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Thinking for a Change: 11 Ways Highly Successful People Approach Life and Workby John C Maxwell
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At the heart of John C. Maxwell's brilliant and inspiring book is a simple premise: To do well in life, we must first think well. But can we actually learn new mental habits? Thinking for a Change answers that with a resounding "yes" — and shows how changing your thinking can indeed change your life.
Drawing on the words and deeds of many of the world's greatest leaders and using interactive quizzes, this empowering book helps you assess your thinking style, guides you to new ones, and step by step teaches you the secrets of:
"Maintaining an encouraging tone and a down-to-earth writing style honed from his more than 30 previous titles, Maxwell details the impact and practical value of 11 kinds of thinking, including reflective, shared, creative, unselfish and big-picture. Useful tips, like how to discover your gifts through focused thinking, ways to break down complex issues with strategic thinking, and how to understand the value of examining the worst-case scenario through realistic thinking, characterize the author's surprisingly concrete lessons." Publishers Weekly
"A straightforward exploration of 11 thinking skills that can help a person change from a conventional thinker to a leader and visionary, [Maxwell's] latest book calls for a willingness to expand one's horizons, ask questions, challenge popular opinion, and be open to creativity and collaboration." Library Journal
"If you want to go places you've never been before — you have to think in ways you've never thought before. This book by John Maxwell will teach you how to do that!" Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Manager and Whale Done!
The bestselling author and expert on leadership explores the concept that success is really just a frame of mind.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 259-266).
People who achieve their dreams understand the critical relationship between their level of thinking and their level of progress--and they know that when thinking is limited, so is potential. Maxwell explores this idea and identifies the specific skills people need to make their potential for success explode into results.
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