"Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves"
       ~ James M. Barrie
According to John C. Maxwell, the difference between two people with the same skills and abilities, in the same situation, that end up with two totally different outcomes is attitude. If you have ever wondered what may be separating you from achieving the kind of personal and professional success you’ve always wanted, Dr. Maxwell has some words of insight: “Your attitude colors every aspect of your life. It is like the mind’s paintbrush.” In this book John Maxwell shatters common myths about attitude. He covers what attiitude can do for you and what it can’t. Showing you how to overcome the five biggest attitude obstacles. Dr. Maxwell not only you teaches how to make attitude your biggest asset, but also how to maintain that attitude for the rest of your life.
The difference between achieving people and average people is their perception of and response to failure. In this book John C. Maxwell takes a closer look at failure. He reveals that the secret of moving beyond failure is to use it as a lesson and a stepping-stone. He demonstrates the reasons why people fail and shows how to master fear instead of being mastered by fear. You will discover that positive benefits can accompany negative experiences, if you have the right attitude. This book is full of action suggestions and real-life stories. John Maxwell will teach you the 15 steps to turning mistakes into steppingstones for success!
Failing Forward
Talent might get you noticed but it won’t keep you there. Success requires and deserves hard work. In this book will learn how to achieve the effectiveness you need to turn talent into results. A few of the choices John Maxwell has identified in his book are that belief lifts your talent: Lack of belief in yourself can act as a ceiling on talent, passion energizes your talent: A passionate person with limited talent will outperform a passive person who possesses greater talent, practice sharpens your talent: Practice demands discipline and embracing change and perseverance sustains your talent: People who display perseverance keep a larger vision in mind as they toil away at their craft or profession.
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