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Timing Is Everything: Turning Your Seasons of Success into Maximum Opportunities download ebook

by Denis Waitley

Timing Is Everything: Turning Your Seasons of Success into Maximum Opportunities download ebook
ISBN:
0840791631
ISBN13:
978-0840791634
Author:
Denis Waitley
Publisher:
Thomas Nelson Inc (November 1, 1992)
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Pages:
308 pages
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1852 kb
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1744 kb
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Psychology
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Rating:
4.3

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Denis Waitley is a world-renowned expert and motivational speaker on human performance and potential. Best known as the author/narrator of The Psychology of Winning, he has helped millions of people throughout the world in their quest for personal excellence. He is the author of several best-selling books, including Seeds of Greatness, The Winner’s Edge, Being the Best, and Empires of the Mind. Timing Is Everything: Turning Your Seasons of Success into Maximum Opportunities.

The author of The Psychology of Winning shows how to be in the right place at the right time during each important stage of your life. Master the art of perfect timing as you grow your dreams from tiny seeds to towering successes

The author of The Psychology of Winning shows how to be in the right place at the right time during each important stage of your life. Master the art of perfect timing as you grow your dreams from tiny seeds to towering successes. An entertaining self-help guide filled with genuine wisdom and life-transforming guidance for the 1990s. Includes question-and-answer worksheets to help you get started on your road to success.

Timing is everything. turning your seasons of success into maximum opportunities. I was a teen when I waited anxiously for Mr. Waitley's book to arrive in the mail. I devoured it in only a few settings. Empires of the Mind: Lessons to Lead and Succeed in a Knowledge-Based World. I was. a shy, insecure young man, and this book fed my self- esteem like few others since. My outlook on life has since been shaped. by D. aitley's books, his philosophy, and his fierce optimism. I would recommend this book to anyone regardless of his/her station in life.

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In this article, Denis Waitley gives advice about how to develop the .

In this article, Denis Waitley gives advice about how to develop the winner's edge, raise children, and make your career your passion. Denis Waitley is not only perhaps the greatest coach America has ever produced, he’s also the most humble. He is an absolute expert on how to develop the winner’s edge. I’ve learned that when everything is taken from you and you don’t know whether you’re going to survive, there’s two kinds of people at that moment. Those who are afraid and will do anything to stay alive. They will compromise any belief they have as long as no one gives them pain.

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Denis E. Waitley (born 1933), is an American motivational speaker, writer and consultant. He has been recognized as the best-selling author of the audio series, The Psychology of Winning and books such as "Seeds of Greatness" and "The. He has been recognized as the best-selling author of the audio series, The Psychology of Winning and books such as "Seeds of Greatness" and "The Winner's Edge". Waitley has been inducted into the International Speakers' Hall of Fame. Waitley was born in San Diego, California

Stating that timing is pivotal to achieving success, a noted motivational speaker demonstrates how to maximize individual talents while synchronizing personal needs in order to create opportunities. Reprint.
Reviews:
  • Downloaded
Good. A lot of repetitous info from Psychology of Winning but the steps necessary to reach goals are there in front of you. Not a bad read at all and is still very valid today.
  • Chillhunter
Started reading half way through very interesting book
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The entire message of the book is summarized on page 8, where he writes "...there is a sequence of success for each project and for each area of your life. These sequences frequently overlap from one area to the next." Timing is seen as something over which the individual has a degree of control. Success if viewed as a process rather than a product. He notes "...success is a way of traveling, not a destination" (p. 9).
The four seasons; winter, spring, summer, and autumn serve as the demarcation points in this book.
I love his description of dreams. He tells us "Dreams and goals are previews of coming attractions in your life" (p. 12).
Dreams of young children are not to be taken lightly. He observes "In many cases, childhood dreams hold the key the a person's true cache of talents, abilities, and motivation" (p. 36).
His discussion of goal-setting and attainment is worth special consideration. He advises, "From this point forward, choose to do only the things that bring you closer to your goals" (p. 59).
As part of enjoying the process toward achieving significant goals, he says reward yourself along the way for intermediate goals as they're accomplished. That's solid reasoning that helps one maintain morale as the pursuit continues.
He quotes Bob Smullin as saying he never met a man or woman with a clear focus who ever had a time management problem. Consequently, a person who doesn't know how to prioritize is one who lacks focus.
Dr. Waitley says annual goals should be broken down into quarterly goals, then further broken down into smaller units.
He makes an observation that I've seen in students as I've observed some with productive habits and others who seemed to live by default, being victims of circumstance. He writes "It takes just as much effort to lead a bad life as it does to lead a good one" (p. 119).
Consider this powerful quote from him on living well daily, "Thus also, day by day, we write our own destiny inexorably like the rings on a tree, we become what we do" (p. 148).
Maintaining relationships with the right kind of people is part of the success process.
Near the book's conclusion he points out that our success benefits other people. He describes life as a responsibility in that it helps other people.
I recommend this book as highly as I can. It is full of sound advice.