A Young Man's Guide To Life

By Steven Mulhall
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About the Author

Steven Mulhall

In my short life so far I have been a project manager, a business analyst, a chartered IT professional and a management consultant; paradoxically I have also been an English teacher in Asia, a bass player in an aspiring rock band. I ran my own business, earned a six-figure salary… But I gained my undergraduate degree in 6 years after a re-sit year and a course change, but gained a 2:1, enjoyed my degree immensely and was academically successful from that point onwards, gaining over 10 post-graduate industrial qualifications. I have travelled to 81 destinations in 25 countries across 4 continents and have 8 major career jobs on my CV not including numerous temporary and part-time jobs whilst a student.

Even this does not qualify me to write this book, but it helps. As you can see I have experienced a lot in a short time and as I reach the milestone of my 30th birthday I am merely looking back and documenting all I learned as a young man and live by today! I am looking back and capturing what I have learned up to now, something that I can pass on to my younger friends and peers who I often advise.

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After giving advice to younger friends I realised I wanted to document all I have learned that has helped me in my young life.

I am a guy who has managed to experience a lot in my young life and I wanted to share what I have learned and how I think, as I have been told by many others that they believe I have a good philosophy for happiness. It was my friends who suggested I write this book. I am the person many of my friends turn to for advice and I have been told I have a good way of looking at life and have a talent in explaining it.

The purpose of this book is for it to be read by young men to help them and to offer some perspective in what they may be facing in their lives.

I am an NLP Master Practitioner, but that alone does not qualify me to write this book.

In my short life so far I have been a project manager, a business analyst, a chartered IT professional and a management consultant; paradoxically I have also been an English teacher in Asia, a bass player in an aspiring rock band. I ran my own business, earned a six-figure salary…

But I gained my undergraduate degree in 6 years after a re-sit year and a course change, but gained a 2:1, enjoyed my degree immensely and was academically successful from that point onwards, gaining over 10 post-graduate industrial qualifications. I have travelled to 101 destinations in 36 countries across 4 continents and have 8 major career jobs on my CV not including numerous temporary and part-time jobs whilst a student.

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After giving advice to younger friends I realised I wanted to document all I have learned that has helped me in my young life.

I am a guy who has managed to experience a lot in my young life and I wanted to share what I have learned and how I think, as I have been told by many others that they believe I have a good philosophy for happiness. It was my friends who suggested I write this book. I am the person many of my friends turn to for advice and I have been told I have a good way of looking at life and have a talent in explaining it.

The purpose of this book is for it to be read by young men to help them and to offer some perspective in what they may be facing in their lives.

I am an NLP Master Practitioner, but that alone does not qualify me to write this book.

In my short life so far I have been a project manager, a business analyst, a chartered IT professional and a management consultant; paradoxically I have also been an English teacher in Asia, a bass player in an aspiring rock band. I ran my own business, earned a six-figure salary…

But I gained my undergraduate degree in 6 years after a re-sit year and a course change, but gained a 2:1, enjoyed my degree immensely and was academically successful from that point onwards, gaining over 10 post-graduate industrial qualifications. I have travelled to 101 destinations in 36 countries across 4 continents and have 8 major career jobs on my CV not including numerous temporary and part-time jobs whilst a student.

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