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Sometimes You Win--Sometimes You Learn: Life's Greatest Lessons Are…

by John C. Maxwell

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There is so much to this book. It has motivated me to start my 2014 off on the right start.

Great ideas, advise, examples, quotes, and one great read. A whole lot of quotes that I hadn't heard before from people that we all can learn from.

It's a Christmas gift I will be keeping for years to come. ( )
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To Paul Martinelli, Scott Fay, and the thousands of coaches around the world who are part of The John Maxwell Team.

You share my heat.

You communicate my values.

You live out my vision.

you are adding value to otehrs for beyond my hopes and expectations.

Thank you for creating a legacy for me while I'm still around to see it.
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My friend robert Schuller once asked, "What would you attempt to do if you know you wouldn't fail?" That's a great question, an inspring question. When most people hear it, they start dreaming again. They are motivated to reach for their goals and to risk more.
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Explores the most common lessons we learn when we experience loss and explains how to turn a set-back into a step forward by examining the eleven elements that make up the DNA of those who learn.

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