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100 Ways to Bring Out Your Best
by Roger Fritz
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What is your best? Are you giving it? Why don't we consistently, day after day, benefit from our best qualities and talents? If the ability is there, why don't we use it? If we have the knowledge, why don't we apply it? Here are 100 answers to these questions. This book will further challenge you to bring your potential future accomplishments in the present so that you can benefit each day. In fact, this book will guide and teach you how to: stay on target; become your own critic; be a good listener and have patience; sell your decisions; appraise applause; avoid doubters; focus on priorities; learn from losses; test new skills'; deserve respect; eliminate obstacles; become trustworthy; learn to say NO; meet commitments; keep options open; and confront conflicts ... and many more techniques to improve yourself and bring out your best. About the author: Dr. Roger Fritz is considered one of the country's foremost authorities on Performance Based Management and change requirements for individuals.
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