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The Psychology of Winning by Denis Waitley. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published October 15th by Berkley first published June More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of The Psychology of Winning. Somewhat dated, and doesn't flow too quickly. Winners see risk as an opportunity. They see the reward of success in advance, and they don't see the penal Somewhat dated, and doesn't flow too quickly. They see the reward of success in advance, and they don't see the penalties of failure. It is the dominant thought and motivation at the time of the fall that means everything.
Losers panic. Winners relax, pick themselves up, brush themselves off… and do it all over again. The world they live in dominates them. Especially take the credit, because you got yourself there. They're propelled forward without hesitation because they and everyone else involved with them know where they're going, and know that nothing is permitted to block their path.
The only choice is the kind of life one would care to spend one's efforts on. School is never out for the winners. They know where they're going every day, every month, every year. How can you give what you don't have? History is full of saints rising from the gutters and literal monsters growing up in loving families.
Treat animals more like people. I'll be better tomorrow. On visualization: "For champions, it's the winning edge. Every time an athlete misses a shot, they immediately replay it in their imagination as a successful shot. They are master simulators. The simulations come true. In your imagination you can learn to never miss. Practice within, right before you go to sleep at night, in the shower, and whenever you have the free time. Their every thought is allied with power. Allen "Winning individuals do not leave the development of their potential to chance.
They pursue it systematically. View all 4 comments. Oct 12, Heather Pola rated it it was amazing. I've read this book several times. The first being in college, while training for peer leadership programs. An amazing mentor and professor, Dr. David Brown had this book, among other greats, on the reading list.
This book has been part of my self-evolution through and through. Raw, real, and in your face wake up call Thumbs and toes up. View 2 comments. Oct 07, Mike rated it it was amazing. I've never met Denis Waitley but I've seen him speak on many occasions. While training these winners, he was no doubt able to find what makes a winner "tick".
This resulted in the writing of this book. Waitley explains their meaning and uses real life examples to drive the poin I've never met Denis Waitley but I've seen him speak on many occasions. Waitley explains their meaning and uses real life examples to drive the point home.
He didicates a chapter to each of ten qualities of a total winner. At the end of each chapter he gives a review. He then writes out a list of action items for the reader to improve that particular quality.
The action items make this a book that cannot be returned to the bookshelf after having been read. Like Dr. Waitley says at the end of his "wrapup" "So now that you've read it - go out and do it. Feb 04, kripsoo rated it it was amazing. It was via audio tape, which contained most if not all of the contents of this book, nonetheless, here was a complete stranger telling Me: I could succeed, I could achieve, I could do things encouragement I was not getting from my immediate family, my peers, my "friends" at that time Someone once said: You will become like the information you input into your mind and the people you assoc first came across the works of Denis Waitley in late , as I began my first steps towards entrepreneurship.
It was via audio tape, which contained most if not all of the contents of this book, nonetheless, here was a complete stranger telling Me: I could succeed, I could achieve, I could do things encouragement I was not getting from my immediate family, my peers, my "friends" at that time Someone once said: You will become like the information you input into your mind and the people you associate with.
If that's the truth, then, I am indeed one step closer to where I wish to be in my life, and YOU can be there, too Sep 23, Clay rated it liked it. This one is definitely a little bit outdated. Thus you should turn a blind eye to some of the examples Waitley provides for why his theories are true. Nevertheless this was a nice quick read and I think that it's important to take some time to think about what we want from life and how we can achieve it.
The act of reflecting on it already has a positive effect on us. Even if we think we know a lot about what it takes to win it's still important to refresh some of the things and become more awar This one is definitely a little bit outdated. Even if we think we know a lot about what it takes to win it's still important to refresh some of the things and become more aware of them.
I'd say that it would be important to talk about self improvement already in school because it makes all of us better and happier which is just as important. Apr 07, Waseem rated it it was amazing. Excellent read and already one of my all time fav rags to riches stories Apr 29, Melissa rated it really liked it. Good book, although I suspect I'll get a lot more out of it if I read it several times!
Especially fond of the chapter about health and the mental control we can exert it Jan 28, Michael David rated it really liked it. This is great stuff. Although this book tackles themes that have been addressed in earlier and more comprehensive books, there are few books as good as this in terms of streamlining the necessary data important in transforming one's psychology towards positivity in thought and in deed.
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