Permission to Succeed

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Health Communications, Incorporated, 1999 - Self-Help - 252 pages
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The fear of success, also known as self-sabotage, paralyzes million of men and women from all walks of life, preventing them from fulfilling their dreams and achieving their goals. This book is the first to identify the condition that underlies, and actually produces, self-sabotage: success anorexia. It is also the first book to present a comprehensive, easy-to-understand, practical program that shows readers how to overcome the psychological dynamic of success anorexia, and finally to allow themselves to succeed.

Readers will learn that the best how-to-succeed program in the world will not help as long as they continue to sabotage their own success. Rather than providing the latest technique for "how to get what you want"," "how to influence people" or "how to make lots of money," Permission to Succeed identifies what causes self-sabotage, shows readers that they are allowed to succeed, teaches them how to overcome their own self-sabotage and helps them implement their own individual programs for achieving personal success.

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About the author (1999)

Noah St. John is the founder of The Success Clinic of America. He developed the world's first teaching system to help people overcome success anorexia, a condition that stops people from allowing themselves to succeed. He works with people who want to stop limiting their own success and with companies and organizations who want a happy, more productive workforce. He is a frequent guest on popular radio and television shows including Success Weekly, People Are Talking, Net Profits Radio and ABC and NBC News.

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