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Dan Sullivan and Catherine Nomura address the need for continuous personal growth, and show you how to lead a more fulfilling personal and work life. They provide encouragement, buttressed by personal stories about people who have faced the challenges or made the personal discoveries described in each chapter. The authors tell you how to live life with an inquiring mind and a desire to serve others. They offer 10 "laws" you can use to measure your success by assessing the ways you benefit others. If you need help making this constant journey at your own speed, slip this small book into your briefcase and consult it along the way. getAbstract recommends this quick read to stimulate your desire to accomplish great things.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How to use 10 laws to foster continuous personal growth;
  • How growth can contribute to greater personal happiness and fulfillment; and
  • How people who want to grow can change the world.

About the Authors

Experienced planner and coach Dan Sullivan is the co-founder and president of a coaching firm. He wrote The Great Crossover, How the Best Get Better, The D.O.S. Conversation and The 21st Century Agent. Catherine Nomura has spent more than 10 years coaching and consulting. She is co-author of Unique Ability: Creating the Life You Want and editor of The Quotable Dan Sullivan.



The 10 Laws
Human beings need to grow in order to achieve a sense of fulfillment, meaning and happiness. But you stop growing when you live in the past, and dwell on unpleasant experiences or missed opportunities. To find insight and a new way of looking at life, you must break your current...

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    Maria Silva 3 years ago
    Great book. knowledge is not power. is not what you know it is what you do. immediate gratification. if you want more you have to want to become more.

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