By Jim Loehr
Attaining big goals won't make you happier if all you're ultimately pursuing is personal glory. Yet our individualist culture lures many of us into that trap. In the best indictment of the self-esteem movement I've read in years, Loehr, a psychologist who has coached top performers, from tennis legend Andre Agassi to elite execs, shows how to build the self-control, discipline, and character that drive meaningful achievement.
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