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Book review on u can win by shiv khera

  1. 1. BY: Amit Singh
  2. 2. ABOUT THE AUTHOR SHIV KHERA is the founder of qualified learning systems Inc. USA. An educator ,business consultant, much sought- after speaker and successful entrepreneur Shiv wears many hats. This book is more than largest international best seller over all of world 1,000,000 copies sold in eight languages. He is inspires and informs people ,helping them to realize their true potential. He has taken his dynamic personal messages to opposite sides of the globe from the U.S. To Singapore and to India. His common sense approach and deeply held beliefs have motivated countless thousands to re-evaluate their attitudes. His 20 years of research ,understanding and experience has helped people the path of personal growth and fulfilment. His punch line is – “WINNERS DON’T’S DO DIFFERENT THINGS THEY DO THINGS DIFFERENTLY”
  3. 3. ATTITUDE Attitude issue
  4. 4. STEPS FOR BUILDING POSITIVE ATTITUDE Step1: Change focus – look for the positive Step 2: Make a habit of doing it now Step 3: Develop an attitude of gratitude Step 4: Get into a continuous education program Step 5: Build a positive self-esteem Step 6: Stay away from negative influences
  5. 5. STEPS FOR BUILDING POSITIVE ATTITUDE Step 7: Learn to like the things that need to be done – Step 8: Start your day with a positive
  6. 6. WINNER V/S LOSER Winner Loser The Winner is always part of the answer; The Loser is always part of the problem. The Winner always has a program; The Loser always has an excuse. The Winner says, "Let me do it for you"; The Loser says, "That is not my job." The Winner sees an answer for every problem; The Loser sees a problem for every answer. When a Winner makes a mistake, he says, "I was wrong"; When a Loser makes a mistake, he says, "It wasn't my fault." A Winner makes commitments; A Loser makes promises. Winners say, "I must do something"; Losers say, "Something must be done."
  7. 7. QUALITIES THAT MAKE A PERSON SUCCESSFUL Desire- Commitment-  Responsibility- Hard Work- Character- Positive Believing Give more than you get Persistence Pride of performance Be Willing to Be a  
  10. 10. STEPS FOR BUILDING POSITIVE SELF-ESTEEM  Learn Intelligent Ignorance  Do Something for Others Who Cannot Repay You in Cash or Kind  Learn to Give and Receive Compliments  Accept responsibility    
  11. 11. STEPS FOR BUILDING A POSITIVE PERSONALITY  Set Goals  Associate with People of High Moral Character  Become Internally Driven, Not Externally Driven  Develop a Mindset That Brings Happiness  Have patience
  12. 12. STEPS FOR BUILDING A POSITIVE PERSONALITY  Step 1: Accept Responsibility  Step 2: Consideration  Step 3: Think win-win  Step 4: Choose Your Words Carefully  Step 5: Don’t criticize & complain  Step 6: Smile & be kind  Step 7: Put Positive Interpretation on Other People's Behavior  Step 8: Be a good listener  Step 9: Be Enthusiastic
  13. 13. STEPS FOR BUILDING A POSITIVE PERSONALITY  Step 10: Give Honest and Sincere Appreciation  Step 11: When We Make a Mistake, We Should Accept It immediately and Willingly  Step 12: When the Other Person Realizes and Admits That He Has Made a Mistake, Congratulate Him and Give Him a Way Out to Save Face  Step 13: Discuss But Don't Argue  Step 14: Don't Gossip  Step 15: Turn Your Promises into Commitments
  14. 14. STEPS FOR BUILDING A POSITIVE PERSONALITY  Step 16: Be Grateful But Do Not Expect Gratitude  Step 17: Be Dependable and Practice Loyalty  Step 18: Avoid Bearing Grudges. Forgive and Forget  Step 19: Practice Honesty, Integrity, and Sincerity  Step 20: Practice humility  Step 21: Be understanding & caring
  15. 15. STEPS FOR BUILDING A POSITIVE PERSONALITY  Step 22: Practice courtesy on daily basis  Step 23: Develop a Sense of Humor  Step 24: Don't Be Sarcastic and Put Others Down  Step 25: To Have a Friend, Be a Friend  Step 26: Show Empathy
  16. 16. An easy to read, practical, common-sense approach that will take you from ancient wisdom to contemporary thinking, You Can Win helps you dispel confusion in daily life and clarify values. The book helps you evaluate if you are going through life out of inspiration (playing to win) or desperation (playing not to lose). It translates positive thinking into attitude, ambition and action that brings in the winning edge