In Everything I Never Learned in School about How to Be Successful, Darin Colucci explains to young adults precisely what is necessary in today’s world to achieve incredible success and true happiness. Everything I Never Learned in School about How to Be Successful is a straightforward, practical guide that should be mandatory reading for every high school and college student in America. Filled with easily understood rules for success, humorous and poignant stories, and life lessons, this book demystifies and breaks down success in a way that anyone can understand. He then shows the reader exactly how to go from poor to rich, from employee to boss, and from insecure to confident. Perhaps even more important is the lesson that success and happiness can and should always be intertwined. Everything I Never Learned in School about How to Be Successful might just be the single most important book a young person will ever read.
About the Author
For the past 23 years Darin Colucci has been a successful trial attorney in Massachusetts, often representing plaintiffs in high profile personal injury cases. In recognition of his work in this field Newsweek.com recently named him one of the ten best personal injury attorneys in America. He is one of the founding partners of Colucci, Colucci, Marcus, & Flavin and makes his home in Duxbury, MA, where he lives with his wife Lorna, and son Jackson. He is a graduate of Bucknell University and Suffolk University Law School where he was a staff member and editor of the law review. He has been a commentator on WBZ radio in Boston and, along with his firm, has been recognized numerous times by the publication Super Lawyers.
Darin has also written several works of fiction, been a successful investor, entrepreneur, and inventor who recently designed a safety mechanism to stop wandering in daycare centers and Alzheimer units. In addition, he spent 12 years as a college football coach. During that time, he gave dozens of speeches to young adults on such subjects as success, integrity, mind-set, and the importance of attitude.