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The Paradigm of Success

Your guide to personal success

by John Frame

£1.99

Paperback
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ISBN: 9781785380402
  • Word Count19,435
  • Page Count70
  • Illustrations2 Colour Diagrams

Personal success comes from taking positive action. Yet not everyone is able to take positive action and therefore they fail to meet their potential in life. Why is that? What is it that stops people from being as sucecssful as they could be? I believe I have the answer to these questions and it is all to do with Paradigms. This is because there is a direct correlation between our paradigms and how we act and behave. By changing our paradigms we immediately change the way we think and act. And because we attract to ourselves what we think about, it is essential we think about, dream about and envision our future. Our paradigms attract what is required to achieve our visions and what make us successful. The Paradigm of Success sets out a journey towrads success through having a powerful visionenergised by action that is synergised by a strong sense of ‘why’ and ‘belief’ which are framed by the paradigms. It is a journey of incremental learning that when applied may empower us to make a positive difference in our own lives and in the lives of others.

About the Author

John was born in Salisbury, Rhodesia. (Harare, Zimbabwe). His schooling gave him a solid educational grounding with early lessons on the best and worst in human behaviours. Having achieved a Bachelor of Commerce at Rhodes University in the Republic of South Africa majoring in Accounting, Business Administration and Commercial Law, John was invited to undertake an Honours Degree in Accounting. After serving several years with the Rhodesian Air Force during the Rhodesian civil war, he trained as a Chartered Accountant with Price Waterhouse in Zimbabwe and Australia before working as the Finance executive for the first Australian billionaire entrepreneur and then in varying finance and director roles in the Finance, Venture Capital, Information Technology, Biotechnology and seniors care industries where he applied his expertise in corporate finance, governance, ASX listing, business management and strategic planning. During this period he raised capital, restructured and divested businesses. He presently works in a finance executive role, is a non-executive director on a private equity company board, presents on measuring strategy success, strategic risk mapping, the power of paradigms and the power of vision.John has a strong focus on his family and lives in Australia.