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Bernard Gittelson - How to make your own luck


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ISBN: Ostalo
Godina izdanja: 1994
Jezik: Engleski
Autor: Strani

Bernard Gittelson - How to make your own luck
Dunleith books, 1994. godine na 237. strana.

Knjiga je dobro ocuvana.


The secret of turning everyday opportunities into power and personal success

Bernard Gittelson tells you in “How to make your own luck” that How to go after what you want, How to recognize and change the negative attitudes that may be holding you back, How to get started-where and how to find money-making and luck making ideas, What steps you must take to turn your dreams of achievement into reality, How to develop a “power network” and get people to push your luck for you. Author’s own story proves that his success formula can work again and again.


Bernard promises to readers of this book, by saying: “you can succeed in your fifties, sixties, eighties even if you’re only in your teens, In spite of physical handicap, lack of education or training, Even though you think you have no special influence or important contacts, Even though you have failed many times before or if you have never worked before in your life. Condition is only one “Begin today to harness your opportunities and find your own power and personal success.” This book gives you practical answers to following questions like;

What’s wrong with your life?
What do you want out of life?
What’s holding you back?
What sort of person are you?
What have you done so far?
What are you doing now?

Author likes the definition of ‘Luck’ given by Webster’s: “A force that brings good fortune or adversity; the events or circumstances that operate for or against an individual.” And out of this definition, he has used two key words “force” and “events or circumstance” in multiple examples given in this book. I personally like the “Rule Number 9” which says: “Built-in success forces are at work from the moment you get a luck making idea and start doing something about it. Begin today to harness your opportunities and find your own power and personal success.

Ako osoba nije iz Beograda, moguce je slanje knjige postom kao preporucene tiskovine o trosak kupca. Slanje Post Express-om je takodje izvodljivo uz pristanak kupca na njihove uslove.Licno preuzimanje na adresi koju dobijete od kupindo/limundo tima, ukoliko se ne dogovorimo drugacije.

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Bernard Gittelson - How to make your own luck
Dunleith books, 1994. godine na 237. strana.

Knjiga je dobro ocuvana.


The secret of turning everyday opportunities into power and personal success

Bernard Gittelson tells you in “How to make your own luck” that How to go after what you want, How to recognize and change the negative attitudes that may be holding you back, How to get started-where and how to find money-making and luck making ideas, What steps you must take to turn your dreams of achievement into reality, How to develop a “power network” and get people to push your luck for you. Author’s own story proves that his success formula can work again and again.


Bernard promises to readers of this book, by saying: “you can succeed in your fifties, sixties, eighties even if you’re only in your teens, In spite of physical handicap, lack of education or training, Even though you think you have no special influence or important contacts, Even though you have failed many times before or if you have never worked before in your life. Condition is only one “Begin today to harness your opportunities and find your own power and personal success.” This book gives you practical answers to following questions like;

What’s wrong with your life?
What do you want out of life?
What’s holding you back?
What sort of person are you?
What have you done so far?
What are you doing now?

Author likes the definition of ‘Luck’ given by Webster’s: “A force that brings good fortune or adversity; the events or circumstances that operate for or against an individual.” And out of this definition, he has used two key words “force” and “events or circumstance” in multiple examples given in this book. I personally like the “Rule Number 9” which says: “Built-in success forces are at work from the moment you get a luck making idea and start doing something about it. Begin today to harness your opportunities and find your own power and personal success.
30134753 Bernard Gittelson - How to make your own luck

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