(Cary, N.C.) International strategic business consultant and noted author on how to start and manage a profitable business, Lea Strickland, MBA/CMA/CFM/CBM/GMC, has just released the first in a series of “how-to” digital books on finding business success, “10-Minute Success: Goals” for Amazon Kindle. The Kindle price is $2.99, which includes free wireless delivery via Amazon Whispernet; the book is available for purchase on Amazon.com or via www.10minutesuccess.com.

“To be successful, you have to want it, see it, believe you can do it, and be responsible for your results,” Strickland writes in the Foreword. Her “10-Minute Success” series is designed to help entrepreneurs apply real-world planning and execution to getting big projects done.

“We are overwhelmed with things we need to do and have to do. This usually means the things we want to do get pushed aside – not enough time!” Strickland explains, adding, “The reality is that we are usually looking for big blocks of time in our day to devote to big projects. By setting aside 10 Minutes every day, you can spend more than 60 hours in a year working toward specific goals.”

According to Strickland, The 10 Minute Process focuses you on using that time effectively to get specific, measurable results. Those results may be one entire item or part of a bigger goal. 10 Minute Success requires you to make success your priority at least 10 Minutes every day, more if you can, but start with 10 Minutes used effectively and see the results.

Author of the books “Out of the Cubicle and Into Business” and “One Great Idea!” Strickland is a columnist for the popular business news publication TheStreet.com and has numerous articles published in other high-profile national media outlets including FOX Business and MWorld.

Her consulting firm, F.O.C.U.S. (TM) Resources, provides proven techniques to organizations to develop sound strategic goals and infrastructure management solutions to build a baseline for success. Strickland’s work for over 400 clients in the United States, Canada, and Mexico in numerous industries provided valuable real-world information for “Goals” both in terms of best practices as well as missteps to avoid.

“In order for an organization of any size to prosper, they need clear goals and a strong, properly crafted operational infrastructure specifically designed to support organizational goals,” she explains, adding, “Individuals and organizations need to be focused on the things that are important to them – goals. Whether you want more for your life as an individual or you want your business to be more successful (and that will improve your personal life), it all begins with Goals!”

Strickland advocates developing a sound goal set in addition to day-to-day and long-term strategic processes needed to achieve it, in addition to understanding how to choose activities that generate results and making key changes in behavior and attitude that will impact an individual’s ability to succeed.

“10-Minute Success: Goals” can be found on Amazon.com by typing “Lea Strickland” in the search box at the top of the page or by visiting www.10minutesuccess.com. Additional digital versions for Applie ibook, Nook, and PDF will be released later this year.

Lea Strickland, MBA/CMA/CFM/CBM/GMC, is an internationally renowned business strategy expert applying proven infrastructure management solutions to help businesses and organizations of all sizes build a baseline for success. She is the President of F.O.C.U.S. (TM) Resources and founder of the Technovation Entrepreneur (TM) program helping entrepreneurs take their ideas to market. Strickland is the author of books including “Out of the Cubicle and Into Business” “One Great Idea!” and “Marketing Strategies” and has had columns published in numerous high-profile national media outlets. Regularly leading workshops and presenting at a wide range of industry events, Lea is a sought-after public speaker and thought leader on how to effectively start and grow a business. For more information, visit www.leastrickland.com.

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