The Success Process Handbook
Where does success come from? How does it start, and where does it take us? In the mind how does it build up confidence? What exactly are the borders of what we describe as success? Author Tony Fielek suggests that we really need to take a deeper look at the questions surrounding this elusive subject.
In his introduction, Fielek offers a tantalizing vision of what he sets out to do in his new book, The Success Process Handbook. He expounds on this topic in the subtitle, A Thinking Person’s Guide to Interpersonal Relationships. And he is right on target.
Although he lays out a simple path to follow to attain insight and a footing, in reality he improvises on familiar events most of us are aware of and builds on them. In this pursuit, he uncovers ways we can use our creativeness and natural resources and intuition to maximize our success in ways that we don’t always think of. In The Five Hallmarks of Control chapter, these cast power in the cornerstone of your success campaign. This mode of thinking is echoed all through the book.
Even though the book is a little thin on volume, these 53 pages are packed with pinpoint advice that directs the reader to action, making the text a very useful reference. The book flows nicely, only stopping to identify details that highlight the chapters’ main points. The author claims that his program addresses the nature of how to influence key people in the pursuit of success. It would be more satisfying to have been able to learn more about the background of the author. In this way, the reader could glean insight into what motivates the writer in the man. Still, the book is easy reading, providing a resource for successful relationships. I recommend this book for a step in the right direction.
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