Winners: And How They Succeed
The Sunday Times no. 1 bestseller. How people succeed – and how you can, too.
Alastair Campbell knows all about winning. As Tony Blair’s chief spokesman and strategist he helped guide the Labour Party to victory in three successive general elections, and he’s fascinated by what it takes to win.
How do sports stars excel, entrepreneurs thrive, or individuals achieve their ambition? Is their ability to win innate? Or is the winning mindset something we can all develop? Drawing on the…
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Alastair Campbell knows all about winning. As Tony Blair’s chief spokesman and strategist he helped guide his party to victory in three successive elections, and he’s fascinate..
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The Sunday Times no. 1 bestseller. How people succeed – and how you can, too. Alastair Campbell knows all about winning. As Tony Blair’s chief spokesman and strategist he helpe..
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