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Springboard, launching your personal search for success, G. Richard Shell

Springboard, launching your personal search for success, G. Richard Shell
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-292) and index
index present
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non fiction
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G. Richard Shell
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launching your personal search for success
The author, a teacher at the Wharton School of Business, has written a book on achieving success. In it he posits the basic premise of his presentation: there is no foolproof system that always leads to success. That said, he nevertheless goes on to unfold a program that rests on two factors: Goal clarification (which means, of course, that a personal definition of success must be arrived at), and resources and initiatives needed to achieve success. In well-ordered chapters, he develops the stages of his program for success, one important feature of which is determining what you do better than most people
Table Of Contents
The First Question: What Is Success? The first answer: choose your life -- An easy answer: be happy -- Society's answer: seek status, fame, and fortune -- An inspired answer: find meaningful work. -- The Second Question: How Will I Achieve It? Discover what you can do better than most: capabilities -- Set yourself on fire: motivation -- Learn to fail: self-confidence -- Focus your mind: passion, imagination, intuition, and reason -- Influence others: credibility and dialogue -- The right answers
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