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The Art of Achievement: Mastering The 7 Cs of Success in Business and Life

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Highlighted by words of wisdom from Plato, Einstein, Churchill, and other great thinkers, this practical guide to success in all areas of life's endeavors explains how to map out new paths to greater efficiency, deeper satisfaction, and better health with the help of such tools as Conception, Consis
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published April 1st 2002 by Andrews McMeel Publishing (first published 2002)
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Diana Nagy
Mar 11, 2016 rated it really liked it
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Mastering the 7 C's of Success in Business in Life, Detailed in The Art of Achievement, seem to be some powerful "conditions for achieving satisfying and sustainable results in any endeavor." The Seven C's are as follows:
1. A Clear Conception of what we want, a vivid vision, a goal clearly imagined
2. A Strong Confidence that we can attain our goal.
3. A Focused Concentration on what it takes to reach that goal.
4. A Stubborn Consistency in pursuing our vision.
5. An emotional Commitment to the impo
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Michael Bodekaer
Sep 28, 2016 rated it really liked it
This 7C sums up the book quite well.
Very good reminders. Didn't get any big aha moments out of the book though (already very much in achivement mode :)

I call them “The 7 Cs of Success.”
1. A clear Conception of what we want, a vivid vision, a goal strongly imagined.
2. A strong Confidence that we can attain our goal.
3. A focused Concentration on what it takes to reach that goal.
4. A stubborn Consistency in pursuing our vision.
5. An emotional Commitment to the importance of what we’re doing.
6. A go
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Fabrizio Stucchi
Dec 04, 2015 rated it it was ok
A book that did not fire me up at all, without any "ahah moment" or practical suggestion that will change my behaviours. The only part I really appreciated is concerning objectives and higher purpose, that it was really well expressed and actionable.
Bill Hagaman
Apr 03, 2016 rated it it was ok
some interesting insight on what it takes to be successful, however I wasn't thrilled with the writing style
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Tom Morris has become one of the most active public philosophers in the world due to his unusual ability to bring the greatest wisdom of the past into the challenges of the present.

A native of Durham, North Carolina and a Distinguished Alumnus of Durham Academy, Tom was a Morehead Scholar at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, which has honored him, along with Michael Jordan, as a reci
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