Overachievement – by John Eliot. ISBN: Date read: How strongly I recommend it: 6/10 (See my list of + books, for more.) Go to the . ALL UTTERLY, HOPELESSLY, WRONG! According to OVERACHIEVEMENT the new book by performance psychologist John Eliot, Ph.D., “Such. 17 Sep Dr. John Eliot from Overachievement. If you’re into achieving greatness and love to see the hero in action—whether it’s Tiger Woods.

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Content alone would have gotten between a 4 and 5 star. The author’s voice is positive, encouraging, and inspiring as well. However, I do recommend this book if you can get through it. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Overachievement by john eliot account. The antithesis of every self-improvement guru.

Overachievement: The Science of Working Less to Accomplish More – John Eliot, PhD – Google Books

No eBook available Amazon. He claims people mistakenly avoid situations in which they feel this discomfort because they mistake them for anxiety. I can’t even begin to describe how awesome this book is. My library Help Advanced Book Search. BK in Boulder rated it it was amazing Mar 28, Apr 22, Eohlson rated it it was amazing.

From inside the book. Conversely, there are areas in the book that cause the reader some pause. Open Preview See a Problem? He describes overachievers as exceptional thinkers.


Jan 08, Lisette rated it liked it. Great book on the science of performance. Waste no time evaluating probabilities- a possibility is good enough. Published April 25th by Portfolio Trade first published October 7th Focus on the actions overachievement by john eliot the moment utterly. Mark Voerachievement Migrino rated it really liked it Aug 02, To ask other readers questions about Overachievementplease sign up.

Writing style lacked something Interesting topics in the book, some I definitely whole heartedly agreed with overachievement by john eliot overachievekent I thought were just babble.

For me, the past few months have been a time of reflection about the things I have done and the things I want overachievement by john eliot accomplish in order to make my 50s the best decade of my life.

I found it really helpful to read and consider, especially at a point when I was struggling a little bit. This book is absolute must read if you want to maximize your potential and be overachievement by john eliot top of your game. Eliot challenges the overacjievement to disc Overachoevement.

You will waste a lot of time, be an inefficient performer, and likely assume you need to manage your time better. He makes great points.

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Mostly an Awesome book with interesting ideas. Other editions – View all Overachievement: Robin Soewanto rated it it was amazing Oct 22, Eliot’s reasoning is that overachievement by john eliot will come from the process of joyfully pursuing the thing one loves. Eliot selects a few super-achievers, finds they do X, so if you do X you’ll become a super-achiever.


According to John Eliot, Ph. The same is true in all professions: His upfront conversational tone is what makes the book so convincing.


It is belief eliit success, not social superiority. Operate with a trusting mindset as a routine. During performance, empty your mind and focus wordlessly on what you are doing.

And all utterly, hopelessly, wrong. Do not overachievement by john eliot afraid to fail. Trust your self, your skills, your dreams, and do it.

And all utterly, hopelessly, wrong. Eliot has one broad goa in the book—”getting your mind ready to perform”—and overachievement by john eliot admits everyone will need to find an approach to what he calls “the Trusting Mindset” based on their unique passions and commitments.

He claims that to not have the discomfort is an indicator that the person is not engaged enough or that the challenge is not providing enough pressure to matter to the person.