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Resilience: Facing Down Rejection and Criticism on the Road to Success

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A guide to overcoming rejection and criticism in pursuit of your goals.
Kindle Edition, 217 pages
Published October 21st 2012 by Lateral Action Books
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Vadim Sviridovich
Только мы можем решить сделать свою мечту реальностью, несмотря на все препятствия на пути. Можно идти к своей цели путем проб и ошибок или учиться на чужом опыте.

Марк Макгинесс - английский предприниматель, писатель и коуч, выпускник Оксфорда и популярный блогер. Он обучает своих клиентов, живущих на всех континентах принципам, которые помогают добиваться успеха в делах. С некоторыми из них, изложенными в этой книге, я хочу с вами поделиться.

1. Решите, на чем Вы хотите специализироваться
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Malik Aljabri
Dec 29, 2017 rated it it was ok
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Tanya
Jul 12, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Замечательное начало, очень вдохновляющая и мотивирующая первая часть. Но не дожал. Либо не хватило глубины, либо автору надо было перестать повторяться и сократить материал в два раза. А в целом, сесть и ещё раз подумать, что ты делаешь, зачем ты это делаешь и не бояться добиваться своих целей - почему нет?
Dawn Lennon
Nov 14, 2014 rated it it was ok
Shelves: business
More a primer on how to handle rejection and criticism, this book fell short for me. I was expecting more insights about the psychology, impacts and implications around the value of resilience in life and career. About half of the book is assignments/exercises, a quarter about the author's experiences, and a quarter on informative, topical content. If you are struggling with actions and scripts to deal with rejection and criticism, there is help here. If you are looking for a deeper understandin ...more
José Antonio Lopez
Jan 09, 2014 rated it liked it
Mark McGuinness shares his experience coaching creative people as well as his own on how to overcome Rejection and Criticism the two forces that can stop us from achieving our goals. He is clear that this is not a research book and thus is entertaining and full of tips and suggestions. However I felt that the overall message is bias towards rationalization and conformism. I recommend starting with deeper books to better understand Resilience and Grit. McGuinness' can be a good complement to find ...more
Sharna Sammy
Jul 23, 2013 rated it it was amazing
"I can't do this because I don't have X", or "Don't take it so personally" are things we often come across as creatives in business or in our social lives. This book is not the kind of book you read and put away. Its the kind of book you take action with. Brilliant! Motivating! Thank you Mark for sharing your stories and lessons learnt with the world.
Henrique
Apr 01, 2013 rated it liked it
The book has some good insghts on what resilience is and on how you can buid a resilient behaviour, has a very promising start and it's well written.

However, it lacks depth and sometimes it's more about the author's opinion and experience than facts or science.

Still a book worth reading, but could be better.
Gopal
Jan 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing
All professionals in the creative field, like writers, painters, dancer etc. should read this book. Becuase this field is full of critiques. Overcoming criticism is very important for people to succeed in these fields.
Miguel Panão
Interesting but not enough

What can I say... it didn't captured my attention. Some interesting points, but I was expecting more. The recurrence to zen mysticism was not compelling. Good effort though.
Dmitry Demidov
Mar 31, 2014 rated it it was ok
Одно и то же. Надоело. Медитируйте, найдите единомышленников, не сдавайтесь, изучите потребности блаблабла
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