Reinvention: How to Make the Rest of Your Life the Best of Your Life

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INDEX
ABCDE method, 180–181
abilities, 28
accepting responsibility, 19–20
accomplishments, 28, 84
action
purposeful, 21
taking, 58, 60–61, 93
action and reaction, law of, 38
action file, 192
action orientation, 170–171, 203–204
activities, in strategic planning, 78
Adams, George Matthew, on accomplishing almost anything, 10
adaptation, 9
admired people, 32
admired qualities, 33
advancement, see career advancement
“All I can do is all I can do,” 201
anger, 18
AOL, 104
appearance
and career advancement, 138–141
for job interview, 113–114
Apple Computer, 73
Aristotelian Principle of Causality, 38
Aristotle, 38
ascribed power, 169
asking
for advancement, 146–150
for more responsibility, 144
associations, 107, 160
attitude
positive, 136, 160
self-employed, 68–69, 83–84, 100–101, 127
attraction, law of, 41
audio programs, 163, 193–194
automobile industry, 4–5
balance, life, 201–203
Banfield, Edward, on long time perspective, 152
banks, 5
belief, law of, 39–40
benefits, employment, 122
Berra, Yogi, on road to anywhere, 36
Bible, 38
blame, 18
boss(es)
ideal, 89
qualities of good, 134–135
selecting, 133–134
bracketing, 121
brain, 10
branding, 73
breathing, 114
buggy manufacturing, 4
building a case, 147–150
business associations, 160
business goals, 45–46, 51
career
biggest successes of your, 29
goals for your, 45–46, 51
career advancement, 125–172
action orientation for, 170–171
asking for, 146–150
boss selection for, 133–136
as contest, 142–145
customer orientation for, 165–167
excellence orientation for, 164–165
future orientation for, 151–153
goal orientation for, 153–154
growth orientation for, 162
happiness test for, 130–131
idea orientation for, 158
industry/company selection for, 131–133
and integrity, 150–151
and lifelong learning, 162–163
mindstorming for, 158–159
opportunities for, 145–146
people orientation for, 159–161
positive attitude/image for, 136–141
power orientation for, 168–170
priorities for, 154–155
problem-solving method for, 156–157
profit orientation for, 167–168
results orientation for, 154
self-analysis for, 127–128
and self-employment attitude, 127
solution orientation for, 155–156
speed/dependability for, 145
teamwork for, 136–137
workaholic mentality for, 141–142
zero-based thinking for, 128–130

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