The S-Factor

How To Be A Successful Person

by Patrick E. Jeter



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/19/2004

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 176
ISBN : 9781418413491
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 176
ISBN : 9781418413484

About the Book

The S-factor is different from other self-help books. Although there are many good sources of information, too many of them speak generally and don’t offer specific help. The S-factor speaks to you personally, helping you build a list of traits that need changing. Like dredging a river, The S-factor will help you dig up and discard those character traits that are blocking your personal and professional success.

You will learn how your mind stores memories from your past in mental bags, how the mnemonic processor accesses those bags, and how your mental tape player is fed negative messages to play over and over. You will explore your self-fulfilling prophecies and learn how to change the negative, success-blocking traits into positive ones.

After going through the steps of The S-factor, you will feel a surge of positive energy, as you become a more successful person in your relationships at home and at work. For the first time, you will have a personal plan to implement and refer to for long-term success. You will be able to update your plan as you grow and change, making The S-factor the only self-help guide you’ll ever need.

About the Author

Patrick Jeter currently resides in Council Bluffs, Iowa and is the father of three beautiful children: Jonathan, Sarah, and Hilary. He has earned a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and Banking from Buena Vista University and an Associates degree in Psychology from Iowa Western Community College.

Mr. Jeter has experience in trucking, restaurant management, insurance sales, and stock brokerage. Combining his childhood experience, work experience, and observations of people; Mr. Jeter created The S-factor to help people be more successful in every aspect of their life.

He is now a freelance writer and author. Mr. Jeter is interested in writing children’s books and magazine articles, and is currently completing coursework for the Institute of Children’s Literature.