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Flip Side Break Free of the Behaviors That Hold You Back

ISBN-10: 0446581321
ISBN-13: 9780446581325
Edition: 2008
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Description: Flip Flippen is a personable Texan whose philosophy has changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people--from business leaders like Jack Welch and Mark McCormack (founder of IMG), to sports figures like Terry Bradshaw and NASCAR drivers, to the  More...

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Book details

List price: $16.00
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Little Brown & Company
Publication date: 6/10/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.770
Language: English

Flip Flippen is a personable Texan whose philosophy has changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people--from business leaders like Jack Welch and Mark McCormack (founder of IMG), to sports figures like Terry Bradshaw and NASCAR drivers, to the 150,000 people who trained with his company, The Flippen Group, in 2005. His approach is deceptively simple: What if, instead of focusing on the things you already do well, you knew how to honestly identify your weaknesses...those habitual behaviors that continually get in your way and prevent you from ever really succeeding in the way you know you could. It's these weaknesses, your "personal constraints," that are really holding you back from success. If you could correct these behaviors, you'd see a dramatic surge in productivity and a real improvement in all aspects of your life. That's the key to Flip Flippen's program: he teaches hundreds of thousands of people each year how to identify their personal obstacles and take the necessary steps to overcome them. The vast majority of Flip's trainees are in midlife. These are people who find themselves asking, "How can I accomplish more in my life, both personally and professionally?" and "How can I get better/go further/be happier in the time I have left?" His Personal Constraint Theory helps them zero in on their primary self-sabotaging behavior and actually turn it into their greatest asset.

Introduction
How to Use This Book
Understanding Personal Constraints
Something Is Holding You Back
The Foundations of OPC
The Five Laws of Personal Constraints
Overview: The Top 10 Killer Constraints
Identifying Personal Constraints What's Your Personal Constraint?
Killer Constraint #1: Bulletproof (Overconfident)
Killer Constraint #2: Ostriches (Low Self-Confidence)
Killer Constraint #3: Marshmallows (Overly Nurturing)
Killer Constraint #4: Critics (Too Demanding, Nitpicky, or Harsh)
Killer Constraint #5: Icebergs (Low Nurturing)
Killer Constraint #6: Flatliners (Low Passion, Vision, or Drive)
Killer Constraint #7: Bulldozers (Overly Dominant)
Killer Constraint #8: Turtles (Resistant to Change)
Killer Constraint #9: Volcanoes (Aggressive, Angry)
Killer Constraint #10: Quick Draw (Low Self-Control, Impulsive)
Overcoming Personal Constraints
Building Your TrAction Plan
Constraints Are Personal: My Story
Personal-Constraint Combinations
OPC Starts at Home
OPC in the Workplace
Personal Constraints and Culture
Listening to What Others Say: The Power of Honest Feedback
Conclusion: Raised in Captivity
Next Steps
Acknowledgments
Index

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