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  • Published: 9 February 2012
  • ISBN: 9781448131716
  • Imprint: Virgin Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 304

Taming Tigers

Do things you never thought you could




A practical and proven approach to overcoming fear and doubt to tame the Tigers in your life

Everybody has a Tiger. It is the thing that snarls at us when we think about making a change in our lives and stops us developing and achieving our potential. In Taming Tigers Jim Lawless shares his proven and inspirational training programme to help you achieve your dreams by taming the Tigers in your life.Now for the first time, you can learn how to use these highly practical rules to overcome your fears and do things you never thought you could - in both your professional and private life.

1.Act boldly today - time is limited2.Re-write your rulebook - challenge it hourly3.Head in the direction of where you want to arrive, every day4.It's all in the mind5.The tools for Taming Tigers are all around you6.There is no safety in numbers7.Do something scary everyday8.Understand and control your time to create change9.Create disciplines - do the basics brilliantly10.Never, never give up!

Read case studies from people who have changed their lives by following the rules, and hear about Jim's experience of grabbing his own Tiger by the tail, as he went from a thirty-six-year-old overweight non-riding consultant, to a fully-fledged jockey and UK freediving record holder in 12 months - proof that Taming Tigers works!

  • Published: 9 February 2012
  • ISBN: 9781448131716
  • Imprint: Virgin Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 304

About the author

Jim Lawless

Jim is one of the most inspirational and highly sought-after business speakers in Europe. After starting life as a City lawyer, he founded the cultural change consultancy firm Optimise (now Taming Tigers Group) in the late Nineties. His clients have included Apple, BT, Barclaycard and the NHS.

Praise for Taming Tigers

A shrewd, inspiring and practical blueprint for anyone determined to find greater and deeper satisfactions in life.

Alec Wilkinson The New Yorker

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