VOL. 2 of Cameron Colvin's NEVERSTOP Book Series...
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NEVERSTOP: Cameron Colvin's 12 Principles of Success (Vol.1)
Bay Area Native, Former De La Salle Spartan, University of Oregon Duck, and San Francisco 49er, Cameron Colvin's success has been one of man accomplishments in the face of great tragedies.
Colvin's loss of both his parents at a young age, as well as the cold-blooded murder of his best friend days before heading to college, were featured in Sony's Box Office Hit "When the Game Stands Tall". This book shares with readers the principles that helped him not only survive those tragic events, but to also prosper in life.
Now, as Chairman of his very own multi-million dollar international real estate development company Rise Above Enterprises, Cameron has been featured in numerous global media outlets including; Forbes, ESPN, Sports Illustrated, USA Today, the New York Post, and many more.
Hear directly from Cameron Colvin, as he details the principles that have helped him "Stand Tall" in the face of tragedy and loss. When these principles are applied together and practiced everyday, they will transform your life beyond your wildest dreams.
CAMERON'S 12 PRINCIPLES OF SUCCESS
Rule #1 - Define Your Vision.
Rule #2 - Do What Is Necessary.
Rule #3 - Surround Yourself With Good People
Rule #4 - Communicate .
Rule #5 - Give More Than You Expect to Receive
Rule #6 - Use Mistakes as an Improvement Tool
Rule #7 - Be Prepared
Rule #8 - Raise Your Standards
Rule #9 - Change Your Limiting Beliefs
Rule #10 - Create a Culture
Rule #11 - Let Go Of The Past
Rule #12 -Never Give Up
“Cameron Colvin is a most impressive young man. Despite experiencing such tragedy at a young age, he continues to move forward and has become a true role model and inspiration for young people. His book is the story of triumph and overcoming adversity and his message is one of never giving up. Cam truly embodies the idea that to persevere is to succeed. I have no doubt we will see much more from this young man in the years to come.”