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At the heart of the program is the Corporate Athlete training system. During the past decade, dozens of Fortune 500 companies have paid thousands of dollars to learn the Corporate Athlete training system. So have FBI swat teams, critical care physicians and nurses, salesmen, and stay-at-home moms. The Power of Full Engagement lays out the key training principles and provides a powerful, step-by-step program that will help you to:
Mobilize four key sources of energy
Balance energy expenditure with intermittent energy renewal
Expand capacity in the same systematic way that elite athletes do
Create highly specific, positive energy management rituals The Power of Full Engagement provides a life-changing roadmap to becoming more fully engaged on and off the job.
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By Matt on 02-04-05
It works if you try it.
I listened to this book, and more importantly, I tried implementing the principles taught. After only a week I find that I have much more energy, especially when I get home. This has directly affected my attitudes and relationships for the better. I'm listening to it for the fourth time now. But remember this is one of those annoying books where you actually have to take action after you've read it, or it won't do you any good :>)
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By David on 05-09-03
I bought this title because it was on the bestseller list and sounded like a good buy. However, after struggling through it I have to say it's poor at best. The book is sold on the strength of the authors' reputation as developers of the "corporate athlete" program. Unfortunately the narration comes across as trite, and self-promotional.
To me, the book seems to lack real depth of insight or compassion into the real issues facing readers in crisis -- except to see them as sell-through opportunities for other programs and products.
As an alternative to The Power of Full Engagement I would highly recommend The Breakout Principle and The Power of Now, two less commercial and more authentic works.
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