Let the coach to the world's top CEOs help you move up to a whole new level of success! In Take It to the Next Level: What Got You Here Won't Get You There, world-renowned executive educator, coach, and consultant Marshall Goldsmith reveals the 21 bad habits that could be holding you back from ascending to greater achievement, prosperity, and happiness - and causing you to suffer negative consequences you aren't even aware of. For each of these habits, Goldsmith offers a simple and highly actionable alternative behavior that will have an electrifying effect on your quest for greatness. You'll discover:
How you may be deluding yourself when it comes to your own success.
Why feedback is so much more critical than you thought, and five ways to get it without having to ask.
What you should stop doing right now.
The future of coaching.
The special challenges faced by people in charge, and how to overcome them.
The ideal time to change.
And so much more.
If you are completely satisfied with your "here," Marshall Goldsmith's ceiling-shattering insights and strategies are definitely not for you. But if you are ready and willing to shed some ineffective behaviors so that you can move your professional, personal, and financial satisfaction from "here" to "there"' - a place where you're making more money, having more fun, and enjoying your work, relationships, and life more than ever before - Take It to the Next Level is the jolt of energy you've been waiting for.
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Goldsmith is my hero!
I highly recommend this book to anyone in the fields of consulting or coaching. Marshall Goldsmith takes his decades of experience and presents them to you on a silver platter. Goldsmith is one of the most generous thought leaders of our time. A must read!
- Edward Coyle
Make no mistake, this isn't a self help book. There are exercises that seems self developmental and it is, however all of his examples were with top executives or in his personal life. As much as one would agree with his point, the challenge is in identify the triggers and applying his teachings.
- AR "AR"