The Winning Helix: The Art of Learning and Manifesting Your True Potential

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REVISED EDITION. The Winning Helix. A new and intriguing perspective to successful action and learning. Have you heard the attractive call of victory? Deep inside you, do you have the feeling that you have the potential for excellence and winning achievements? Do you know that you can take your skill to higher levels of performance? This book will help you to form a framework for successful learning - a process that combines action and learning in a new, exciting way. Using the DNA-doublehelix as a metaphor, the ...
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Overview

REVISED EDITION. The Winning Helix. A new and intriguing perspective to successful action and learning. Have you heard the attractive call of victory? Deep inside you, do you have the feeling that you have the potential for excellence and winning achievements? Do you know that you can take your skill to higher levels of performance? This book will help you to form a framework for successful learning - a process that combines action and learning in a new, exciting way. Using the DNA-doublehelix as a metaphor, the book shows that peak performance and 'zero' performance - growth and transition - are parts of the same continuum of success and important elements on the endeavor to reach new, fascinating levels of skill. This book helps you to create the element of winning in your action-learning process and to mobilize your energy to meet the challenges that you encounter on your way to new heights of skill and optimal experience. The book serves individuals and teams as well as organizations and coaches to create a system for continuous and successful learning and growth. The authors, Cristina Andersson and Collin Hansen, are professional teachers and coaches. Their personal experience and introspective study enlivens the book with an interesting and intimate recital, giving an example of how the theory can be put into practice.
Testimony: "In business, as in life, winning isn't a matter of life or death, it is far more important than that. Most businesses fail because its leadership and management play not to lose, rather than to win. Winning doesn't mean trampling over the bodies of your opposition, rather it means developing, preparing and manifesting an attitude to achieve your true potential. Winning is a combination of an art and a science. The art is developing the proper mental attitude; the science is developing the learning skills that are so essential to manifesting the winning attitude and making it part of your DNA.

Cristina Andersson, in her book The Winning Helix, takes you on a journey of discovery of defining the DNA of a winning attitude, the science of an action-learning process and how to mobilize the energy to apply these techniques to achieve your objective. As one reader commented "Winning is an episode of learning. An episode , where with the help of difficulties and obstacles and after a physical, spiritual or social struggle a person manages to surpass their limits." To be a winner in life and/or business one has to constantly train as any championship athlete. The Winning Helix is the training manual that lays out the roadmap to winning at everything to which you aspire.

As the book takes you though the winning process you become intimately involved with the author as she allows you to overhear the conversations she had with her coach and mentor as she developed into a professional operatic singer that has entertained heads of state. The techniques described are so efficiently presented that Silver Fox Venture Partners makes the book required reading for anyone before we invest in them." - Dr. Gerry Lemberg, Chairman, Silver Fox Venture Partners

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  • ISBN-13: 9780976968924
  • Publisher: Free Educational Publications Int'l, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/1/2006
  • Pages: 196
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.42 (d)

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