Winning With Wisdom

Written by Carmela Weizman, who has over 20 years of experience as a personal coach. During her career, Carmela has worked with hundreds of adults and teenagers helping them enhance their abilities in life. Carmela provides simple yet effective tools to allow everyone attain a life of stability and prosperity.

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This book is for you, if...

  • You encounter difficulty acting in a certain area.
  • You wonder what responsibility is, and how it differs from blame.
  • You feel regret for past failures.
  • You sometimes feel detached and critical of others.
  • You encounter hardships when making decisions.

Here you will learn…

  • What is the single source of self-destruction, and how to get rid of it.
  • How to make the right decisions and maintain a balance between all areas of life.
  • The way to attain high self-esteem while creating harmony in relations with others.
  • How to be true to your own goals despite being tempted to act otherwise.

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When we say ‘wisdom’, we mean: ‘Applying logic to improve our survival’. Survival is the constant desire of every human being to continue living and make progress. Survival is our desire to improve our quality of life – materially and spiritually.

We define Wisdom as:

  • Having intelligence – the ability to gather and analyze data.
  • The capability to judge with logic and sensitivity.
  • A wise, balanced, and rational approach to things.

When we act wisely, the actions we take lead to survival at the highest level. This is wise behavior, as it contributes to your family, your friends, and the groups to which you belong.

When we lack wisdom, people around us will try to force their opinions on us, which will cause us anger or sadness.

People are fundamentally good, so they want to act wisely. When you do this, you will be proud of yourself.

Lack of wisdom is illogical behavior which hurts our existence. Logical behavior is wise, as it promotes our survival.