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Why Winners Win: What it Takes to be Successful in Business and Life, by Gary Pittard

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06 October 2016 1 minute readShare
Cover of Why Winners Win

Why Winners Win identifies the crucial elements of business success and provides step-by-step guidance on getting there. Gary Pittard shows you why consistent results are the key contributing factor to lasting success, and helps you identify your personal barriers.

Product details:

  • Author: Gary Pittard
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • RRP: Paperback: $25.95
  • E-book: $16.99

Cover of Why Winners Win


Whether you lack the ability to set goals or a plan, achieve motivation or focus, this book will show you how to adjust your course and direct you to the top.

Based on the Success Journey model, the discussion focuses on attitude, knowledge, skill and competent action to give you a solid framework to boost your potential and achieve prosperity.

You'll learn the essential qualities of a winner, and how to demonstrate these qualities every day in every interaction.

Case studies demonstrating success and failure provide you with clear examples of the framework in action and illustrate the cause-and-effect relationship behind everyday choices.

Believe it or not, failing at something is a great way to become successful.

Experience teaches a lesson no advice can impart, and not being at the top just means there's more room to grow.

This book equips you with a solid success plan, the skills you need to execute it and expert insight into your own unique path.

The goal is prosperity – whatever that may mean to you – and attaining a level of freedom and security that allows you to give back and be generous with your money, time and knowledge. Success is a journey, but Why Winners Win provides the road map you need to start the journey today.

Why Winners Win: What it Takes to be Successful in Business and Life, by Gary Pittard
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