Dávid Sólyomi


Awards & Accolades

USA Today and Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author


Dávid Sólyomi was born in Hungary, in 1982. He graduated as an economist specializing in corporate finance in Budapest and took part in the foundation of both Hungarian and American companies as an entrepreneur. Today, he is living off of the dividends of his investments, and he teaches all over the world how financial freedom can be achieved by purchasing ownership stakes in the world’s best companies and receiving a share of their profits in the form of dividends. Neither his acquisition of a solid financial background at a young age, nor his earlier best-selling books made him good enough for himself, so he decided to complete an Ironman triathlon race. This book came to be because that adventure gave him much more than the attractive-sounding title.

Published Books

Confessions of an Ironman: Swim, Bike, and Run to Self-Discovery

Amazon best-seller

When the only thing that’s standing between you and your dreams is a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike ride, and a full-length marathon (not to mention you happen to have a paralyzing fear of water, own no bike, and have never even run a 10K) well, let’s just say you’re in for quite an insane adventure! There might be a fine line between discipline and stubbornness – but luckily, no one told David Solyomi that! In his latest book, Confessions Of An Ironman, David recounts how the grueling and hilarious training in preparation for the world’s most iconic endurance race helped him face his deepest fears and attain an entirely different quality of life. The result? An epic telling of one man’s highs (and so very many lows) in the parallel journeys to peak physical fitness and deep self-discovery.

Habits of Success

Now a USA Today and Wall Street Journal best-seller!

FORM THE HABIT WITH ANOTHER STELLAR ANTHOLOGY FROM LEADERS PRESS!As the world resumes from a year and a half of pandemic disruption, we find ourselves wondering what to do next? Should we go back to normal or move forward to better? How do we maximize our time and efforts to find our most successful selves? What habits will sustain that success the next time our world is shaken up?

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