Book Review Feed the Good Dog Making the Choice to SUCCEED
By Paul McCabe Reviewed by Catherine Pulsifer
The choice to succeed isn't just about one pearl of wisdom, or just one strategy. Instead, the choice to succeed is about combining all the necessary ingredients in the right way and at the right time. Feed The Good Dog by Paul McCabe gives everyone the right ingredients to make their own success a reality.
book isn't rocket science - it's good common sense orchestrated with clarity so that from teenager to corporate executive it makes sense and is practical. Paul is able to combine the wisdom of the past into a path to the future. In the course of his book, Paul identifies and describes 7 key strategies to move you to success. You can learn from his writings, his own life examples, and his strategies. If you want to be more, have more, I highly recommend getting your hands on a copy as soon as you can.
Some of our Favorite
Quotes from Feed the Good Dog:
"You're a doer, because you're prepared to make the necessary effort to translate your dream into action."
"Everyone has the right, the means, and the responsibility to succeed on their own terms."
"There isn't a single one of us who hasn't harvested either the positive or negative effects of a simple choice of behavior."
"Although the responsibility to succeed ultimately lies with the individual, success isn't all about self. It's also about how you deal with other people."
"Seek out those who are in the process of blossoming, people who've got something to teach you, and you will find yourself growing through osmosis. Negativity breeds negativity. Avoid it, or you'll find yourself knee deep in it."
"Everything that exists is created first in the imagination, and secondly in reality, through activity."
"The beauty of lifelong learning is that everything's a work-in-progress, and improvement is incremental. Remember, we're not aiming for perfection. Rather, we are focusing on progress."
"If we strive to work together imaginatively and unselfishly, we will be helping to achieve each other's personal goals, and the combined legacy that we leave as a result will be brighter and more valuable than any of us could have achieved unilaterally."
"Ungrateful people breed negativity. No one gets any pleasure from giving to an ungrateful person. When you show appreciation, the object of your attention blossoms and flourishes."