Monday Morning Choices, David Cottrell
David Cottrell

Monday Morning Choices

132 printed pages
Learn to make the right decisions to achieve greater success
Each of us has a different idea of success. Whether you strive for money, power, happiness, or love, your personal choices, the actions you take, and the relationships you choose to invest time and energy in, will determine whether you reach your goals. Internationally recognized leadership coach David Cottrell will show you how to make the right choices, even when they’re hard.
There are character choices that define the person you will be on the road to success. Cottrell shows you how to make The No-Victim Choice to overcome roadblocks, and The Integrity Choice, to listen to your gut and do the right thing, even when it’s not the easiest thing to do.
There are action choices you make to continue on your path to success. The Persistence Choice encourages you to bounce back from failure and learn lessons that will lead to your future success. The Do-Something Choice lets you to stop dreaming and start doing the things that will make you happy and successful.
Finally, you make investment choices about the people you spend time with and develop relationships with. The Relationship Choice teaches you to invest your time in other successful people in order to contribute to your own future success.
Learn to make all these choices and many more in Monday Morning Choices, and find yourself on the fast track to success!
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Their personal goals and professional goals are so vivid in their minds that they realize the result they will accomplish is well worth the price of a difficult choice.
Successful people have just as hard a time making difficult choices as everyone else. The difference is that they persevere. They realize there is often great reward for those difficult choices. Their personal goals and professional goals are so vivid in their minds that they realize the result they will accomplish is well worth the price of a difficult choice.
For instance, do you think the salesperson who earns $250,000 a year has five times the intellect or the ability of the salesperson earning $50,000 a year selling the same product in a similar territory? Does the $250,000-a-year salesperson work five times as hard?
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