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Motivational self-help book provides eight critical steps to succeed

Zak Klemmer draws from emotional and engineering mindsets to create a bold life plan in “Permission to Succeed”

TUCSON, Ariz. – Are you fully committed to living your vision? Business leader Zak Klemmer offers a step-by-step guide to change our thinking when it comes to creating success in our lives with “Permission to Succeed” (ISBN 1456472038).

Klemmer provides the following equation as a representation of his book’s overall message:

Beliefs + Thoughts + Feelings + Habits = Results

Drawing from his introspection on life, the author discusses the importance of vision, values, goals, tasks, self-talk, attitude, commitment and tackling all of the above right now. He stresses how to overcome negative programming and use the structure of design to achieve goals in life.

“My book creates a strategy based on an individual’s inner thoughts and combines it with the design process used in architecture and construction. This process helps one overcome negative programming and accomplish specific goals,” said Klemmer.

The author lays out a plan for readers to create their life vision, envision themselves living it, and learn to become competent within the goal. The process involves finding mentors and acting right away, something Klemmer emphasizes throughout “Permission to Succeed.”

“Permission to Succeed” is available for sale online at:

and at and other channels.

About the Author:

Zak Klemmer has worked with the nation’s leading architects and engineers during the past 25 years. He has been married to JoAnne Klemmer for over 30 years, and they have two grown children, Bradford and Alexis.


Zak Klemmer


Phone:              (520) 977-0141

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