Press Release – Success Is Attainable When You Believe Life Is Filled With Solutions, Not Problems




Success Is Attainable When You Believe Life Is Filled With Solutions, Not Problems

Houston, TX, September 10, 2012 – Do you ever feel like everyone around you is succeeding, leaving you behind feeling unhappy and unsatisfied with your life? Don’t be that person who dreams of success but never quite gets there. As a successful chartered accountant and owner of his own accounting company, Patrick Daniel understands that real victory in the ‘business of life’ comes from achieving success both professionally and personally. His inspiring book, Finding Your Road to Success – How to get there without getting lost (PDCA Publishing), shares a step-by-step approach to building roadmaps that lead straight to the top!

Patrick Daniel became independently wealthy by the young age of 30 – a fact that validates his credentials for writing a self-help motivational and inspirational book that is filled with great lessons, personal experiences, and strategically placed quotes, from both unknown and famous individuals, that support tips to encourage readers to achieve goals beyond their wildest dreams.

While many of us work hard to reach success, we often get lost along the way for a variety of reasons. Finding Your Road to Success is interactive in the sense that it gets you thinking about your life. As you read, you find yourself analyzing exactly where you are in your life versus where you want to be; the more pages you read the more you discover who you are and what true success really means to you – and you get the tools to steer you in the right direction.

The author demonstrates how it’s possible for anyone to achieve success and he willingly shares the secrets to happiness, wealth and ultimate success in his book. Written in simple terms that make for easy reading, he uses entertaining stories from his own life experiences as lessons in this well-written, basic guide for anyone wanting to begin their journey on the path to a successful life.

Patrick’s mantra, ‘life is filled with solutions, not problems,’ is at the core of his ‘glass half-full’ attitude that makes Finding Your Road to Success a must-read for anyone needing a shot of optimism. A rarity of sorts, the author realized at a very young age that true success is achieving goals that go way beyond monetary and his book shatters all notions that success is a myth!

Patrick Daniel is a successful chartered accountant and owner of his own accounting company, author, featured radio guest, life coach, sought-after speaker, and an avid volunteer for numerous organizations and charities that benefit children and poor families.

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Available at all major online outlets and author’s website
Finding Your Road to Success – How to get there without getting lost
By Patrick Daniel
PDCA Publishing
ISBN # 9780986706004 Paper format
ISBN # 9780986706011 E-book format


Norm Goldman, Publisher, Editor: “… [Book] provides a piecemeal approach to creating road maps that will lead us to success. The key to these maps is spread over eight chapters that begins with finding our own definition of success which may differ than that of the author’s…Our definition of success is unique to us and unless we have a clear vision of what success personally means to us, we will be unable to work towards it. Fundamentally, it requires a snapshot of our strengths, weaknesses and what is important to us. Once we get a handle on how we perceive success, the next step will be formulating a road map to help us on our way… What really stands out in this gem of a book is [the] use of personal anecdotes and philosophical quotes that play a vital role in conveying his message to the reader…these stories convey powerful lessons.” “…[Book] covers a multitude of subjects essential to success such as finance, visualization, positive thinking, goal setting, checklists, religion, volunteering, budgets, health and humility that prepare an individual for a life of achievement and fulfillment…it all seems to come together in one neat package by the end of the book…basic, all-encompassing and to the point – a great read for those who fighting the odds and struggling to make something of themselves…this book guides a person through the steps to successful living…At the end of the book is…an example budget template to assist those who need help organizing and tracking their income and expenses. This detailed motivational book is a compilation of tips and suggestions, which can be read over and over again for maximum usage and effect.”

Kelly Libatique, author of Divine Knowledge Transfer: “…[Book] was a pleasure to read …stands out from the crowd…It’s really a work about two things that allude so many in this rat race of life: happiness and satisfaction…doesn’t come across as some “success expert” with a bunch of finger-wagging, cocksure formulas or old clichés. Patrick is very transparent and talks openly about himself and his family, his goals, his dreams, and even his failures… His formulas are more like conceptual templates where you, the reader, fill in the blanks…[book] is also packed with rich quotes, worthy of noting…All in all, a personal and touching work by someone who has achieved success in many ways.”

Donald Wilson, author of Because I think, I Believe: “In [book] Daniel asks the question, “What is your definition of success?” Throughout this well-written book, [he] lays out for the reader a roadmap to finding a personal success…his is not a guide to finding the same kind of success that he has enjoyed. Instead, he walks the reader through a systematic way of understanding what success means to them. [His] writing style is easy to follow and his logic flows smoothly…enjoyed the read and would recommend the book to anyone who is interested in the subject matter.”

Goodreads: “Easy to read and informative…excellent for anyone who is trying to find a new focus in life…It’s a great read for the young adult getting ready to embark on the world, or for the older adult who has lost their way, or for anyone who is simply trying to prioritize their own goals…takes you through the process of organizing those goals and focusing on what matters…what makes you happy. Do you need help defining what “success” means to you? Read this book and you just might be able to focus on what matters most.”



~ by adelesymonds on September 11, 2012.

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