Summary Of Roth's Book 'The Achievement Habit'

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Annotated Bibliography In Roth’s Book, The Achievement Habit he maps out how to get into the habit of achieving true success. Chapter 1 is titled, “Nothing Is What You Think It Is”. In this chapter the main idea is that nothing has meaning. Everything only has the meaning you give it. What Roth specifically means when he says “nothing has meaning”, is that nothing has *inherent meaning. Everyone’s circumstances are different so, “the meaning we find in people, objects and our own circumstances is *subjective” (Roth, 15). If I am well fed but dehydrated, food may have no meaning to me while I’m dehydrated. Although food is a necessary factor to my health, water would hold more meaning than anything while dehydrated. I thought Roth backed

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