One Step Ahead
The Unused Keys to Success
By Roger Fritz
One of the most important qualities of successful people, says author Roger Fritz, is the ability to
listen for the knock that announces opportunity. Oddly, the knock is so obvious that it's often
overlooked! Too many people just sit back and wait patiently for fortune to smile on them. When
it finally does knock, it's often unheard. When it smiles broadly, it's ignored. The ability to
recognize the lucky break is a vital skill because it doesn't happen often.
There are other personal attributes that Fritz says are key to achieving success potential,
including: Self-Esteem, Responsibility, Optimism, Goal-setting, Imagination, Awareness, and Creativity.
Among other things, successful people and leaders are:
||-- Tough-Minded Deciders
||-- Dreamers with Horse Sense
||-- Sacrificial Performers
||-- Persistent Plodders
As the author says, "The side roads are filled with brainy people who started fast but ran out of gas.
They were replaced by slower, plain, deliberate types who just kept going and never looked back."
A terrific book about success, this book will help the reader identify and build on the critical areas
that are essential for achieving the success they want in their personal and professional lives.