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WHAT MAKES TOP ACHIEVERS SUCCESSFUL?
Is it more energy? Luck? Drive? Focus? Vision? These are some of the questions answered in Herb Greenberg and Patrick Sweeney's illuminating book, Succeed on Your Own Terms.
Greenberg and Sweeney spent two years traveling in more than two dozen countries interviewing some of the world's most accomplished individuals - including renowned architect Michael Graves; Chief Financial Officer of Dun and Bradstreet, Sara Mathew; former Dallas Cowboy Roger Staubach; legendary civil rights advocate Congressman John Lewis; actor Ben Vereen; Holocaust survivor Samuel Pisar; President of Home Depot Canada, Annette Verschuren; mountain climber Rebecca Stephens; the shortest NBA player of all time, Muggsy Bogues; Senator Barbara Boxer; cancer survivor Janet Lasley; and Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie.
Through in-depth interviews and results from a comprehensive personality assessment, the authors uncover the defining qualities that set each of these remarkable individuals apart. These inspiring individuals exemplify 19 defining qualities that can drive your success, such as
* Optimism * Resilience * Empathy * Persuasiveness * Courage * Perseverance * Willingness to Take Risks * Creativity * Competitiveness * Confidence * Self-Awareness
And you'll learn how to identify these qualities in yourself by taking a free, in-depth personality assessment that can help you discover your unique potential and strengths. Then you will be poised to seek out situations that play to your natural abilities, recognize your defining moments and seize opportunities to succeed on your own terms.
On the Back Cover
THERE IS ONLY ONE TRUE DEFINITION OF SUCCESS:
Whether you are an executive looking to surround yourself with employees who can grow with your company or an individual looking to succeed on your own terms, this book is perfect for you. -Roger Staubach, the legendary quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys and Founder of The Staubach Company
Full of profound wisdom, engaging stories and practical advice, this book is ideal for anyone who wants to succeed at the highest level. -James D. Power III, Founder, J.D. Power and Associates
Success is about understanding what drives you and tapping into your inner strengths. This impressive book shows you how to do that. -U.S. Congressman Rush Holt
By combining in-depth interviews with keen psychological insights, this one-of-a-kind book will help you succeed on your own terms. -Jeffrey Lurie, Owner, Chairman & CEO, Philadelphia Eagles
I have known and respected the work of Dr. Greenberg and his company for more than 25 years. Reading this book will show you the genius and insights he brings to finding the best in people. -Gaston Caperton, President of the College Board and former Governor of West Virginia
The authors will help you understand your defining qualities and take advantage of your defining moments. This powerful book will ignite your success. -Gerhard Gschwandtner, Publisher, Selling Power
In this inspiring book, you will read compelling stories, learn to create your own definition of success, and receive a free, in-depth personality assessment (worth more than ,200) that will help you discover your defining qualities and develop your key strengths."
About the Authors
Herb Greenberg, Ph.D. is the founder, president and CEO, and Patrick Sweeney is executive vice president of Caliper, an international consulting firm. Through the use of its signature personality assessment, Caliper has helped over 25,000 companies around the world, including FedEx, Caterpillar, Johnson & Johnson, and even the World Series Champion Chicago White Sox, to assess and develop the talents of more than two million applicants and employees. Greenberg and Sweeney are also co-authors of How to Hire and Develop Your Next Top Performer, which is available in six languages.
Patrick Sweeney is executive vice president of Caliper, an international consulting firm.
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