Yes, as there were good suggestions throughout the whole presentation.
there were concrete suggestions like plan in advance and apply the 80/20 rule to everything.
The audio format allowed me to get the information on the go yet was organized enough to allow me to take useful notes.
I have had a tendency to do lots of less important tasks first thinking that it would reduce the load but found that getting the toughest one done first actually does make the rest easier and faster.
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Its a different approach but it works, Brian Tracy always has good advice and is usually easy to understand. This one caught me a little off guard but when you really look at his message you will understand where he is coming from. I found it to have great advise. I leaned something new as I almost always do with his books.
Perfect, Simple, Time-saver
I can't pick one that would come first. The most memorable for me is all the moments when the realisation hit me and the thought was 'of course!'
This is the first audio book I have ever listened to, so for me it was a real break through that I absorb more listening than reading. Reading for me is best done for proofing or instructions. I really enjoyed this audio book and did not find it boring at all so hopefully the rest to follow can live up to Brian Tracy.
Brian Tracy is a master of sales & business processes. This book does not dissapoint. He gives several tangible means for anyone who struggles with procrastination and his suggestions really work!
I've listened to several of his other works and this one is excellent like the others with the focus this time being on getting moving and not procrastinating. It has valuable time management and planning strategies that work.
I in particular liked his information on setting goals and implementing them.
This author presents several suggestions that worked for him in his career, but I found that most of them would not work for me. Several were a little contradictory and not prioritized. The bottom line is that (no surprise) these techniques are not universally algorithmic so, as with any advice, every reader will have to use common sense to decide which method to apply to each situation they find themselves in.
I finally found a book that helped me organize, and get started with my goals
The simple lesson breakdowns
If you're serious about productivity get this book and follow everything in it. I have accomplished more in two weeks than I have all year!
I would recommend this book because it's so inspirational. It should be required reading in school.
The common sense yet insightful mind-sets the author instills in the reader.
Hop to it!
No. The techniques and tips were all obvious and often mutually exclusive. I don't need a book to tell me it might be a good idea to sleep enough so I'm rested, and read things about my chosen field so I know more.
Here's the useful idea from the book: Attack your biggest, most impactful task first, and work on it till it is done. There. Now you don't need to waste your time on the book,
There were no characters,
The content is meaningful but there is really nothing new in the message.
more real life examples.
easy to listen to
no need to follow up. once is enough.
This book makes it simple and promotes us to stop putting off for tomorrow what we can do today. Eating a frog in the morning would have to make your day better.