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Who would like to make life the best experience? Who would like to achieve success and happiness? What does it really take to be a successful and happy person? What sets them apart from the rest of the crowd? Is there a secret formula, or just hard work? Can we become winners in this society where everyone has different circumstances, conditions, and backgrounds? In this book Julio Yacub will uncover the keys of success to reach peak performance at work, at home, and to accomplish your goals and dreams, mindset of a winner. Here also you will identify the traits of a critical thinker, how to …mehr

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Who would like to make life the best experience? Who would like to achieve success and happiness? What does it really take to be a successful and happy person? What sets them apart from the rest of the crowd? Is there a secret formula, or just hard work? Can we become winners in this society where everyone has different circumstances, conditions, and backgrounds? In this book Julio Yacub will uncover the keys of success to reach peak performance at work, at home, and to accomplish your goals and dreams, mindset of a winner. Here also you will identify the traits of a critical thinker, how to make good decisions and learn how to apply them in every aspect of your life. Learn how to block distractions to maximize your concentration, learn how to make relationships work for you, and how to turn negative thoughts into positive ones. Enhance your love life learning how to control emotions. Find out how controllable stress can help you improve. Transform your daily personal life into a constant expression of kindness, love, and excitement.... .And discover what it takes to find real success and happiness, while reducing unwanted stress, to finally reach an eternally joyful and peaceful state of mind, just like the Mona Lisa's smile. "Life is an unanswered question, but let's still believe in the dignity and importance of the question." Tennessee Williams