BANK ON SELF-INVESTMENT | Belief DepoWebsited — Triumph Withdrawn: A Stimulus Check For One’s Self (Paperback) by Michael D. Lewis (Author)

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Publication Date: November 8, 2020
Publisher: MT INSIGNIA 2.0, LLC
Dimensions: 6 x 0.48 x 9 inches
ISBN: 978-0-578-78731-2
Page Count: 188 pages
Item Weight: 10 ounces
Language: English

Category: Motivational Self-Help

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Now is the time for YOU to endure a robust kind of formative evaluation to explicitly reflect on, and assess, how YOU plan to tackle the adventures of attaining the quality of life YOU envision for YOURSELF.


Every day, you miss out on dozens of opportunities to improve your life. These opportunities might slip past you completely unnoticed. Or worse, you decide to let them pass you by because you are too afraid to reach out and grab them. This book utilizes a mixture of banking and investment jargons to theorize and explain novel self-investment concepts metaphorically. It is carefully crafted to help you gain a broader perspective of—and a deeper understanding into—who you are and how you envision yourself. It is “A Stimulus Check for One’s Self” because it will challenge you to perform practical actions that can allow you to gain momentum on your life’s goals.


Are you someone who feels too scared by the possibility of failure to put yourself out there? Are you reluctant to put your skills to the test because you don’t feel like they’re good enough yet? Are you clueless about your goals, to the point where you don’t recognize just how valuable even one of these opportunities could be in changing your life for the better? If you’re someone who shies away from change and lives your life too afraid of failure to take a shot at success, then learning how to invest in yourself can change your life.


Investing isn’t just useful for banks and stock markets. You can also invest in your future success. Self-investment encourages you to consider your long-term goals. Where do you want to be in five years? What about ten? Are you doing everything you can to ensure you achieve your goals, or could you be doing much more?


When you invest in yourself, you view yourself the same way you would consider a financial investment. You want to get the highest possible return on your investment, and you can only do that by cultivating the traits, skills, and mentality you need to succeed. A little bit of investment now ensures you will have a much greater reward later, and any work you put in will be well worth the effort when you are living the life you’ve always dreamed of. Begin by investing belief in yourself, and eventually, you will be able to withdraw triumph.


In “Bank on Self-Investment,” you will learn:

  1. 1) Why you need to start investing in yourself sooner rather than later.
  2. 2) What it means to deposit positive qualities, like belief and hard work, and what you can gain by doing so.
  3. 3) How you can make an incredible amount of progress toward your goals by developing your skills and taking your future seriously.
A bank account only grows in value when you deposit money into it. You must make the initial investment—and the sooner, the better. The earlier you start investing in yourself, the more time your investment will have to generate interest, and the more life-changing your results will be.


The best time to start self-investing is right now! When you bank on self-investment, you are sure to increase your self-worth, and then some.


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Copyright © 2020 by Michael Dane Lewis