[PDF / Epub] ✈ How Winning Works ☀ Robyn Benincasa – Bassgrotto.co.uk

How Winning Works Robyn Benincasa Has Made An Art Form Of Extreme Performance By Competing And Winning At The Highest Levels Of Sport And Business In Her 15 Year Career As A Professional Adventure Racer, She Has Biked Through Jungles In Borneo, Climbed Himalayan Giants In Nepal, Trekked Across Lava Fields In Fiji, Rafted Rapids In Chile And Racked Up Multiple World Championship Titles Along The Way In Her Spare Time, She Is A Firefighter And A Sought After Keynote Speaker On The Subject Of Teamwork And Leadership In How Winning Works, Benincasa Shows You How To Climb To New Levels Of Professional And Personal Success She Shares The Eight Essential Elements Of Teamwork, Learned Through Her Extreme Adventure Racing, That Create Synergy With All Of The Teammates In Your Life, From Colleagues And Customers To Family Members And Friends Total Commitment Empathy And Awareness Adversity Management Mutual Respect We Thinking Ownership Of The Project Relinquishment Of Ego Kinetic Leadership This Field Guide To Success Shares The Same Training Tools And Exercises That Have Become Wildly Popular In The Leadership Seminars Benincasa Gives To Corporations Such As Wal Mart, Starbucks, Nestle, Boeing And Many Others Stories From Her Adventure Racing Also Illustrate How Winning Teams Interact Under The World S Most Extreme Conditions, From Jungles To Mountain Peaks Whether You Re Trying To Beat The Competition To Market With A New Product, Scale A Looming Mountain Of Deadlines Or Simply Get Your Kids To Clean Up Their Rooms, The Advice In This Book Will Take You On An Adventure You Ll Never Forget, And Coach You Over The Finish Line To Success.


10 thoughts on “How Winning Works

  1. says:

    Robyn Benincasa has lived a very interesting life While I have met and known many strong women, I can honestly state that I can t think of anyone who has engaged in the kind of high adrenaline life activities as she has.She has a very reasonable point that these grueling race adventures taught her life lessons about individual fortitude, personal commitment, and it s important that your head is always in the right place I m quite sure that she has learned a lot about teamwork and the secret sauce in making teams work effectively and efficiently She really does have some great and pithy sound bites about commitment showing itself when the fun stops and others that you ll find yourself nodding your head in agreement with her.Her book does give a good indication of her ability to perform well as a motivational speaker and there are Youtube videos available and information how to contact her to arrange that kind of engagement.I will give Robyn the greatest amount of credit for pointing out the importance of personal development and self improvement that all of us need at any time and stage of our lives It s not just the adventure racers who should know that being anti fragile, approachable, credit sharing, and keeping a can do spirit is the right way to approach life and its obstacles I also really enjoyed her emphasis that being willing to ask for help and tutorials is not a sign of weakness That may not be our first or knee jerk response when we have a problem that is resistant to easy solving activities Mentoring and modeling your own behavior off of an appropriate role model is not emphasized enough It takes a certain humility to ask for help Robyn drives that point home This book is very worthwhile for anyone who is seeking self improvement as well as leadership teamwork development She does have the ability to inspire That s a good compliment for a motivational speaker.


  2. says:

    Inspiring and easy to readFantastic insights on how to exercise grit and determination in the toughest races Easy to read and full of great tips.


  3. says:

    the book will hit a chord with athletes and many others who are fascinated with extreme sports and the like robyn has a very personal style of writing which made it a quick read the 8 points she elaborated on are nothing really new, you may have heard them before, but the stories behind them are what makes it a good read.