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The art of deliberate success : transform your professional and personal life

Publisher: Richmond, Vic. : Wiley, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Success is not just a result of luck and hard work You also need to know how to define success for yourself and put yourself in the right frame of mind to achieve it. Based on a 10-part framework, this book helps you identify strengths and weaknesses so you can focus your attention and effort where it matters most.
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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 9781118487648 1118487648 9781118487754 1118487753
OCLC Number: 800366657
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 volume
Contents: Paperback -An effective framework for professional and personal successEveryone wants to succeed in life, but not everyone knows how. Success isn't just a result of luck and hard work; you also need to know how to define success for yourself and put yourself in the right frame of mind to achieve it. Based on a powerful ten-part framework, The Art of Deliberate Success presents ten chapters that help you identify strengths and weaknesses so you can focus your attention and effort where it matters most.The book includes an online self-assessment tool that helps you pinpoint the areas you need to focus on, followed by chapters dedicated to helping you focus on what matters, using language more effectively, mastering your behaviour, getting things done, and ultimately reach your goals.Based on the author's 24 years of professional experience and researchPresents a flexible and effective system that allows you to achieve goals that are professional or personal in natureFeatures a special online self-assessment tool for identifying strengths and weaknesses and personalising your self-developmentInformal, easy-to-read, and highly effective, The Art of Deliberate Success is the ideal guide for professionals who want to reach new heights and stay there.
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