Monday, November 28, 2011

Common Denominators for Success by Kenny J. Anderson

For centuries people have searched for the underlying elements of lasting success that would produce results in every aspect of life. Kenny J. Anderson has devoted 20 years of research to uncover these 7 Formulas, in his book Common Denominators For Success.

Whether you are looking to pursue a lifelong goal, increase your ability to connect with others, be in optimal health, maximize your use time and money, increase the profitability of your company, or create a dynamic workplace, these seven timeless principles will uncover the answers that will allow you to reach your potential and turn your personal and professional ambitions into reality.

Ordinary people throughout all eras of time, have achieved extraordinary results as they have applied these seven powerful formulas, but now is the time for you to live your dreams and get the results you want.

This book contains seven different principles for how to live a successful life. It teaches you step by step how to attain what you need personally in order to live to your fullest potential and be happy.

Though most of this book is just plain old good sense, the manner in which it's presented gives you something to think about. Sometimes the most logical answers are the ones we ignore most repeatedly.

I've read a lot of self-help books in my lifetime. This is the first time that I've actually been moved to pull out a notebook and put the knowledge I was gaining to use. Most of the reason this book affected me is that I clearly agree with Anderson's attitude regarding life. Instead of him showing me a new way to look at life, I'm finding a new way to organize it.

Regardless of which stage of life you're in, there's something valuable in this book for you. Everyone excels at something and lacks in another area. These core concepts, as well as the abstract teachings and uplifting examples, will show you how to balance your life so that you excel in every area.

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The old grey donkey, Eeyore stood by himself in a thistly corner of the Forest, his front feet well apart, his head on one side, and thought about things. Sometimes he thought sadly to himself, "Why?" and sometimes he thought, "Wherefore?" and sometimes he thought, "Inasmuch as which?" and sometimes he didn't quite know what he was thinking about.

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