Success Is for You draws upon many concepts that fans of Dr. Hawkins will recognize and applies them to the world of business and the psychology of success. Expanding upon the illuminating discussion of the attractor patterns of success from Power vs. Force, this remarkable never-before-published book pulls back the curtain on the inner workings of the successful mind. Success, according to Dr. Hawkins, is an attitude we inhabit rather than a goal we strive for.
New listeners will find this to be a perfect introduction to an incredible teacher and foremost expert on mental processes, providing profound insights and real-world examples to help anyone focus on - and consequently achieve - what they desire. This fascinating book reveals:
Yet its scope ranges far beyond a mere how-to manual. As Dr. Hawkins says, "Having facts and know-how...does not guarantee success. There are other factors involved. It is these other secret factors that we are going to explore." The secret factors - the energetic power principles underlying success - are decoded here...delivering an eternal message of possibility for us all.
©2016 David R. Hawkins (P)2016 Hay House
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"Another Great Book by Dr. Hawkins!"
Loved it! He defines the real meaning of success and gets straight to the point.
"fantastic! you are already a success!"
interesting, great stories, and practical tips for conducting heart based business throughout life.
his insights and philosophy are refreshing in a world of over achievers and highly forced action.
"Actually some new stuff for me..."
I've read a LOT I. the fields of success. psychology, philosophy, spiritually etc.
I don't actively look for "something new" but rather for new viewpoints and a deeper understanding.
This was my first (not last) exposure to the author. He has a couple unique viewpoints. Some things I'd never considered. The book is deep and definitely a keeper. Read it.
If I had one beef with the book it's that it occasionally takes on a slightly judgemental tone. Especially, he repeatedly talks about restaurants and wait staff. I would venture a guess that he's never done it based upon his criticism. Yes, it is criticism and not in a round about way.
To anyone who's been in the business it's a source of eternal frustration that people have these universal criticisms ONLY if they've never done it.
It's not just that but the fact that he criticizes that is a little less favourable. It's not just the criticism but it takes 1/3 of the space of the book. I feel the points could have been made without it.
That said, the book is excellent even still.
It starts slow so be patient. The last 3 chapters are where it's at. hang in there.
Extremely pragmatic and logical tips for becoming a success. I can't wait to start implementing the advice.
What an uplifting resource tool.
I highly recommend this text to an person in search of purpose and a successful life.
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