The Psychology of Winning : Nightingale-Conant: Achievement

  • by Denis E. Waitley
  • Narrated by Denis Waitley
  • Series: Nightingale-Conant: Achievement
  • 3 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Psychology of Winning will teach you how to program your mind for success and achievement.
Imagine there are five seconds left to play, your team is down by one point and the ball is in your hands. Thousands of people are cheering. It's your chance to win!
It's a moment you've worked for all your life. Imagine the feeling. Is it too much pressure? Or is it tremendous excitement? Whether you realize it or not, you are in the game! And winning is only an attitude away. Pressure or excitement, the choice is yours.
The moment you've been working for all your life may happen today: that unfinished report on your desk could be the best project ever, you could inspire your customers to make unprecedented new orders, your employees could set new performance standards under your leadership, or you could have the best moment of your life with your family or friends. The outcome of the game is on your shoulders. So ask yourself:

Is my career a runaway success?
Am I a champion to my family?
Am I excited to get up every morning and start another day in my own shoes?

Winners can honestly answer each question “yes.”


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Customer Reviews

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Great to keep me focused

I listen to this book while working on the sales floor it keeps me motivated and goal oriented. it is very practical and easy to apply to daily life in improving your outlook.
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- rob boring

Classic And Timeless Principles

The principles are timeless and classic. I listen to a lot of positive psychology books and authors. Eventually they all say the same things but I have a feeling a lot of newer authors owe a lot to this book.

Listening to this book 36 years after original publication makes his futuristic comments entertaining and cool in a retro sort of way.

Its a good listen. I'll replay it a few more times to really pick out the nuggets. But for the most part I found it encouraging to re-emphasize positive habits that I have been working on such as visualization.
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- Going Gazelle

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-14-2014
  • Publisher: Nightingale-Conant