See You at the Top
Pelican Publishing, 19.10.2010 - 384 sivua
"Congratulations on your fascinating book. I have learned much from reading it and, of course, feel its strong motivational quality. It is unusual and different and is bound to do a lot for any person who reads and applies its principles."
For more than three decades, Zig Ziglar, one of the great motivators of our age, traveled the world, encouraging, uplifting, and inspiring audiences. His groundbreaking best seller, See You at the Top, remains an authentic American classic. Its basic premise-that you can get everything you want in life if you help enough other people get what they want-has guided generations of readers to personal success.
This revised and updated twenty-fifth anniversary edition stresses the importance of honesty, loyalty, faith, integrity, and strong personal character. See You at the Top emphasizes the value of a healthy self-image and shows how to build it. Setting personal goals is an essential part of any program for success. This important book tells you how to set-and achieve-those goals and provides step-by-step instructions on how to change the way you think about yourself and your surroundings.
See You at the Top is widely used by corporations large and small, schools, government agencies, correctional institutions, and sales organizations-wherever motivation and self-improvement are considered major priorities. It has been translated into more than a dozen languages, including French and Spanish, and has sold more than one million hardcover copies. It is also available from Pelican as a CD, mp3, and audiocassette.
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Setting Your Goals
Reaching Your Goals
Is the Right Attitude Important?
Ensuring Your Attitude
Step FourFeed Your Mind
Habits and Attitudes
Stop Bad HabitsStart Good Habits
Causes of a Poor SelfImage
Manifestations of a Poor SelfImage
Fifteen Steps to a Healthy SelfImage
Your Relationship with Others
The Way You See Others
Good Or Bad You Pass It On
The Most Important Other Person
Are Goals Really Necessary?
Characteristics of Goals
The Subconscious Mind
Workers Are Winners
Priming Pumping and Producing
David and Goliath
America the Beautiful