Mastery: The Keys to Success and Long-term Fulfillment

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Plume, 1991 - Self-Help - 176 pages
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"The practical wisdom in George Leonard's book will have a great influence for many years to come."
--Michael Murphy, author of Golf in the Kingdom and The Future of the Body


Drawing on Zen philosophy and his expertise in the martial art of aikido, bestselling author Gorge Leonard shows how the process of mastery can help us attain a higher level of excellence and a deeper sense of satisfaction and fulfillment in our daily lives. Whether you're seeking to improve your career or your intimate relationships, increase self-esteem or create harmony within yourself, this inspiring prescriptive guide will help you master anything you choose and achive success in all areas of your life.


In Mastery, you'll discover:
   * The 5 Essential Keys to Mastery
   * Tools for Mastery
   * How to Master Your Athletic Potential
   * The 3 Personality Types That Are Obstacles to Mastery
   * How to Avoid Pitfalls Along the Path
. . . and more

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Now a classic in the self help category; this little book asks us to resist the temptation to become a "dabbler," and instead stick with something until we excel at it. Motivational and to-the-point. And who doesn't want long-term fulfillment? Read full review

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Introduction
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THE MASTERS JOURNEY
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Introduction
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About the author (1991)

GEORGE LEONARD was a writer, editor, and educator, who introduced Leonard Energy Training (LET), a practice for centering the mind, body, and spirit, to more than 50,000 people in the United States and abroad. He was the author of a number of books on human possibilities and social change, as well as President Emeritus of the Esalen Institute, President of the Association for Humanistic Psychology, and President of ITP International. He died in 2010.

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