Time Management (The Brian Tracy Success Library)

  • 1h 7m
  • Brian Tracy
  • 2013

More than any other practice in your career, your ability to manage time will determine your success or failure. It's a simple equation. The better you use your time, the more you will accomplish, and the greater your rewards will be. This pocket-sized guide reveals 21 proven time management techniques you can use immediately to gain two or more productive hours every day. Featuring the strategies that business expert Brian Tracy has identified as the most effective and that he himself employs, this handy volume reveals how you can: handle endless interruptions, meetings, emails, and phone calls; identify your key result areas; allocate enough time for top priority responsibilities; batch similar tasks to preserve focus and make the most of each minute; overcome procrastination; determine what to delegate and what to eliminate; utilize Program Evaluation and Review Techniques to work back ward from the future ...and ensure your most important goals are met; and more. Filled with Brian Tracy's trademark wisdom, this book will help you get more done, in less time ...and with much less stress.

About the Author

Brian Tracy is a professional speaker, trainer, seminar leader, and consultant, and chairman of Brian Tracy International, a training and consulting company based in Solana Beach, California.

Brian bootstrapped his way to success. In 1981, in talks and seminars around the U.S., he began teaching the principles he forged in sales and business. Today, his books and audio and video programs—more than 500 of them—are available in 38 languages and are used in 55 countries.

He is the bestselling author of more than fifty books, including Full Engagement and Reinvention.

Brian Tracy is one of the world’s top speakers. He addresses more than 250,000 people annually—in over 100 appearances—and has consulted and trained at more than 1,000 corporations. In his career he has reached over five million people in 58 countries. He has lived and practiced every principle in his writing and speeches.

In this Book

  • Time Management
  • Introduction
  • The Psychology of Time Management
  • Determine Your Values
  • Think About Your Vision and Mission
  • Project Forward, Look Backward
  • Make Written Plans
  • Chart Your Projects
  • Create Your Daily “To-Do” List
  • Set Clear Priorities
  • Stay on Track
  • Determine Your Key Result Areas
  • Delegate to Others
  • Concentrate Single-Mindedly
  • Overcome Procrastination
  • Create Blocks of Time
  • Control Interruptions
  • Batch Your Tasks
  • Manage the Telephone
  • Conduct Effective Meetings
  • Read Faster, Remember More
  • Invest in Personal Development
  • Organize Your Work Space
  • Conclusion


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