that means your [preparation]. That’s where your roadwork shows. If you cheated on that in the dark of the morning, well, you’re going to get found out now, under the bright lights.”

Do It Daily:

 Have a consistent mindset to turn the naysayers’ comments into a motivating tool. Use competition and what they say and think of you to up your game so you will win your game.

 Adopt a tenacious attitude toward reaching your goals. A mindset of non-stop effort and relentless determination are often the key ingredients between winning and losing.
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Seeing how the Mets have started the season with a 6-1 record reminds me of the many up-lifting words of wisdom Gary Carter shared with me so many moons ago. Use them for yourself to be the best you can!

Gary stats are impressive: Rookie of the Year, three-time Gold Glove winner, Eleven-time All-Star, more than 300 homeruns, 1986 World Series champion, and a Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee. Gary’s constant smile and love for the game earned him the moniker “Kid.” But from behind that smile emerged one of the fiercest, most competitive players ever to set foot on the field.

“ I was born with talent, but I loved the competition… I was always motivated to be the best. When I was a rookie drafted by the Expos, it was for shortstop—not as a catcher. The Expos converted me to catcher. To be honest I wasn’t very good at first, but I had the drive to make sure I got better and stayed in the big leagues. I never thought of being a Hall-of-Fame player; my focus was on my goals and success. I saw that it wasn’t always the most talented player that made it; it was always about desire and enthusiasm. I always wanted to win—all the time.”

“I believe what holds people back from reaching their goals is fear of not succeeding—a fear of failure. You can fail seven out of ten times in baseball and still be considered one of the greatest! The key thing you need is always to push on. God has a plan for all of us; we just need to recognize it.”

“Without my desire, enthusiasm, and love of the game, my twelve knee operations and a shoulder operation, two ankle surgeries and two broken thumbs would have kept me from being in the game as long as I was. The inner drive to overcome all challenges motivated me. I accomplished everything I wanted to, and I would never turn the clock back even if I could. It all boils down to choices. We all have just one life to live, so we need to look in the mirror and ask, ‘How do I want to be remembered?”

“Nothing will ever come easy. It’s a matter of how much you want it. You want to be an example. I looked to Johnny Bench and Pete Rose. You’ve got to love the way they played: 100 percent all the time. When I’m out there, I’m just going to give it all I have.”

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Remembering some good times with The Champ "Smokin Joe Frazier...love his humor and words of wisdom.

“I wasn’t a big guy. People thought the big guys would eat me up. But it was the other way around. I loved to fight the big guys. The way I fight, it’s not me beatin’ the man; I make the man whip himself. Only one big guy I didn’t like to fight: That was George. Fightin’ George Foreman is like being in the street with an eighteen-wheeler comin’ at you.”

“You need to want it more than the other guy when you are in the ring; it doesn’t lie. And nobody wanted it more than me.”

Do It Daily:

Have a consistent mindset to turn the naysayers’ comments into a motivating tool. Use competition and what they say and think of you to up your game so you will win your game.

Adopt a tenacious attitude toward reaching your goals. A mindset of non-stop effort and relentless determination are often the key ingredients between winning and losing.
#jerrygladstone
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