Destination Success

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Revell, Dec 1, 2009 - Religion - 256 pages
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Why do some people achieve their wildest dreams despite problems and setbacks, while others seem programmed to fail? Having counseled and studied people for twenty years, Dwight Bain has answers-and practical, down-to-earth solutions as well. In Destination Success, Bain unveils his seven secrets of success, the essential beliefs and behaviors practiced by the most successful people in our culture and those who want to be. The secrets include defining success, getting past self-imposed limits, learning disciplined personal development, how to find opportunity in every circumstance, and more. When uncovered and practiced, these secrets lead to a significantly better quality of life. With Bain's direction, readers can: " zero in on the ruts and paralyzing patterns that prevent them from accomplishing their dreams " crash through roadblocks that previously handicapped them " turn problems and stress into turbo-charged fuel for a better life " build the seven secrets into their daily routines and be transformed With great stories and a fresh, vibrant voice, Bain coaches readers to follow the path to Destination Success.

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Foreword by John C Maxwell
The Success Focus
Envisioning Success
Finding Success Every Day
What to Do with the Elvis in You
The Success Fear
Building Success by Mastering
BeliefFinding Your Hidden Source
ExcellenceLiving the Life Youve Always
Success Seekers Keep Climbing

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Dwight Bain has spoken to thousands of groups--including Toyota, AT&T, Campus Crusade for Christ, and the United Way-- about the key elements needed to achieve personal and professional success. He and his family live in Florida.

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