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Contents Introduction 1 Develop What It Takes to Make Things Happen Assume Responsibility, Initiate Action, Accept the Consequences 2 Make the Most of Who You Are Understand Yourself, Accept Yourself, Be Yourself 3 Sharpen Your Thinking Skills See Beyond the Obvious, Pay Attention to Your Surroundings, Anticipate Consequences and Outcomes 4 Be the Kind of Person Others Want to Be Around Value Feelings, Treat Others with Dignity, Be an Encourager 5 Break the Chains of Mindless Routine Exercise Your Imagination, Turn Failures and Mistakes into Lessons, Rise above Mediocrity 6 Become an Effective Learner and Continue Learning Be Curious, Reflect on Your Observations, Expose Your Mind to New Ideas 7 Master the Art of Self-Discipline Assess your Actions Honestly, Cause Your Emotions to Work for You, Learn to Make Favorable Impressions 8 Act with Integrity Know Good from Evil, Right from Wrong, Defeat Self-Centeredness, Pursue the Good and Right Wholeheartedly 9 Be of Service to Others Rise Above Indifference, Have an Ultimate Concern that Goes Beyond Your Self, Serve Others Generously Bibliography Index
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Work -- Psychological aspects.