The future belongs to the flexible: Learn to achieve your goals in a rapidly changing world!
The New Dynamics of Goal Setting will not only put you on track toward achieving your success, but it will help you remain flexible and focused no matter how your career changes, no matter what obstacles or opportunities may confront you.
Using the Flextactics System, this program is designed for high-performance individuals like you, who know your primary goals in life and want to learn new strategies that will help you reach them.
Flextactics helps you see the future as a great adventure, welcoming change and thriving on challenge.
Technological advances, economic uncertainty, and shifting markets combine, accelerating the pace of change. Traditional planning strategies have become inadequate. Expectations based on past performance may even be counterproductive. You need strategies that can expect and anticipate change.
As companies become leaner and jobs become less permanent, your challenge is to adopt a new outlook and a flowing, flexible course which assures your success and makes it more frequent and enduring.
The secret, according to success-expert Denis Waitley, is to create your own patterns out of the chaos - to fit each new circumstance into your plan for achieving your ultimate goals. By learning to expect the unexpected, your goals become more attainable.
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the "New" dynamics , lol no not really.
set in the 80's with a completely outdated context makes it very hard to relate to any information being outlined. "the new watch pager is out " lol "people now use computer graphics instead of overhead projectors " the information might be there and it might be timeless however i could not het past the many "wow this is dated" moments that plague the stories and reasoning . returning it.
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Since becoming a lifelong learner, Im so grateful to find Denis Waitley. Im so thrilled and amazed and so inspired about his teachings. Im so changed that if you'd ask me years ago, I would have said, " No way". Thank you Denis Waitley, Im so grateful & blessed forever...
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