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True Success: A New Philosophy of Excellence Paperback – April 1, 1995
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- Dale Farris, Groves, Tex.
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Morris begins by debunking the popular myth of success. By weaving the thoughts of Socrates and others cleanly into the text he shows quite convincingly that becoming our best selves is the surest path to lasting success. He view is also quite practical - he recognizes that the measure of your life is in what you do, not just what you think. Also, he understands that money is very necessary part of life; it's just not a satisfying goal in and of itself.
Morris' 7Cs framework is a useful guide to pursuing success. As he points out the path to success isn't always easy. The 7Cs framework is a useful map, especially when you have to navigate the rough spots.
I thought True Success was a brilliant book - well organized, well written, fun and substantive.
It is a road map for personal happiness and fulfillment.
Frankly, I was surprised that I had not heard of this book before. I just grabbed it one day off a book shelf. In my view, had this book been well promoted by the publisher, it could have been a big best seller - it has all the right elements.
Buy and read this book as quickly as you can.
By the way, I just bought another his book "The Art of Achievement" today, still not read.
However, it is about 100 pages less than the former one, so I expect that it's more fun to read.
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It helps puts things concerning drive into better perspective.Published 3 months ago by Paul Hartley
over the age of 13...
tom morris, philosophy professor at notre dame Nails It...absolutely nails it...
what life is all about.
People are writing great reviews so they can get rid of their copy. Mine is going in the trash it is so bad. Ill-thought out and bumbling talk. Read morePublished on October 15, 2011 by Ryan Lano