Own YOUR Success: The Power to Choose Greatness and Make Every Day Victorious

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 13, 2012 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
A proven system for transforming challenges into triumphs

What if you could make each and every day victorious by focusing on daily activities rather than obsessing over results that you can't control? Based on author Ben Newman's popular program, Own YOUR Success gives you the power to make each day a triumph. The most successful people find great success when they focus on having a passion for the process. The key: make today victorious regardless of the obstacles that come your way. Figure out what fires YOU up without exception and ignite that passion so that you can routinely create your prizefighter day.

  • Told through the eyes of an executive at the top of his game, yet the bottom of his existence
  • Offers original, practical, and proven exercises to transform challenges into maximum performance
  • Includes real-world advice and proven strategies to help individuals in the business world achieve even greater success

Own YOUR Success will lead you to uncover your true potential and create a life that belongs to YOU.

 

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Contents

Introduction
The Journey Begins
Attaining Belief in Yourself
Acting with Courage and Integrity
Doing Truly Great Things
Creating a Living Legacy
Pierce Returns
About the Author
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About the author (2012)

BEN NEWMAN is the founder of The Ben Newman Companies (www.BenNewman.net). His renowned Boot Camp and speaking engagements empower and inspire thousands of individuals each year to maximize results in their lives personally and professionally. His clients have included Mars Snackfood US, the Minnesota Vikings, AFA Singapore, Northwestern Mutual, New York Life, Mass Financial Group, Boston Medical Center, Australian Gold, and Boys & Girls Club of America–St. Croix. Ben has shared the stage with Tony Dungy, Colin Powell, Jon Gordon, Floyd Little, Aeneas Williams, Walt Jocketty, Dr. Jason Selk, John O'Leary, and many other leaders.

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