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The Success Principles(TM) - 10th Anniversary Edition: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be Paperback – January 27, 2015
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Praise for the first Edition of The Success Principles: “Canfield’s principles are simple, but the results you’ll achieve will be extraordinary!” (Anthony Robbins, author of Awaken the Giant Within and Unlimited Power)
“If you could read only one book this year, you have it in your hands.” (Harvey Mackay, author of the New York Times #1 bestseller Swim with the Sharks without Being Eaten Alive)
“Great book, great read, great gift for anyone committed to becoming a Master of Life!” (Michael E. Gerber, author of The E-Myth books)
“I have personally learned a lot from Jack Canfield and I trust you will too.” (John Gray, Ph.., author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus)
“. . .an illuminating and easy-to-read book. Jack’s teaching is highly effective. . . .” (Ken Blanchard, author of The One Minute Manager(R) and Customer Mania!(R))
“. . .the best success classic to come along in decades. . . .” (Les Brown, author of Live Your Dreams and Conversations on Success)
“. . .a must-read for everyone who is looking to attain new heights in his or her life.” (Arielle Ford, author of Hot Chocolate for the Mystical Soul)
From the Back Cover
Get ready to transform yourself for success with #1 New York Times bestselling author Jack Canfield!
Since its publication a decade ago, Jack Canfield's practical and inspiring guide has become a classic that has helped hundreds of thousands of people achieve success. This fully revised and updated edition of The Success Principles™ features one hundred pages of additional material, including a new section that offers a comprehensive guide to "Success in the Digital Age."
In this special 10th Anniversary Edition of his 500,000-copy bestseller, Canfield—the cocreator of the phenomenal bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul® series—turns to the principles he's studied, taught, and lived for more than forty years in this practical and inspiring guide that will help any aspiring person get from where they are to where they want to be.
The Success Principles™ will teach you how to increase your confidence, tackle daily challenges, live with passion and purpose, and realize all your ambitions. Not merely a collection of good ideas, this book spells out the 67 timeless principles and practices used by the world's most successful men and women. Taken together and practiced every day, these principles will transform your life beyond your wildest dreams!
Top customer reviews
One thing I find completely baffling has nothing to do with the book. How do all the "Gatsby" movies manage to get the story so wrong?
Overall it fits in with everything I learned about the 20's in school. The majority of the characters came from money and had multiple servants which reminds me of Downton Abbey. I could picture the clothes and cars and opulence.
I was aware of the basic plot but I was unaware of the ending. It seemed inevitable. Overall a good book that gives us a glimpse into a different time.
Caution: don't read it expecting to get a really rich sense of life in the "Roaring 20s". As makes sense in hindsight, FSF spent little time painting a period picture since, sitting in 1925 writing about 1922, there would be no period significance for him or his target readers. Further, after decades of media embellishment and two flashy movies, I was anticipating a lot of the content to be expressive of the decadent wealth of the characters and their milieu; you really don't get much of that either.
In the end, this is a wonderfully written "short story" about a) a man of unexpected fragility and lack of self-confidence given his enormous wealth, and b) the struggle women - even wealthy women - had with commanding societal respect.
Only the central character Jay Gatsby, the least despicable of the lot, remains faithful to his misguided vision and the narrator,Nick Carroway, who admires him even while recognizing his absurdity win the reader's sympathy. In many respects, it is a huge satirical swipe at the Hollywood version of the American success story. I recommend it as an antidote to the ET/ People magazine view of all that is worth pursuing..
So I started reading Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby" and after 2 or 3 pages, I could not turn another page! I was stopped figuratively by a concrete wall and could go no further. I can't explain it but I was no longer in a space in which I could enjoy Fitzgerald. Thanks, sbh