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The flip side : break free of the behaviors that hold you back

Author: Flip Flippen; Chris White, Dr.
Publisher: New York : Springboard, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st trade edView all editions and formats
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When we learn how to identify our "personal constraints" and take the necessary steps to correct self-limiting behaviors, we will experience a dramatic surge in productivity, achieve things we have only dreamed of, and find greater happiness overall. Flippen has created a simple process to help readers find their greatest constraint (the results may be surprising!) and build a plan to help "flip" that weakness into  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Flip Flippen; Chris White, Dr.
ISBN: 0446581321 9780446581325
OCLC Number: 681564250
Notes: Originally published : 2007.
Includes index.
Description: x, 255 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Something is holding you back --
The foundations of OPC --
The five laws of personal constraints --
Overview: the top 10 killer constraints --
Killer constraint #1: bullet proof (overconfident) --
Killer constraint #2: ostriches (low self-confidence) --
Killer constraint #3: marshmallows (overly nurturing) --
Killer constraint #4: critics (too demanding, nitpicky or harsh) --
Killer constraint #5: icebergs (low nurturing) --
Killer constraint #6: flatliners (low passion, vision or drive) --
Killer constraint #7: bulldozers (overly dominant) --
Killer constraint #8: turtles (resistant to change) --
Killer constraint #9: volcanoes (aggressive, angry) --
Killer constraint #10: quick draw (low self-control, impulsive) --
Building your traction plan --
Constraints are personal: my story --
Personal-constraint combinations --
OPC starts at home --
OPC in the workplace --
Personal constraints and culture --
Listening to what others say : the power of honest feedback --
Conclusion: raised in captivity --
Next steps.
Responsibility: Flip Flippen with Chris J. White.

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Learn how recognizing your biggest weakness can unleash your greatest strength in THE FLIP SIDE, the first book by educator, business coach and growth guru Flip Flippen.  Read more...

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