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    • Publication date:01 Apr 2010

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Achieve in life and the workplace with paralympic gold medal winner Giles Long's innovative and inspiring method

In CHANGING TO WIN, Giles Long MBE, eight times Paralympic Gold medal winner, world record breaker, and cancer survivor, shares his revolutionary model for success. His innovative CHIMO cycle method, based on the principles he has followed throughout his life, reveals how a careful balance of motivation and inspiration can lead to extraordinary changes in performance and accomplishments, both on an individual and team level. Illustrated by the author's own incredible tale of courage, perseverance, and Paralympic glory, and drawing on his experience as a successful motivational speaker, CHANGING TO WIN provides a template for achievement in life and in the workplace.

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Giles Long represented Great Britain at the highest level in the world of swimming, both as a Butterfly and Individual Medley swimmer and as a relay team member. He won twenty major Championship medals including Paralympic, European, and World Championship Gold medals.

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  • ISBN: 9780749939922
  • Publication date: 01 Apr 2010
  • Page count: 256

Giles Long

Giles Long represented Great Britain at the highest level in the world of swimming, both as a Butterfly and Individual Medley swimmer and as a relay team member. He won twenty major Championship medals including Paralympic, European, and World Championship Gold medals.

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