John Powers – The 5 Disciplines of Powerful People
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Discover the simplest approach to do the most difficult tasks!
You keep the promises you make to others; now learn to keep the promises you make to yourself!
“I plan to shed 10 pounds before the summer.” “I’m going to continue in school this time till I earn my bachelor’s degree.” “From now on, I’ll strive every day to strengthen my marriage.”
Everyone makes pledges to herself. However, only a few of us are capable of keeping our pledges. Why? Because we were never taught… Personal goal setting and achievement is not a skill taught in school or addressed in on-the-job training. However, acclaimed author and motivational speaker John Powers now offers a strategy for honoring those secret commitments.
John Powers walks you through the process of creating and fulfilling a commitment to yourself in The Five Disciplines of Powerful People: How to Keep the Promises You Make to Yourself. You’ll learn how we think about changing our lives, how to develop the inner strength you need to stick to your goals, and, most crucially, how to follow the process for keeping the promises you make to yourself. As you progress through this effective program, you will learn to:
Change your aspirations and goals into promises you can maintain.
Create and channel your interests in order to maximize their motivating power.
Plan, prepare, and include practical considerations.
Continue to pursue your promise.
Expand on your accomplishment.
Use numerous personal power capabilities, such as how to deliver in a pinch.
Live a life of personal power, fulfillment, and pleasure.
Setting and achieving personal goals is one of the most difficult—and rewarding—experiences that most of us go through. John dives into the reasons we break promises we make to ourselves—lack of commitment, making things too difficult too quickly, inability to change—and assists you in overcoming each of these hurdles as you work toward your own promise. He sheds light on the difficult facts of how to commit to a commitment by bringing out both the problems and the advantages.