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How to build the habits of perseverance and keep going when you want to give up to achieve your goals?
This book is for anyone who wants to develop grit. Whether you are a student who wants to do better at school, someone who wants to start a healthy lifestyle, or a professional who wishes to grow in his career or business, you will find the tips and strategies in these chapters to really help you have the grit to go for your goals.
However, I have not written this book to remind you of your glaring deficiencies. I believe you must at least have suspected that you were a little bit lacking in grit before picking up this audiobook. First, we start by trying to find out what perseverance is. Once we have found it, I will show the pillars upon which perseverance rests. Yes, perseverance has certain pillars it rests upon. Then, I will show you how you can remain determined and motivated at all times.
I do sincerely hope that at the end of this book, you will have realized the power and necessity of remaining steadfast, motivated, and unshakable in your pursuits of your goals. To achieve that though, you will need to listen to every word with total concentration and focus on applying the secrets of perseverance to your life.
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- Anonymous User
An excellent program, with good advice. The terms 'grit' and 'gritty" gets a bit annoying though, be great if you could do Find and Replace All with a normal English word.
In the week since I have read the book I have seen my efficiency increase at work by about ten percent which is saying something because I was already efficient. My only complaint was I wish I would have stumbled upon this book about ten or fifteen years ago