The motivation myth : how high achievers really set themselves up to win / by Jeff Haden
By: Haden, Jeff.Publisher: New York : Portfolio Penguin, 2018Description: xii, 274 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780399563768.Subject(s): Motivation | Personal development | Decision making | Psychology
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|Book||Australia||209 HAD 2018 (Browse shelf)||Issued||13/01/2020||CA010256|
|Book||New Zealand||209 MOT (Browse shelf)||Available||CA013644|
You can do - and be - so much more than you think -- Motivation is not the spark -- The greater your focus, the lower your chances of success -- Your goal must always choose your process -- Happiness comes to serial achievers -- Wishing and hoping is the most unrealistic approach of all -- To gain incredible willpower … need less willpower -- One question provides nearly every answer -- Why work smarter when you can work your number? -- You don't need a coach; you need a pro -- Do more by doing less -- The bottom line.
Explores motivation, debunking commonly held myths about willpower. Offers fresh insights and achievable strategies to approach both professional and personal obstacles and goals.