Thinking Big by Brian Tracy
Every successful person knows that the key to success is conscious effort, careful planning, and good, old-fashioned hard work. But there is one habit on the road to success that will speed you up more than most. If you want to stay ahead of the pack, you must start thinking big. Thinking big, world renowned success expert Brian Tracy will take you beyond everyday thinking, where you tap into the vast resources of your mind and unleash unlimited potential. In this phenomenal audio program, you will learn how to: * recognize critical success factors and why they are vital to your personal and professional success. * develop the mental power of genius; * use the amazing abilities of the subconscious to reach higher levels; * identify your unique abilities and talents – and use them to create a state; by practicing the ideas taught at Thinking Big, you can and will become unstoppable! Brian Tracy has a successful career in sales and marketing, investment, import and distribution, and management, and is Chairman of Brian Tracy International. He is the author of Maximum Achievement, as well as several bestselling audio programs including Achievement Psychology, Sales Psychology, and Accelerated Learning Techniques. He is also the host of the monthly audio edition of Nightingale-Conant, Insight.
Self Help – Online Self Help Course
More information on self-help:
Self-help, or self-improvement, is self-directed improvement — economic, intellectual, or emotional — often with a substantial psychological foundation.
There are many different group Self-Help programs, each with its own focus, methods, associated beliefs, supporters, and in some cases leaders.
Concepts and terms stemming from the Self-Help culture and the twelve-step culture, such as recovery, dysfunctional families, and codependency, have become firmly established in mainstream language.
Self-help often uses publicly available information or support groups, both online and in person, where people in similar situations come together.
Since the early examples of independent legal practice and home counseling, the connotations of the word have spread and are often applied in particular to education, business,
psychology and psychotherapy, commonly disseminated through the popular self-help book genre.
According to the APA Psychology Dictionary, potential benefits of self-help groups that professionals may not be able to provide include friendship,
emotional support, experiential knowledge, identity, meaningful roles, and a sense of belonging.
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