Maximum Achievement: The Proven System of Strategies and Skills that Will Unlock Your Hidden Powers to Succeed

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Simon & Schuster, 1993 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
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"InMaximum Achievement,he gives you a powerful, proven system -- based on twenty-five years of research and practice -- that you can apply immediately to get better results in every area of your life.You learn ideas, concepts, and methods used by high-achieving people in every field everywhere. You learn how to unlock your individual potential for personal greatness. You will immediately become more positive, persuasive, and powerfully focused in everything you do. Many of the more than one million graduates of the seminar program upon which this book is based have dramatically increased their income and improved their lives in every respect.The step-by-step blueprint for success and achievement presented in these pages includes proven principles drawn from psychology, religion, philosophy, business, economics, politics, history, and metaphysics. These ideas are combined in a fast-moving, informative series of steps that will lead you to greater success than you ever imagined possible -- they can raise your self-esteem, improve personal performance, and give you complete control over every aspect of your personal and professional life"-- Back cover.

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This has to have been ONE OF THE BEST books that I HAVE EVER READ in my entire life! I have two copies of this book and I am so selfish I can't even sell the other one in case the first is lost-that ... Read full review

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Excellent excellent book! Brian Tracey does a wonderful job of explaining how to teach yourself to get what you want. Helps you realize that you are where you are because of what you think. This is by far the easiest book to understand in the area of selfhelp. Everyone should read this book! Read full review

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