Identity by Stedman Graham
Your Passport to Success

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Features a foreword by John Maxwell and afterword from Steven R. Covey.


Have you ever thought about the connection between knowing who you are and success? Identity can serve as your greatest asset. Enduringly successful people know who they are, are clear about what matters to them, have established powerful identities, and create value in the world.


In this book, the process for discovering and understanding your identity is brought to life through Stedman Graham's personal experiences and the stories of individuals who've resolved their questions of identity, building a life that matters to themselves and those around them.


Take control of who you are. Take control of your life. Achieve lasting success.


Now a Wall Street Journal bestseller!


About Stedman Graham

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Stedman Graham is Chairman and CEO of S. Graham & Associates, a management, marketing, and consulting firm based in Chicago, Illinois. Graham speaks, conducts seminars, and develops programs for businesses and educational organizations worldwide. He is the author of ten books, including two New York Times bestsellers, You Can Make It Happen--A Nine-Step Plan for Success and Teens Can Make It Happen--Nine Steps to Success , which illustrate his proprietary Nine-Step Success Process, a life management and learning system that teaches you how to organize your personal and professional life around your identity. Also featuring contributions from Stewart Emery and Russ Hall.
Published February 21, 2012 by FT Press. 222 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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