How does a champion think? An authority on high-level achievement, Denis Waitley has studied the amazing similarities in the mental strategies of great champions in both business and sport. Distilling years of research into the psychology of winning, Waitley shows how you can make these mental traits you own and outlines a 21-day program for doing so. Among the topics covered in The New Dynamics of Winning:Focusing your mind for peak performance anywhere, anytimeHow paying the price prepares you for success. How to use stress to your advantagePrevalent self-destructive beliefsThe psychology traits of those who become winner A guide and an inspriration to achieving your personal best, The New Dynamics of Winning clear, no-nonsense advice on what it takes to succeed in any field of endeavor.
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Denis Waitley, author of the New York Times best-seller Seeds of Greatness, has studied and counseled leaders in every field from top executives of Fortune 500 companies to Olympic champions.From Publishers Weekly:
Lecturer and former head of the mental training program of the U.S. Olympic Committee's Sports Medicine Council, Waitley here applies his theories for athletic success to business and personal life. In this upbeat, pragmatic guide, he outlines a program for tapping one's inner resources and abilities to achieve "more than you or anyone else thought possible." Citing examples drawn from sport and business, he recommends breaking down major goals into 90-day-long mini-goals, which can also be divided into subgoals. Offering advice on preventive physical and mental health care, he emphasizes such stress-reducing, confidence-building techniques as positive "self talk," short statements of praise and advice for repeating during moments of pressure. He concludes with a 21-day plan for establishing and accomplishing specific personal goals.
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