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Comments (1)

Bob-RJ Burkhart said

at 11:42 am on Nov 18, 2013

Author Bruce Dillman uses two mnemonics to explain his process: TARGET and RESULTS.
First, there is TARGET. It is focused on establishing your goals.
T -- Think of a result you want A -- Aim for a positive result R -- Refine the details G -- Get into it E -- Expand your team T -- Turn to key clues

Then: R -- Recognize and avoid traps E -- Establish resourceful attitudes S -- Support the process with mutual trust
U -- Use your clues L -- Loosen up - take another approach T -- Take yes for an answer S -- Step this way

Source-URL: Results on Target: Practical Steps to Improve Results and Avoid Traps :: http://www.amazon.es/.../dp/0944112129

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