Your Journey Starts Here


Do you know how to define what success means to you and how to really achieve it?

Have you spent time mapping out your path to success and what it will take to get there?  When we’re new book covergetting ready to take a road trip, we spend time planning our path and the details of the trip.  How much planning have you put into defining your path to success? Most of us have an idea of what success means to us, but have you ever really sat down and mapped out what it will take to reach your definition of success?  That’s where “Success or Failure – The Choice is Yours” is designed to help guide you on your journey.

On the book’s cover, you will see a mapped out path to achieving success and the steps involved in reaching your defined goals.  If you truly want to eliminate your financial need, you must develop a plan to succeed.

Our book “Success or Failure, The Choice is Yours” was originally written to help people that wanted to start a business.  Then we realized it’s value to people of all ages and stages of their lives.  This workbook can help you develop your path to success.  It is broken down into components and is easily utilized by all ages and walks of life.  It takes contemplation and planning, just like that road trip, but this end destination is of far more significance than taking a vacation.

In these trying economic times with so many people out of work or fearing losing their jobs Success or Failure has become a major tool for assisting all people who want to take control of their financial and personal lives.  You will learn how to plan and grow a business or improve your job security if that is what is important to you.

There is a German proverb that says “Charity looks at the need not the cause.”  When you read then apply the lessons taught in Success or Failure, you will look at the cause and work to eliminate the need.

Our goal in writing this book is to give you a workbook to organize your professional and personal life. Whether you work at a job or live the dream of forming your own company, you have your own definition of success, goals, and accomplishments. Yes, you can achieve your success and also enjoy living your life well.

Harvard Psychologist, William James, said, “The greatest discovery of my generation is that a human being can alter his life by altering his attitude of mind.”  In my experience, the practice of “altering the attitude of mind” can be extended to every person who desires, then strives for success.

It is time to define what success means to you and start today to develop your plan that leads to a balanced personal and financial life.  This workbook is your guide. Remember you don’t need a plan to fail.  Purchase your copy of  “Success or Failure – The Choice is Yours” and map out your unique road to success.

Begin your Journey of Significance today!



“I started reading the book and writing my Business Plan.  My goal was to take a trip to Israel, but saving in this economy seemed hopeless.  I really can’t explain it but all of a sudden I was so enthused about my trip and finding ways to make extra money.  My enthusiasm left me open to see different opportunities available to me that I hadn’t seen before.  Since writing my Business Plan I have had several great opportunities that I would never have seen had I not been in the frame of mind I was in from reading this book.  I am much happier now, have a goal, and will fulfill my dream.  As a matter of fact, I am already thinking of another dream after I fulfill this one.”  Judy

Great Things Are Happening Through Sales of the Book

Golf Program for Autistic Children Offered through Sun City Country Club

Autism is a disease that has long afflicted children.   More research, discussions and awareness is being raised about this mysterious affliction that affects 1 in 110 children and 1 in every 70 boys.  So far as medical science is aware, there is no cure for autism.  Children with autism may receive many types of treatments, which may be bio-medical, sensory, behavioral, developmental or even arts-based. Depending upon the child, certain treatments will be more successful than others.

That’s where the Sun City Country Club, Tom Loegering Sr, and Jr. come into the picture.  They have a passion and desire to help autistic children become empowered through the game of golf.  Tom has developed and implemented the Golf Program for Autistic Kids.  Bob Schuler will be teaching the classes and is experienced in working with children and adults with autism.  The Sun City Country Club has kicked off the Golf Program for Autistic Kids by providing scholarships for 10 children to take advantage of this opportunity last Fall.  The parents from this initial group were thrilled with the results of the program.

Sponsors are currently being solicited to fund 10 more scholarships for another session this Fall.  Tom’s goal for 2012 is to have sessions going year around, to provide local children with autism the opportunity to participate in the program.

The inaugural session of the program was funded by profits from sales of “Success or Failure, The Choice is Yours”.   It was written by Tom and his son to help people, in business and everyday life, define their goals and identify a path of balance to achieve their definition of success.  This book is a powerful resource for all ages and walks of life.  100% of profits from book sales are being donated to the the Golf Program for Autistic Kids.  Sales of the book are also being offered as a fundraising opportunity for non-profit organizations.   For more information on how you can use the book as a fundraising opportunity, or to purchase, contact Tom at

Currently, Tom is seeking out interview opportunities to get more exposure for the book, thereby increasing funds available for the Program from the sales.  He is also trying to connect with non-profits, community groups and corporations who would like to participate by providing sponsorships for either a session ($1,000.00) or a child ($100.00).  We will also be in need of volunteers for the program, so there are many ways which you can help us get this program up and running year-round.

If you have a child who is autistic between the ages of 5 to 18, please submit your interest in participating in the Golf Program to  Simply tell Tom why you would like to participate and how you think the program will help your child.

The choice is yours.

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