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Something About Me and My Book:
Steve Kennedy is a professionally trained and certified co-active coach with a personal mission to honor his own values by helping people achieve success in business and life.

Steve is a highly respected and successful entrepreneur with a passion for "The Game of Business." With over 25 years' experience in creating, building and managing a dozen successful businesses, Steve's ability to partner with clients and adapt to their culture has been key to his success. Steve understands the challenges people face in the business world. He helps business owners, professionals, entrepreneurs and executives overcome obstacles of all kinds, so they can achieve better results with less effort.

Steve's own businesses have earned numerous industry awards and the media has continually recognized Steve himself as a respected business leader. He is the founder of Winning the Game of Business and, since 2004, has published, "Tools for Winning the Game," an e-zine with a subscriber list of 3,000 and growing. His success is due in large part to strong customer loyalty and repeat business. Steve's strengths include his unique ability to work with and motivate clients who are initiating new ventures or dealing with adversity and market uncertainty.

A passionate and lifelong learner, Steve enjoys traveling and spending time with Pattie, his wife of more than 20 years. He also enjoys coaching youth sports for their two children, Stephen (18) and Amy (15), and riding his fat boy motorcycle or driving his 1970 Triumph TR6 convertible.

At the request of his many clients, colleagues, family and friends who want to delve deeper into some of his ideas, Steve just authored an exciting new book titled, Winning the Game of Business: The Entrepreneur's Quest for Ultimate Success. Due out in late spring of 2007, the book reveals Steve's own proven strategies, insights and ideas for creating phenomenal spiritual and material success from the inside out. This book is rich with personal reflections, information and action steps designed to help readers like you discover your own path to ultimate success.

Find out:

∗ Why taking personal responsibility is your first step to success

∗ How to gain clarity about what you really, really want for yourself

∗ The stunning truth about how your own beliefs may be lying to you and how you can replace such lies with new, empowering beliefs

∗ The importance of exposing and honoring your own core values
(And why, without this piece in place, you will never truly succeed no matter what else you do.)



Words do not teach. True knowing comes from life experience.
We offer these words, that they might stimulate your thinking.
Truly, a teacher is a stimulator of thought.



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The 10 Common Traits of An Entrepreneur

1. Driven by an internal value or meaning - Example: my # 1 value that I want and need most in my life is freedom. Freedom of choice, freedom of expression, freedom to explore, for others it may be creativity they must express their creativity and can only do so in their own unique way. Others have a real value around making a contribution or to make a difference in the world.

I never see money as the #1 priority or driving force.

2. Natural Leaders - They are people who… Continue

Posted on May 11, 2007 at 11:48am

Book Excerpt From My Upcoming Book: Winning The Game of Business: The Entreprenuer's Quest For Ultimate Success


This book began long before I actually sat down to write. It began the morning I decided to change the direction of my life. I call this my defining moment.

Back then; I was 22 years old and going nowhere fast. I had no money, no place to live, no car, and no job. I had alienated my family and friends. My dad was a successful businessman, but I had spent years separating myself from him. He did not know how to emotionally connect with many people, especially me,… Continue

Posted on May 4, 2007 at 10:55pm

Detaching from Attachment

The principal of detachment is one I have simultaneously mastered and bumped up against for years. It all depends on the situation I’m in. Let me explain . . .

You know that excited feeling you get when you begin shopping for a new car? You walk into the dealership and see all the gleaming choices? Your heart begins to race as you fall in love with one particular make and model. It is called love at first sight. Within moments you’ve admired it from every angle, run your hands over… Continue

Posted on April 1, 2007 at 10:55am — 3 Comments

The Wilderness Experience

Where you look is where you go!,

In August, I spent an amazing ten days hiking in the Saw Tooth Mountains of Idaho where I had the opportunity to travel down the rapids of the upper middle fork of the Salmon River. It was all part of an incredible seminar, titled “The Wilderness Experience.”,

The seminar is designed to help participants step outside their personal comfort zones so they can get familiar with what that feels like and learn to take personal leadership in their… Continue

Posted on March 25, 2007 at 9:14pm

Why win the game of business?

Why would you want to win the game of business!

In the end, the reason we all want business success is to be happy. But you want to be happy in all areas of your life, don’t you? Of course you do. We all do. So why do so many of us try to separate our business lives from the rest of our lives?

My opinion? Big mistake.

People typically spend 50 – 60 hours a week at work, and, if you own a business, you spend another 20 hours thinking about it. So any… Continue

Posted on March 16, 2007 at 8:53pm

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At 8:38am on July 24, 2007, Jill Ronsley - SUN Editing and Book Design said…
Hi Steve,

I designed and typeset the interior of a book that you contributed to -- Success and Happiness, published by Austin Bay. I remember your article well. I hope the book is doing well.

All the best,

Jill Ronsley
Editor & Book Designer
SUN Editing & Book Design
At 8:53am on May 2, 2007, Cristina Andersson said…
Hi Steven!

We seem to be in the same business!
At 6:25pm on March 22, 2007, Judi Lake said…
Hi Steve -- saw your chatter on my page... I hope you're having fun checking things out around here!
At 6:59am on March 22, 2007, WinningTheGameOfBusiness said…
Hi Douglas,

it is a pleasure to hear from you,
I live in a small town called Danvers it is 20 min. north of Boston.
Are you from MA?

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