Eight Focus Areas For Achieving Continual Improvement

In addition to your 2016 New Year's resolution and the goal that you've either accomplished so far or are still working on, add reading The School of Greatness to your "to do" list. It's a highly uplifting and motivational book on how to strive for greatness in your everyday life.

Specifically, author Lewis Howes, shares his progression of a series of lessons -- eight areas that help you focus on continual improvement:
  1. Create a vision.
  2. Turn adversity into advantage.
  3. Cultivate a champion's mindset.
  4. Develop hustle.
  5. Master your body.
  6. Practice positive habits.
  7. Build a winning team.
  8. Be of service to others.
Packed with exercises, tools, tips and examples, the book makes for a perfect read at the start of the new year.


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