Table of contents for Are you your own worst enemy? : the nine inner strengths you need to overcome self-defeating tendencies at work / Charles E. Watson and Thomas A. Idinopulos.

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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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Organizational behavior.
Self-management (Psychology).
Emotional intelligence.
Work -- Psychological aspects.