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Take note of these rules and you'll soon be a Teflon-coated manager

" (Emma De Vita, Books Editor Management Today)

"Practical, thought-provoking and inspirational solutions so you can brush yourself off and come out with more confidence." (Marie Claire)

"A huge variety of case studies, interviews with psychologists, sports coaches and other trainers, and a dash of timeless input from some of the world's more ancient, but well proven, thinkers." (Personnel Today)

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Overcome any obstacle to win success at work

However good you are, there are always times you come under fire at work. But how do you turn a crisis into an opportunity, and make yourself bulletproof?

In Be Bulletproof, business trainers James and Simon Brooke reveal the top practical solutions for strengthening your resilience - so you can bounce back from every setback, rejection or criticism. You'll learn to be confident, positive and self-assured in the face of any office adversity.

Arm yourself against workplace hazards like:

harsh criticism and hostile colleagues

company politics and bad bosses

rejection and failure

redundancy or losing your job

and - dare we say it? - your own mistakes

This is an essential guide for anyone looking to get ahead in the warzone that is often the workplace.



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How to "create your own Mongol silk shirt or develop your own bulletproof vest" 2 octobre 2012
Par Robert Morris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The title of my review refers to James Brooke and Simon Brooke's discussion in the Introduction of two quite different means of self-protection, a silk shirt worn by Mongols and -- centuries later -- a bulletproof vest. In both instances, the impact of an arrow or a bullet is diffused by the protective surface. "Be Bulletproof provides a range of practical ways in which you can create your own version of the Mongols' silk shirts and the modern day 'soft vest.'" The Brookes studied centuries of "the wisdom of ancient thinkers" and lessons to be learned from them that have remained relevant during an extended period of time as the separate but related psychologies of self-defense and interactive communication evolved. Their purpose is to help prepare their readers to avoid or be protected from whatever "attacks" they may encounter in their workplace. "Think of this book as a way of constructing your own bulletproof jacket."

The Brookes agree with Sun Tzu and with von Clauswitz later -- and I agree with all four of them -- that it is far better to resolve minor issues when they emerge than to ignore or deny them until they become major crises. Those who achieve success have an advantage unrelated to IQ or natural talent: resilience. They cope effectively with all manner of setbacks. The Brookes share these observations by Carol Dweck, author of Mindset: The New Psychology of Success: "For the ones who simply figure that 'these are just harder problems, I just need to figure out how to do them,' their confidence remains high, their enjoyment of the [given] task remains high, and their performance gets better and better." More often than not, success (however defined) must be achieved [begin italics] despite [end italics] stiff resistance, formidable barriers, and perhaps even aggressive hostility. "Look at the biological details of most high achievers," the Brookes suggest. "Far from leading c insistently gilded lives, most of these people spent long periods in the wilderness...For many successful people, there is no epic incident. It is simply a case of turning life's day-to-day 'micro-aggression' into opportunities."

At this point, I need to emphasize that the Brookes are world-class pragmatists who are determined to find out what works, what doesn't, and why, then share what they have learned with as many people as possible. The material they share is research-driven, not theory-driven, although they are obviously knowledgeable about recent research that challenges well-entrenched assumptions about what the mind is and does, for example, and what motivates people to behave as they do. These are among the explanations they provide:

o How the bulletproof mind works
0 How to change one's mindset
o What "jujitsu communication" is as well as how and when to use it effectively
o How to handle toxic bosses and other "dementors"
o How to convert a rejection into a springboard (i.e. "lemons to lemonade")
o How to decontaminate toxic feedback and resist other assaults
o How to turn around failures and setbacks
o How to win in the face of politics and ostracism
o How to deliver feedback in a way that works
o What "bulletproof reinforcenent" is as well as how to obtain it and when to use it most effectively

And then in the last Chapter, the Brookes provide "The Bulletproof Toolkit -- 82 Ways to Br Bulletproof." Of course, the Brookes realize and fully understand why -- as Achilles did not -- no one can ever be fully protected by shirts, vests, etc. At best, their book can help substantially to improve one's chances for success, not only at work but also in all other areas of one's life. With all due respect to the value of the "82 ways," I think those who reads this book must accept the fact that they cannot control or even much of what happens to them but they [begin italics] can [end italics] assume full responsibly for how they respond, especially during "tough times."
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