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The Psychology of Winning: Ten Qualities of a Total Winner Mass Market Paperback – January 1, 1984
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Napoleon Hill and David Schwartz.
Im a sucker for motivational speech so I use it when walking my dog or commuting to/from work or any time when I feel like I could use some mood boost.
The voice is soft and soothing and makes it easier on my ears. Sometimes I even fall asleep while listening to it, LOL.
“For every one of your goals, make a habit to repeat again and again, “‘I want to—I can,’ ‘I want to—I can.’ Develop a simple, new affirmative self-talk vocabulary about yourself.”
~ Dr. Denis Waitley from The Psychology of Winning
Winning. No need to get all up in your stuff if the word doesn’t appeal to you.
Let’s think of it as our “personal pursuit of individual excellence.” That approach reminds me of the fact that in ancient Greece guys like Socrates, Plato and Aristotle said that if we wanna experience consistent happiness we need to live with what they called “Areté”—a word that literally translates as “excellence” or “virtue” but has a deeper meaning, something closer to striving to live at your highest potential.
Love that. Winning as Areté in action.
Here are some of my favorite Big Ideas:
1. How Are You Taking It? - The #1 factor.
2. An Inventory BAG - Fill it up! :)
3. Stay on Target - & Score a hit.
4. How’s Your Motive? - Is it yours?
5. Butterflies and Moths - Pretty and not so much.
… Hope you enjoyed this quick look at The Psychology of Winning and lemme know if you make it out to Bali, :)
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The paragraphs do not flow enough, and are somewhat
It was very nice to see how Mr. Waitley manage to explain in pragmatic way complicated subject, to improve and mobilize reader’s will.
By reading this book one can see in a short and simple way very useful rules and slogans.
I believe one who is interested in theory and practice of winning has to remember and apply them.
In a certain extent I felt the implementation of famous American pragmatism philosophy.
By reading this book probably one can feel pragmatic maxim: "Consider the practical effects of the objects of your conception”.
I also strongly recommend and really enjoy Denis Waitley's audio *Winning, it's all in your Head.*