Do Less, Achieve More: Discover The Hidden Power Of Giving In

October 17, 2000|
Do Less, Achieve More: Discover The Hidden Power Of Giving In by Chin-ning Chu
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For anyone tired of chasing ever–elusive desires, of doing more only to find that more needs doing, and of making more money only to need more money, best–selling author Chin–Ning Chu shows you that life was meant to be easy, if you know the secrets.

From the best–selling author of The Working Woman''s Art of War, comes an important and timely book about the side of success that most don''t know about 注e power of selective yielding, of surrendering to a successful destiny, and of getting what you want by not wanting it too much.

Using Carl Jung''s famous parable of the rainmaker as a framework, Chin–Ning Chu explains universal truths about the nature of effort, success, willpower, detachment, "creating luck," and more. Illustrating the four "secrets of the rainmaker" with rich anecdotes from history, personal experience, and popular culture, Ching–Ning explains how to create success by attaining inner harmony, how to partner effort with ease, how to make peace with time, and how to stop reacting and start restfully controlling the events of your life.

Chin-Ning Chu is the bestselling American author in Asia. She is the chairperson of the Strategic Learning Institute and the president of Asian Market-ing Consultants, Inc. Through her books, speeches, seminars, and tapes, she has touched millions of lives in over forty countries and counts a number of prestigious multinational corpora...
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Title:Do Less, Achieve More: Discover The Hidden Power Of Giving In
Format:Paperback
Product dimensions:224 pages, 7.5 X 5.25 X 0.51 in
Shipping dimensions:224 pages, 7.5 X 5.25 X 0.51 in
Published:October 17, 2000
Publisher:HarperCollins
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9780060988753

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