Are You Ready to Succeed?: Unconventional Strategies for Achieving Personal Mastery in Business and Life
The premise is simple: A person's ideal life, especially their career, can be carefully conceived and crafted. Based on Dr. Rao's popular course "Creativity and Personal Mastery" at Columbia University's Graduate School of Business, this book offers a series of readings, exercises, and lessons drawn from both spiritual and commercial situations that enable you to reconstruct and improve your professional world. This transformation will turn your life around and help you become exponentially more effective in your chosen career and thereby flourish in all aspects of your life. Whether you are questioning the value of money or the core values of your life, this book is a powerful tool that will help you to "discover the purpose that can suffuse your life and bring stars to your eyes."
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Rao, former contributor to Forbes, bases this book on his highly popular "Creativity and Personal Mastery" course, which he teaches at Long Island University and Columbia Business School. Although his ... Read full review
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