When times are tough and you feel as if you've hit a wall financially, or in your career, maybe with a new business, or in a relationship, do you bounce right back, get up off the mat? Or do you take a nose dive? Sometimes life hits hard - we fail to get a promotion or, worse yet, get laid off. Maybe we miss an important sale, lose customers to the competition, or simply make a major mistake. Maybe your finances just aren't getting better. It's what we do right at that time, how rapidly we recover, that separates the highly successful individual from everyone else. It's a word we hear a lot today - resilience. In The Power of Resilience: Turning Today's Challenges into Tomorrow's Triumph, America's Success Expert Denis Waitley teaches you how you can turn setbacks into triumphs. It's the trait of resiliency above all others, he says, that makes you a winner. Winners have problems like the rest of us, but somehow they always manage to bounce back. But even more than that, they combine bounce-back power with brain power. They learn from setbacks and actually rebound with more force and determination than ever. With The Power of Resilience, you'll lose your fear and turn every experience into fuel forgetting stronger. Here are some of the exciting discoveries you can look forward to:
- Seven principles for flexible financial security.
- Finding opportunities for success in your worst crises.
- Twenty trends that will test your resilience today.
- Four keys to emotional resilience.
- Moving from "victim" to "victorious".
- Neuroscience and the five powers of mental focus.
- Overcoming peak and valley living.
- Tricks for changing the game so that you run your own race at your own pace - and win!
By implementing the principles of resilience that you'll learn in this program, you'll gain more confidence and feel virtually invincible.
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you gotta be kidding me....
People must love stories because there's no action statement here. Problem anecdote unsupported assertion, problem, unsupported assertion, yacka yacka.
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