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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Personal Growth / Success
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Win at Life
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:90
  • eBook ISBN:9781483546049

Win at Life: Living the Life You Want

Life Changing Behaviours to Help You Achieve What You Want

by Dr Denis McBrinn

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Overview
The aim of this Win at Life programme is to empower you to take practical steps along the road to Living the Life you want, starting today. All of us are capable of making positive changes in our lives, but often fear; our own limiting beliefs about ourselves and what others might say, holds us back from living the life we truly want and deserve. A basic human need is to grow and achieve at some level in our lives. But why is it some people appear to attain higher levels of achievement than others? Are they born that way? Is it just luck or are there some underlying principles behind success that anyone can apply to become more effective and fulfilled in any area of life? This Win at Life programme introduces some of those "life changing" behaviours that will help you take full responsibility for realising your potential and achieving what you want from your working and personal life. It is about awakening to the potential power all of us have within and encouraging you to take practical steps to address the daily challenges.
Description
The aim of this Win at Life programme is to empower you to take practical steps along the road to Living the Life you want, starting today. All of us are capable of making positive changes in our lives, but often fear; our own limiting beliefs about ourselves and what others might say, holds us back from living the life we truly want and deserve. A basic human need is to grow and achieve at some level in our lives. But why is it some people appear to attain higher levels of achievement than others? Are they born that way? Is it just luck or are there some underlying principles behind success that anyone can apply to become more effective and fulfilled in any area of life? Studies of highly effective and successful people conclude that success is 80% attitudinal behaviours that can be learned and developed. The other 20% is down to the natural ability we are born with. Whilst the natural abilities we inherit in our DNA are important, it appears to account for only 20% of achievement. Psychologists conclude that what is much more significant are those attitudinal behaviours that high achievers have learned to do consistently. They have developed certain habits of behaviour, relating to the way they think and act, that is resulting in their higher than average levels of success, more than natural ability. The conclusions from the studies are that nurture is more important that nature. Therefore, irrespective of our natural ability, we can do the same to get more out of our lives just by changing the way we think and feel about ourselves and situations. This Win at Life programme introduces some of those "life changing" behaviours that will help you take full responsibility for realising your potential and achieving what you want from your working and personal life. It is about awakening to the potential power all of us have within and encouraging you to take practical steps to address the daily challenges. A life worth living is about finding what makes you come alive. It’s about acting on that knowledge to align your daily life with what you love and value. By asking important, sometimes difficult, questions of yourself; releasing limiting beliefs and identifying your barriers, you are going to discover the authentic person that is uniquely you! Your true self.You will gain a renewed sense of joy, enthusiasm and well-being when you are true to yourself and living the life you want.
About the author
Dr Denis McBrinn is a Doctor of Physics, with a long career as a Training and Development Leader and Consultant. He holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Personal and Business Coaching from the University of Chester. He helps individuals and organisations transform their lives and improve their business through his seminars, talks, workshops, courses and audio CDs. He also delivers Personal and Professional Development courses at Queen’s University Belfast as part of their Open Learning Programme.
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