The Success Guidebook Opens the Door to Bold New Possibilities

The Success Guidebook Opens the Door to Bold New Possibilities

Most people don’t realize they are already wildly successful, says master life coach and bestselling author Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino. In her new book, The Success Guidebook: How to Visualize, Actualize, and Amplify You, Hamilton-Guarino helps readers redefine success for themselves — so it becomes meaningful to the individual.

“It’s time to stop spinning your wheels and over-working for a fragile concept that feels unattainable,” Hamilton-Guarino wrote in the book’s introduction. “The Success Guidebook will help you stop feeling like you have to prove your worth to others or prove people wrong.”

In her book, she shares 10 factors of success (they aren’t what you think) and weaves them with heartfelt experiences and strategies to help readers redefine success and manifest it in their own lives.

“Your breakthrough to your best success happens when reality intersects with infinite possibilities,” she said. “When this happens in our real lives, the stars align. It’s time to redefine success for yourself personally and to pursue the life you want by also giving thought and attention comprehensively to various areas of your life, such as health or relationships, which suffer when attention is paid in such a focused manner to another area in the pursuit of ‘success.’”

Hamilton-Guarino also believes that traditional measurements for success are unrealistic and largely unattainable.

“This disconnect has created multiple issues on many fronts. Success isn’t one-size-fits- all. We need a new way forward: a new definition of success that is individualized,” she explained. “Imagine taking an express route to excellence and success by learning the art of comprehensive and well-rounded success. Here you have your best awareness for excelling in all areas of your life at a world class level.”

By implementing Hamilton-Guarino’s unique Ten Factors of Success — the behaviors consistently exhibited by people who stand out and behave with world-class excellence — readers will learn how to finally overcome the stubborn obstacles that have stood in their way and harness the power to move forward with clarity, a renewed purpose and the personalized confidence to build a life of bold, brave and infinite possibilities.

Included are profiles of 20 people who exemplify these principles, including actress Rhys Olivia Cote; Georgetown University’s Head Baseball Coach, Edwin Thompson; Founder/CEO of, Indiana Gregg; and Olympian Mitch Gaylord.

“Here’s the secret: You don’t need to be on a national or international platform to be world-class,” Hamilton-Guarino added. “You can have it right in your own home, to be and feel successful in each and every moment of your life. This book will help you learn how to tap into world-class behaviors and get the results you desire — at last.”

About the Author

In 2008, Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino closed the door to her office to think about her life. When she opened it, she walked through, leaving behind an almost two-decade career in the financial services industry in order to open the doors for the Best Ever You Network. Today, Best Ever You is a multimedia brand and platform with millions of fans and followers around the world. She is a tireless champion of others and believes in the need for the individual light within to raise the collaborative power of us and we.

Hamilton-Guarino is also a writer, master coach and speaker focused on change, success, gratitude and helping people be their best. She is the author of the bestselling and five-time award-winning book, The Change Guidebook: How to Align Your Heart, Truths, and Energy to Find Success in All Areas of Your Life.

Her work has been featured in places like Good HousekeepingU.S. News and World ReportForbes and more. Her popular “4-4-4 Newsletter” is sent out each week to thousands of subscribers.

She and her husband, Peter, have been married for more than 25 years and have four adult sons, three rescued cats and two dogs. They can often be found in their gardens, in the pool, raking leaves or, depending on the season, in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

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