You Can Win: A Step-by-Step Tool for Top Achievers

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A&C Black, Jan 10, 2014 - Self-Help - 308 pages
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Empower yourself and grow exponentially.
A practical, common sense guide that will help you:
· Build confidence by mastering the seven steps to positive thinking
· Be successful by turning weaknesses into strengths
· Gain credibility by doing the right things for the right reasons
· Take charge by controlling things instead of letting them control you
· Build trust by developing mutual respect with people around you
· Accomplish more by removing the barriers to effectiveness
 

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The book changed my attitude towards life. Encourage me to develoe a positive attitude.

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IMPORTANCE OF ATTITUDE
SUCCESS
ATTRIBUTES OF SUCCESS
WHAT IS HOLDING US BACK?
MOTIVATION
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Shiv Khera is the founder of Qualified Learning Systems Inc. USA. He is an educator, business consultant and successful entrepreneur and a much sought-after speaker. Shiv inspires and encourages people, making them realize their true potential, and has taken his dynamic personal messages to far ends of the globe; tens of thousands have benefited from his energetic workshops in over 17 countries; millions have heard him as a keynote speaker; and he has appeared on numerous radio and television shows. His 30 years of research and experience have helped people on the path of personal growth and fulfillment.

Shiv Khera is the author of 16 books including the international bestseller You Can Sell. He has been recognized by the Round Table Foundation and honoured by Rotary International and Lions International.

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