Win the World

Durand, Dave
November 2008
Leadership Excellence;Nov2008, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p3
The author talks about the achievement of one's dreams and reaching one's potential in order to gain success within the limits of morality. According to him, pursuing success at all costs may end up depressed or lonely, but it does not have to end that way for many people gain success in their relationships and finances without experiencing those negativity due to their ethics. In addition, one can attain success and sustain entirety by doing the right thing, and by being focused on what one would like to gain can quicken the path to success, he says.


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