Jan. 23, 2021



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Create Your Own "Economy" of Success by Building a Blueprint Guaranteed To Help You Achieve Your Dreams

FAIR OAKS, CA, February 04, 2010 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Economic setbacks, job loss and failure defined much of 2009 and forced many Americans to examine their lives. Now in 2010, we are poised to turn it all around - at least in our own lives and by our own definitions of success. Today, people are getting real about their own lives and what it will take to make them happy and successful. Instead of looking to the outside to define their success, they are looking inward and seeking spiritual guidance to shape new attitudes and redefine and reshape their lives and live their dreams. This renewed sense of hope and self determination is being assisted by people like Dr. Lance A. Casazza who has combined innovation, wisdom and research to develop 110 Tools and a new system to help people find success - even during a bad economy.

"We have the power to build successful lives (and success means different things to different people)," said Dr. Casazza. "Contrary to some mainstream thought, we can create the lives of our dreams - and successful outcomes, as these goals have nothing to do with the economy or outside circumstances. It's all about you taking charge of your life, making a plan, and doing it. Do you realize more people take more time to plan a vacation than they do their own lives? That didn't make sense to me."

Dr. Casazza has personally experienced his own challenges. After spending several years struggling in his private chiropractic practice, Dr. Casazza began a personal odyssey to discover what successful people did to realize their dreams. He began asking questions, conducting research, and studying what made successful people a success. He developed 110 Tool and eventually wrote the new book Be the Hammer Not the Nail as a result of his studies and the answers he found.

"We know we want our lives to be a success; but I don't know about you but I wasn't born with an instruction manual on how to achieve that success, and I experienced many barriers in my life and had to figure it out on my own," said Dr. Casazza. "I'm not alone either. Part of why people make things like New Year's resolutions is because they know they need to change something. They think I'll just make this pact with myself - and it will happen. Well, life doesn't work that way for the average person. You can make pacts all you want, but if you don't know exactly what you're going to do to get results you'll end up failing."

In looking at the issue of what it takes to be successful, Dr. Casazza began researching other self-help tools, CDs, books, etc., to mine helpful tips, tricks and information to develop an innovative system to not only help create success in his life and enhance his chiropractic practice, but also help others. So, he began assembling and accumulating information that resulted in 110 Tools and a system he calls Self, Affirmations, Nutrition and Exercise (SANE) that when combined with the Tools enables the average person to build a blueprint for success in just 21 days.

The 110 Tools, which are the heart of the system, range from tried-and-true philosophies to unique and interesting techniques to turn positive into negative and failure into success. Some of the Tools include:

1. Don't major in minor things.
3. Accept change as part of life; don't fight it.
23. If I talked to you the way you talked to yourself, you'd hate me.
32. The hole you receive through is only as big as the hole you give through.
35. The road of "someday" leads to the town of "nowhere."
50. Language is not only spoken; what are you saying?
61. When the rope gets slippery, tie a knot and hang on.
85. Ultimately, you choose.
97. You will always remember what came hard and mostly forget what
came easy.
106. To get what you've never had, you must do what you've never done.
110. It's not what happens to you, it's what you do with what happens to you.

"I didn't want to set people up for failure," said Dr. Casazza. "The SANE system and blueprint are developed to really help people set reasonable and doable targets. As they achieve their first target, they set the next set of goals for the next 21 days, etc. It's the Tools that make it really unique and interesting. They give you new things and ideas to try. And it works. My business was struggling until I discovered this system and applied it. Now my life and business are succeeding - and it feels great; but also I want to help others figure it out too."

The entire system including the 110 Tools is featured in the book Be the Hammer Not the Nail, which is on sale for $17.95 on via Dr. Casazza's website (www.bethehammernotthenail.com) the 3L Publishing website (www.3LPublishing.com) or Amazon (www.amazon.com). It will be widely available in major bookstores across the country in spring 2010.

About Be the Hammer Not the Nail
Dr. Lance A. Casazza wrote Be the Hammer Not the Nail to help people achieve success in their lives. The book is designed to help people learn the secrets to success in just 21 days. The process combines the book's 110 Tools, a simple one-page blueprint, and helps men and women build a successful life using the book's SANE (Self, Affirmations, Nutrition and Exercise) system. For more information, visit the website http://www.bethehammernotthenail.com.

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