Brian Tracy 21 Great Ways To Manage Your Time Double
In this powerful session by Brian Tracy, youll learn how to organize every area of your life. Youll discover the best ways to eliminate time wasters, new strategies for using your time in an extraordinary manner, how to increase your personal power, how to make yourself more valuable, and what the keys are for staying motivated. This session promises to not only bring your productivity to a new level, it will propel you in the direction of your most important goals and dreams!
- MANAGE & ORGANIZE YOUR MOST IMPORTANT PRIORITIES
- DISCOVER THE MOST VALUABLE USE OF YOUR TIME
- ELIMINATE THE TIME WASTERS THAT SET MOST PEOPLE BACK
- LEARN HOW TO SAY NO TO THE UNIMPORTANT THINGS
- DEVELOP A GAMEPLAN FOR YOUR LIFE THAT WORKS
- AND MUCH MORE ...
About the Author
Brian Tracy is one of Americas leading authorities on the development of human potential and personal effectiveness. A dynamic and inspiring speaker, he addresses thousands of people each year on the subjects of personal and professional development, including the executives and staff of such firms as IBM, Arthur Andersen, McDonnell Douglas, and The Million Dollar Round Table. Prior to founding his own firm, Brian Tracy International, he had successful careers in sales and marketing, investments, real estate development, distribution, and management consulting. Tracy is the author of thirteen previous books including the bestselling book Maximum Achievement. He is also the author/narrator of numerous bestselling audiocassette programs, including The Psychology of Achievement and How to Start and Succeed in Your Own Business. He is a global authority on sales and customer service who leads more than 150 training programs and sales meetings annually for companies such as IBM, AT&T, Coca-Cola, Hilton Hotels, Inc. magazine, Siemens, and Cintas. He is the author of the syndicated sales column Sales Moves, which appears in eighty-five businessjournals across the United States and Europe and is read by more than 3.5 million people weekly.