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Get a GRIP on Your Dream---12 Ways to Squeeze More Success Out of Your Goals
Quality Paperback, 144 pp
To give you an idea of how the GRIP system works, picture yourself as a batter in a baseball game. You step up to the plate and your immediate goal is to get on first. From there you'll risk your way to second. Then you'll initiate your way to third. And finally, you'll persist and score a home run.
In business, as well as in life, many people try to score before they even reach first base. Many get caught stealing second when they take dangerous chances instead of making calculated risks. And far too many people try to hit a home run instead of simply hitting the ball solidly and getting on base. And rather than achieving that goal, they usually strike out.
The GRIP System will help distributors understand that Goal-setting is a link to purpose and passion. Risk-making is a learning experience. Initiating is a method to adapt or adjust to change. And Persisting is required for them to move on to a leadership role, while continuously improving.
GRIP is a process, a system and a tool your distributors can use to squeeze more success out of their goals. Peter has developed a system that has four distinct and well-linked parts which he helps the reader progressively master. They include:
Go higher than you ever thought you could. These four essential pitons will enable you to scale the most challenging "mountains" imaginable. You'll also be empowered to climb more confidently, and with greater speed.
In addition to more sure footed climbing, you'll be equipped to reach out and set the stage of your life, more completely than ever before. Be like a grip on a movie set and gain more control over how your future looks. Move the lights, camera, and scenery for the best illumination and illustration of the scenes in your life.
Use this book to rise to new levels of success, for a happier, more prosperous and fulfilling life.
"When you get to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on."
-Franklin D. Roosevelt