How successful people think;John C. Maxwell
Gather successful people from all walks of life — what would they have in common? The way they think! Now you can think as they do and revolutionize your work and life!
The 11 keys to successful thinking include:
• Big-Picture Thinking – seeing the world beyond your own needs and how that leads to great ideas
• Focused Thinking – removing mental clutter and distractions to realize your full potential
• Creative Thinking – thinking in unique ways and making breakthroughs
• Shared Thinking – working with others to compound results
• Reflective Thinking – looking at the past to gain a better understanding of the future.
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