Reinvention: How to Make the Rest of Your Life the Best of Your Life
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If you knew you couldn't fail, what is the greatest thing you would dare to dream? Is the job you now have the one you've always wanted? Do you work with the kind of people you'd like to work with? As personal success expert Brian Tracy can attest, it's not until you deal with the dissatisfactions of the present that you can move onward and upward to create the wonderful future that is possible for you. And it is possible. In "Reinvention," Brian Tracy reveals how every one of us is engineered for success, and with the right focus, can remake ourselves and put an end to the chronic stress, unhappiness, and dissatisfaction we might feel in our careers and lives. This unique, life-altering book gives readers an interactive series of exercises they can use to focus on what they really want for themselves, and: take control of their careers - turn unexpected shakeups and turbulence into positive occasions for growth - dramatically improve their earning ability - develop the self-confidence to take the kind of risks that lead to rapid advancement - decide on and get the job they really want - set clear goals for their lives - write resumes that get results - determine their own salary range We live in a time of rapid change...but also of unprecedented opportunity. This book supplies readers with a proven system they can use to turn their greatest dreams into reality!
matter how many hundreds of thousands of new workers flood into the job market each year, the economy continues to create opportunities for them. According to the Department of Labor, there are now more than 100,000 job categories in the United States and many subcategories within that number. You could be in transition today because of a career change. After all, the average person starting work today will have an average of 11 full-time jobs lasting two years or more, and five or more
management, the most important word is clarity. There are six things to remember. 1. Start each project with a clear definition of the ideal finished result, as if it were perfect in every respect. 2. Make a list of every step in the project—every little thing that has to be done to get from the beginning to the end of the completed task. 3. Organize the list by priority and sequence. What has to be done first? What has to be done second? What activities can be done simultaneously? 4. Assign
cut down on jet lag. One final rule for traveling: On the outbound leg of the flight, you should work on serious activities that require energy and concentration. Read books and magazines on the return flight when you are tired and not as sharp as you were earlier in the day. In any case, make every minute count. Don’t be like those people who drive around listening to the radio or who board the plane and either drink throughout the flight, watch the movie, or just sit there looking out the
people, circumstances, and events outside of themselves. They feel “out of control” and as a result, experience stress, negativity, and often psychosomatic illnesses. SIX STAGES OF REGAINING CONTROL Psychologist Elisabeth Kubler-Ross identified several stages a person goes through when grieving the death of a loved one, especially a spouse or child. But people also go through several similar stages when they experience an unexpected setback or reversal in their work or personal life. 1.
most admire in others are usually the qualities that you most aspire to have yourself. The greater clarity you have about these qualities, the easier it is for you to practice them whenever they are called for. 18. What three words would you like people to use to describe you to other people when you are not present? 1. ___________________________________ 2. ___________________________________ 3. ___________________________________ This is another values question. The best people are very