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The Psychology Of Success

Richard Dobbins (Management Consultant and a Senior Research Supervisor at the University of Bradford Management Centre.)
Barrie O. Pettman (Management Consultant, Registrar and Professor of Human Resource Management at the International Management Centres, Director of the International Institute of Social Economics, a director of MCB University Press, a Visiting Professor at the Canadian School of Management, and an Honorary Vice President of the British Society of Commerce.)

Equal Opportunities International

ISSN: 0261-0159

Article publication date: 1 January 1992

Abstract

1. Success is Goals The people who become successful are the people who set goals. The optimal planning periods appear to be three months and three years. What job will you be doing three years from now? How much money will you be earning? Where will you be working? What are the skills you will require to achieve your career goals? Will you need to learn about business strategy, marketing, finance, pension funds, people skills? Finally, why do you want to achieve these career goals? What is it you really want in life? Is it a beautiful home, car, better health, happy family, worthy goals, a terrific feeling of well being?

Citation

Dobbins, R. and Pettman, B.O. (1992), "The Psychology Of Success", Equal Opportunities International, Vol. 11 No. 1, pp. 12-16. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb010564

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