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Success: Advice for Achieving Your Goals from Remarkably Accomplished People by Jena Pincott
Time Tactics of Very Successful People
Eugene Griessman - 1994
Johnnetta Cole, and Home Depot CEO Bernie Marcus. Dr. B. Eugene Griessman has interviewed hundreds of contemporary peak performers (and researched dozens of historical high achievers) to unearth the secrets of their success. He presents their time management tactics in short Bites designed to inspire today's time-starved reader-- whether they're over worked managers, working moms, entrepreneurs on the go, or even newly unemployed people who must suddenly learn to structure their own time.
Time Power: A Proven System for Getting More Done in Less Time Than You Ever Thought Possible
Brian Tracy - 2004
Now, in Time Power, Brian reveals his comprehensive system designed to help readers increase their productivity and income exponentially -- in just weeks!Filled with hundreds of powerful, proven tools and techniques, this book shows readers how to:* gain two more productive hours each day* make better decisions, faster!* set clear goals and focus on higher-value activities* manage multitask jobs more efficiently* overcome the people problems that can sap their time* use the five tools and techniques that will make them more productive for the rest of their lives* and much more!Overflowing with quick and effective time-saving strategies, Brian Tracy's Time Power lets readers in on the secrets to being more productive, earning more money, and getting more satisfaction from life.
Management Challenges for the 21st Century
Peter F. Drucker - 1998
Drucker discusses how the new paradigms of management have changed and will continue to change our basic assumptions about the practices and principles of management. Forward-looking and forward-thinking, Management Challenges for the 21st Century combines the broad knowledge, wide practical experience, profound insight, sharp analysis, and enlightened common sense that are the essence of Drucker's writings and "landmarks of the managerial profession." --Harvard Business Review
The Wall Street Journal Guide to Understanding Personal Finance
Kenneth M. Morris - 1992
This revised and updated edition also includes the information you'll need to make smart decisions about -- and avoid the pitfalls of -- banking, credit, home finance, financial planning, investing and taxes.
Paradigms: The Business of Discovering the Future
Joel A. Barker - 1993
What Joel Barker does in Paradigms: The Business of Discovering the Future is explain how to spot paradigm shifts, how they unfold, and how to profit from them. Through the power of this method--paradigm spotting--you can:find the people in your organization most likely to spot a new trendhelp your key people adept when a massive change is occurringlearn to effectively grapple with your "intractable problems" and improve your results incalculably.In addition, Paradigms is full of concrete examples of paradigm shifts and predictions for the future, and contains a new introduction detailing recent developments and pointing out areas to watch tor paradigm shifts.
Your Best Just Got Better: Work Smarter, Think Bigger, Achieve More
Jason W. Womack - 2011
Workers need to clarify their habits, build mindset-based strategies, and be proactive. Womack's signature "workplace performance" techniques offer specific strategies to consistently and incrementally improve performance.Readers will:Understand the fundamentals of workflow and the principles of human performance Arm themselves with the tools and the processes to get more of their work done, on time, with fewer resources, and with less stress Making your best better won't happen overnight, but learning how to effectively manage just a few critical success factors lead to an effective workday and an overall successful professional career.
Never Too Late To Be Great: The Power of Thinking Long
Tom Butler-Bowdon - 2012
Exposing the myth of 'overnight' success, author and motivational speaker Tom Butler-Bowdon shows us that contrary to popular belief, people, companies, products and ideas invariably need a long time to realise their potential.Highlighting the importance of the 'ten-year rule' as referred to in Malcolm Gladwell's Outliers, which suggests that significant achievements rarely happen without a decade of intense work and practice in any given area, Never Too Late to be Great offers inspiration for the impatient or disheartened to stay the course, and gives reassurance to us all that we have more time than we think to achieve our goals.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Personal Workbook
Stephen R. Covey - 2003
Covey presents a personal hands-on companion to the landmark The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People , which has become a touchstone for individuals, families, and businesses around the world. The overwhelming success of Stephen R. Covey's principle-centered philosophy is a testament to the millions who have benefited from his lessons, and now, with The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Personal Workbook , they can further explore and understand this tried-and-true approach. With the same clarity and assurance Covey's fans have come to appreciate, this individualized workbook teaches readers to fully internalize the 7 Habits through private and thought-provoking exercises, whether they are already familiar with the principles or not.
