The Success Principles: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be
Americans are, above all, an aspirational people. To be human is to aspire to success: in life, home, relationships, work, education, creative expression, and indeed in every aspect of daily living. Not since the seminal works of Dale Carnegie and Napoleon Hill has a writer produced a work that can inspire, instruct, and practically nurture the impulse for success in all its manifold expressions. While many authors are serving segments around this need--mentoring, coaching, discipline, habits, relationships--only Jack Canfield is addressing this greater void in the marketplace of ideas.
The Success Principles(tm) is a watershed book for a renewed era of Success-oriented culture, touching on every aspect of our lives. As Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich was a touchstone for readers last century, so this book will become the new selfimprovement standard for our own. From sales and marketing professionals to small business owners, and from teachers to students and parents, Canfield offers 64 practical and inspiring principles to get any aspiring person from where they are to where they want to be:
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Jack Canfield, perhaps best known for his role in hatching the "Chicken Soup for the Soul" phenomenon, adds a little substance to the "Chicken Soup" model in "The Success Principles."
Inspirational anecdotes break up the instructional segments, which enhances readability, and Canfield effectively parses these stories of successful people for the core components of their success. At one level, this approach produces strong success-oriented advice on topics such as the importance of others (find a mentor, model success, shadow an inspirational figure.) Taken more broadly, he's also teaching a method of reading others and using their results as evidence.
In this sense, the book is basic but potentially quite effective. If you find yourself asking, "Why is he/she succeeding?" then this book is an excellent resource. Canfield will teach you how to read others and adapt their methods. If you think "I know what to do, but how can I implement my plans more effectively?" then you may want to peruse a different menu for a heartier meal.