Thursday, April 3, 2014

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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