Item description for Succeed on Your Own Terms: Lessons from Top Achievers Around the World on Developing Your Unique Potential by Herb Greenberg...
What makes top achievers successful? This question is answered by two top consultants in interviews with some of the world's most accomplished individuals. Thanks to these individuals, you will learn to create your own definition of success.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.32" Width: 5.28" Height: 1.18" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2007
Publisher American Media International
ISBN 1933309482 ISBN13 9781933309484
Availability 0 units.
More About Herb Greenberg
Herb Greenberg, Ph.D., is the founder and CEO, and Patrick Sweeney is the president of Caliper, an international management consulting firm, which, for over a half-century, has assessed the potential of more than three million applicants and employees for over 25,000 companies around the world. Caliper consults with executives on hiring, employee development, team building, executive coaching, succession planning, and organizational performance. Herb and Patrick are also coauthors of the "New York Times" bestseller "Succeed on Your Own Terms". Visit www.calipercorp.com for more information.
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Amazing stories of personal triumph! Dec 2, 2007
You will be thankful for what you have after you hear this! We all overcome something, but few of us have had to survive like the people in this audio book. This book gets 5 stars from me because of the ability of the authors to express the incredible challenges some people have had on their way to becoming a success. Be prepared for an emotional roll-a-coaster!
The most memorable story was about a survivor of the death camps in Nazi Germany, but others like climbing Mt Everest, a cancer survivor, a wheelchair Olympian, politicians, civil rights leaders, and several professional athletes.
This book was more about individual stories of people surviving and escaping their surroundings or crisis than it was of success. It was not the kind of book that I was looking for, but I still enjoyed it. The only downside to me about this book was the authors had an obvious liberal slant to things and since I am a conservative that was tiring. This book is more for a survivor of trauma instead of an entrepreneur or the corporate world. If someone is seeking comfort and motivation to succeed from a personal tragedy, this book is it!