The Churchill Factors: Creating Your Finest Hour
Most people look at a towering leader like Winston Churchill and see a life full of extraordinary achievements. Few, however, realize that his road to greatness was neither straight nor smooth. He had to wage a constant battle with defeats, setbacks, obstacles, and even depression. Churchillis ability to bounce back from difficulties and problems can be traced to a simple formula for success that he practiced his entire life. Using the Churchill Factors - Churchillis best practices involving Leadership - the reader will learn how to: achieve heroic results, harness relentless resolve, and turn adversity into advantage.
The reader will also learn proven strategies for: communicating more effectively, achieving powerful goals, sustaining encouragement in times of trial, building self-esteem, using simplicity and risk to ones advantage, and experiencing a richer, fuller, more productive life.
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