In Success Trap, Dr. Stan Katz, an eminent Beverly Hills psychologist, shows you how to create a personal philosophy of success, one based not on the expectations of society, which so often distort our perceptions of what we want, but on a careful examination of your real character and needs. If your idea of success is presiding over a shareholders' meeting, flashing your smile on the cover of a national magazine, or showing off your perfect family, you might be trapped by your ambitions. As Dr. Katz shows in this compassionate, thought-provoking study, these measures of success are limited and limiting—if you accept them unthinkingly. What we all need is an internal measure of success, a firm idea of what it takes, not to be considered successful by others, but to feel successful ourselves.
This revolutionary book proposes nothing less than a new definition of success, a new philosophy of life, and a realistic path to fulfillment and happiness.
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