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How High Will You Climb? Originally published as: Your attitude. San Bernardino, Calif.: Here's Life Publishers, c1984.


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Shorter Re-Published Book 3 avril 2014
Par MasterAP - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
How High Will You Climb? by John Maxwell
Be forewarned, this book is simply an abridgment of an earlier Maxwell book, The Winning Attitude.

It's smaller, almost novella in size, but still contains everything you'd expect from a John Maxwell book.

There are four parts: The Consideration of Your Attitude, The Construction of Your Attitude, The Crashing of Your Attitude, and The Changing of Your Attitude. (See what he did there with the letter C?)

Filled with clever and humorous anecdotes, Maxwell has mastered the motivational/inspirational writing sphere.

Based on flying in a small airplane, you'll pull images into your own attitude for flying high instead of crash and burning. You'll see the elements from outside and from within that can contribute to a poor attitude and what a positive attitude can help you accomplish.

If you like Maxwell stuff and haven't read The Winning Attitude, you'll like this read. It's the perfect book to give a friend who needs an attitude adjustment.

This book was provided for review, at no cost, by Thomas Nelson Publishing.
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INSIGHTFUL, INSPIRING & INTERESTING! 1 avril 2014
Par the GreatReads! - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
How High Will You Climb? Determine Your Success by Cultivating the Right Attitude by John C. Maxwell is a condensed edition of his earlier book The Winning Attitude, first published almost 22 years ago. This repackaging of the hugely successful book is a boon to many readers as the author has presented "choice contents" in a new compact and concise form which will most definitely be welcomed by many readers.

This is a good book to read on the subject of attitude. While Maxwell is critical about people with a negative outlook, this book makes an attempt to help people have the right and positive attitude. It is in having a positive frame of mind that one can succeed in life. Negativity breeds failure. While the book may be far from perfect, it has to be remembered that by encouraging readers to reach their full potential and claim their place in the sun, Maxwell has done a commendable job in inspiring readers to bring out the best in them.

Read this book and be inspired to bring out the best in you!
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Fails to Captivate 24 mai 2014
Par johnnybgamer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Just as a farmer spends time and energy cultivating his fields a man needs to spend time cultivating his attitude. Pruning out the bad attitudes while meanwhile nourishing the good attitudes. John C. Maxwell's How High Will You Climb?, talks about steering the internal mental plane of attitude. No matter the turbulence we encounter, with God as our co-pilot, John reminds us, we are not alone on this adventure.

How High Will You Climb? features short, easy to digest chapters as well as Biblical and personal application. John does not shy away from sharing solid Biblical truth. But no matter how many times I tried to sit down and read this book, I couldn't manage to break into it. The hook isn't there. That is not to say that I didn't glean some nuggets in my readings:

"Remember, the difficulty really becomes a problem when we internalize unfortunate circumstances. Another thing to remember when the weather gets rough is that what really matters is what happens in us, not to us! When the external circumstances lead to wrong internal reactions, we really have problems." p60

In the end, I did not find How High Will You Climb? to be captivating. This is not a book I would recommend to friends or family.

I was given a copy of this book by BookLook Bloggers. All opinions are my own. I was not required to write a positive review.
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Solid guidance to a better attitude 17 mai 2014
Par Claudia Burrows - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
“Attitude is everything” or so they say. John C. Maxwell probably agrees. His book, How High Will You Climb, is subtitled “Determine Your Success by Cultivating the Right Attitude.” In aviation, your attitude determines your altitude. The attitude of the aircraft can be nose-up or nose-down and where the nose is pointed, the plane will follow. Correspondingly, if your personal attitude is nose-down, you’re probably not going to go anywhere but down.

How High Will You Climb is all about “looking up” for guidance and direction. What is attitude and why is it important? How was your present attitude formed? What are obstacles to a positive attitude, both within and without? How can I change my attitude? These are all questions answered in Maxwell’s book. He uses Biblical principles along with illustrative stories to guide the reader to the start of a journey towards having a better attitude. There are self-evaluation questions included in each chapter, and a study guide at the end of the book.

If you are serious about getting rid of your bad attitude or know someone who just needs to have some direction in how to begin changing theirs, this book is a good one. It isn’t too long and there are plenty of practical steps to begin that journey.

*I received a complementary copy of this book from Thomas Nelson in exchange for an honest review.*
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How High Will You Climb? 3 avril 2014
Par Michael Taylor - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
"How High Will You Climb" by John Maxwell is an updated version of "The Winning Attitude", another title by Maxwell that was published in 1993. Both titles appear to contain much of the same chapter headings and reading material. Some of the topics covered include:

1. 3 healthy attitudes Jesus had.
2. 7 statements about attitude.
3. 4 thing to remember when things get tough.
4. 3 storms that can destroy a good attitude.
5. Suggestions for preventing criticism from dragging you down.
6. 8 types of choices we make that can determine our attitudes.
7. 4 opportunities that can help you be successful.
8. Christians should not view life as negative.
9. We must decide to take a risk and act on the opportunities we have.
10. Ways God supports and strengthens us when we seek to change our attitude.

The title is around 130 pages, contains 14 chapters, and as mentioned, contains much of the same information that was in "The Winning Attitude". As with other Maxwell titles, the narrative flows smoothly and the content is easily understandable

A good read and helpful future reference.
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