The 12 Week Year Field Guide: Get More Done In 12 Weeks Than Others Do In 12 Months
Brian P. Moran - 2018
Instead of getting bogged down in annualized thinking that produces pitfalls and saps productivity, follow along with this guide to redefine your “year” to be just 12 weeks long. By doing so, you’ll avoid complacency, begin to focus on what matters most, create better clarity, and develop a sense of urgency so that “now” is always the right time to act. Applicable to business growth, career goals, and life in general, the 12 week plan will help you improve in any—or every—area. By closing the “knowing-doing gap,” you’ll discover how to execute on what you already know and greatly expand the boundaries of your capabilities. Learn to: Create your personal and business visions with step-by-step tips Develop your own 12 week plan by applying what you know to what you do Put over 10 years of field-tested content, exercises, and templates to work for you Build a 12 week commitment and apply the system to your own life and business Take back your life, improve your thinking, and advance your business or career by implementing real-world, hands-on methods in The 12 Week Year Study Guide.
Pogue's Basics: Essential Tips and Shortcuts (That No One Bothers to Tell You) for Simplifying the Technology in Your Life
David Pogue - 2014
Somehow, you're just supposed to know how to use your phone, tablet, computer, camera, Web browser, e-mail, and social networks. Luckily, award-winning tech expert David Pogue comes to the rescue with Pogue's Basics, a book that will change your relationship with all of the technology in your life. With wit and authority, Pogue's Basics collects every essential technique for making your gadgets seem easier, faster, and less of a hassle. Crystal-clear illustrations accompany these 225 easy-to-follow tips.Tips include: Make the type bigger on your screen - Bring a wet phone back from the dead - The fastest way to charge an iPad - The 10 best apps to put on your phone - How to type symbols - Bypass annoyingly long voice mail instructions - Use map apps on your phone without an Internet connection - Sign a contract electronically - See what's in a file without opening it - The 12 best free services on the Web - Turn off automatic bullets, lists, and links in Word - Protect yourself from online scams and viruses - Set up an automatic backup system on your computer - What to do about junk e-mail - Send photos so that they don't bounce back - Print or email articles without ads - How to get money for your used electronics - Rename a bunch of files in one fell swoop - Make YouTube videos sharper - and much more.At last, you can lose that nagging, insecure feeling that you're not the master of your own gadgets. The tech tips in Pogue's Basics are all you need--the shortcuts to a happier technological life.
Success: One Day at a Time
John C. Maxwell - 2000
Each page contains a snapshot of the daily road of an overcomer. It is the perfect gift for the new graduate as well as anyone else who wants to become all that God intended! Owning a book by John Maxwell is like having your own personal trainer cheerleader. Drawing on over twenty years of experience in training leaders, John shares not only how to succeed but the biblical reason for doing so. "Success is knowing your purpose in life, sowing seeds that benefit others, and growing to your maximum potential," he says. He asserts that success is for everyone. The secret of success is found in your daily routine, springing from your dreams, vision and consistent self-discipline.
Nine Things Successful People Do Differently
Heidi Grant Halvorson - 2011
In this short, provocative, and useful HBR Single, motivational psychologist Heidi Grant Halvorson translates the psychological secrets of these winning human beings for your use. Halvorson expands on her immensely popular blog post to give more detail on each of her nine suggested actions-from getting specific about goals and aggressively monitoring your achievements to understanding the importance of having "grit." By emphasizing what successful people do consistently and effectively, Halvorson provides the path to help you accomplish your goals, once and for all.