This book is a great way to stop procrastinating on things you should do and start procrastinating on things you should. It's easy as ABCDE
This is a great book to give you an extra push whenever your day week or month seems to be dragging along. Skip to any chapter and focus on the lesson discussed.
The author merely restates the best one-liners from well known authors such as: Peter Drucker, Steven Covey, David Allen and others. The author tried to cover a large scope of time management/leadership topics with a Joel Osteen approach of your future will be great, assured, make twice the income. It's bordering on ridiculous. The only original material the author adds is a sense of urgency, laser focus, do only one thing and work at it like a crazy person mentality. This book is the antithesis of six sigma methodology whereby the concept of going after low hanging fruit is replaced with work on your largest most complicated project first.
So many great concepts to absorb and apply. I had to listen to it multiple times to try new ideas that I was really wanting to approach and make part of my life.
Loved this book. Clear, easy to follow and step by step instructions and exercises to follow and do! Great suggestions and actions to develop strong habits to eat your from everyday. He has laid it out and given you the foundation to be successful but only you can disciple yourself to follow these steps to overcome procrastination! Do the exercises at the end! I also answered every question he asked "me" on paper! I took good notes and developed a plan for my life. It changes now and Brian Tracy has now given me the confidence and steps by step instructions to do it!
Since Change is the only constant, Growth is change and change is good! I'm constantly seeking new books so I can feel good about changing!
Great Strategic Planning that works!!! A key to tackling those things you keep putting off!
This book can sort your life out. A great way to focus, organise and prioritise. Highly recommended to all kinds of listeners, although the book is slightly more geared towards professionals.