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The Psychology Winning in the 21st Century

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Denis Waitley

3 Hours 30 Minutes

Gildan Media

July 2015

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In this program, Denis Waitley showcases why he has been one of the most popular keynote speakers in the world for several decades, as well as including an updated version of his classic audio program, "The Psychology of Winning." The first part of the program is a recording of Denis Waitley live at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, speaking to an audience of financial entrepreneurs. His presentation is laced with anecdotal humor and gems of wisdom. The second part of the program is Denis in studio advising us on how to become change-masters in today's volatile global economy.
A recognized pioneer in the personal development movement, Denis Waitley is one of the most respected and listened to voices on high performance achievement. The author of 18 non-fiction books, his audio album, "The Psychology of Winning," is the all-time, best-selling program on self-mastery. The Psychology of Winning for the 21st Century combines a classic keynote speech with an in-studio presentation that updates Denis Waitley's blockbuster audio album with timeless and timely advice on how to attain personal and professional excellence today.
What you will learn:
• We all are "free agents" dealing with rapid change
• Motivation by desire, instead of fear
• Why inner values are critical to external success
• Self-determination in a knowledge-based world
• The keys to creativity and optimism
• Why empowering others is the new power

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  • Marcus M.

    Great book. I actually got this for my 11 yr old son to help him build his esteem and realize mistakes are just events to learn from and opportunity for growth. He really enjoyed it

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