Leverage is not a "college survival guide" nor does it have anything to do with partying, dating, or living with obnoxious roommates. This book focuses on solving the more daunting questions that creep into the mind of nearly every college student:
This book is for college students who refuse to settle for an average life and who are willing to work to achieve their dreams. Leverage is designed to be a guide that will provide you with the tactics, tools, and resources to accelerate your success and enable you to leave a lasting, positive impact in the lives of many others.
In four parts, Leverage will equip you with many hidden and non-traditional strategies that will put you in control and make you increasingly more confident to crush college and take the real world by storm.
Imagine what your life would be like if you knew the best ways to invest in yourself and understood how to leverage those opportunities to get what you want. How awesome would it be if you became the go-to person within your network who has a direction and a plan for what you want to do with your life?
Don’t be the person who misses out in life because you are busy worrying about what is out of your control. Take matters into your own hands and be the kind of person who inspires others to become the best version of themselves. The guidelines provided in Leverage have brought results to students in many different fields. All you have to do is read and execute. Your journey starts today.
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"This book provides both practical and remarkably powerful strategies for any student looking to make a big impact in college and beyond. Read Leverage or be surpassed by all the students who have."
"Brandon has a contagious zest for life and a true passion for teaching everything he knows. The words of wisdom he shares in Leverage will inspire you to find your path to success... whatever that may be."
"This book is the perfect guidebook for an aspiring student, a great graduation gift for the new-minted graduate, or even to a parent or caregiver who is prepping his teenage son or daughter for a new life."