Journey to the Impossible: Designing an Extraordinary Life

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Creative Crayon Publishers, 2002 - Business & Economics - 203 pages
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With so many books about self-realization and success on the racks, why arent more people self-realized and successful? Huge numbers of people pursuing this type of information prove that many want more from life. They are even willing to invest time and money to learn how to achieve more. So why dont more people actually succeed? Scott Jeffrey realizes what many well-meaning motivators and educators miss: This information must be consistently usable in everyday life. It must be accessible to men and women with impossible work schedules, families, and other time consuming responsibilities. Through a series of thought-provoking strategies and exercises designed to "tune" what is already within the individual rather than complicating the task with new, often confusing information, Jeffrey helps you organize your thoughts, tap existing power, and claim the success you already own.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION I
1
ACHIEVING IMPOSSIBLE RESULTS
19
MASTERING IMPOSSIBLE LIVING
49
COMMITTING TO IMPOSSIBLE GROWTH
97
LIVING IMPOSSIBLE LEADERSHIP
107
MAINTAINING IMPOSSIBLE HEALTH
117
CREATING IMPOSSIBLE WEALTH
147
DEVELOPING IMPOSSIBLE RELATIONSHIPS
159
CONQUERING IMPOSSIBLE CHALLENGES
171
THE JOURNEY CONTINUES
190
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
201
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