The Achievement Habit

The Achievement Habit
The Achievement Habit
The Achievement Habit:   First of all,  the co-founder of the Stanford d. school introduces the power of design thinking.
This is to help you achieve goals you never thought possible.

In addition,  achievement can be learned.  It is a muscle, and once you learn how to flex it, you will be able to meet all of
life’s challenges and fulfil your goals, Bernard Roth, Academic Director at the Stanford d. school contends.

In The Achievement Habit, the author Roth applies the remarkable insights that stem from design thinking.
This was previously used to solve large scale projects to help us realize the power for positive change we all have within us.

Roth leads us through a series of discussions, stories, recommendations, and exercises designed to help us create a
different experience in our lives.   He shares invaluable insights we can use to gain confidence to do what we have always wanted and overcome obstacles that hamper us from reaching our potential, including:

Do not try—  DO;
Excuses are self-defeating;
Believe you are a doer and achiever and you WILL become one;
Build resiliency by reinforcing what you do rather than what you accomplish;
Learn to ignore distractions that prevent you from achieving your goals;
Become open to learning from your own experience and from those around you;
And much much more.

The brain is complex and is always working with our egos to sabotage our best intentions.
We can be mindful and we can create habits that make our lives better.
Thoughtful and powerful The Achievement Habit shows you how.

About the Author   –   Bernard Roth
Bernard Roth is the Rodney H. Adams Professor of Engineering and the academic director of the Hasso Plattner
Institute of Design (the d.school) at Stanford University.

He is a leading expert in kinematics, the science of motion, and one of the world’s pioneers in the area of robotics.
In addition, he has created courses that allow students to directly gain understanding and experience about personal
issues that matter to them.

Bernard  is also the primary developer of the concept of the Creativity Workshop.
For more than thirty years this workshop has been a vehicle for him to take the experiential teaching he developed at Stanford to students, faculty, and professionals around the world.

He is an in-demand speaker at conferences and workshops globally.
He has served as a director of several corporations, and has been a leader in professional societies.
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