Those who get more done in less time get more out of life... more rewards, more success, and more free time to pursue their dreams and enjoy themselves. In fact, you'll discover from success expert Brian Tracy, that "the quality of your life is largely determined by the quality of your time management." You don't have to be cold and calculating to be well organized. Time mastery does not mean letting the clock rule your life. In fact, the very opposite is true: time mastery gives you the absolute freedom to do what you want, when you want to do it. Ironically, you even learn to make time for spontaneity. The more time you make for yourself, the more free time you'll have. Unlike many programs on time management, this program has no charts, no forms, no daily schedules. Tracy believes in them but knows you are quite capable of developing them for yourself. His purpose in this program is to teach you the philosophy of time management, to help you internalize it, and to help you develop a belief system that will make your every moment more efficient. As Tracy puts it: "This program is the result of 20 years of experience - of research and teaching with more than 200 corporations. I designed this program to give you everything you will ever need to know about mastering your time for your personal life and career."
Through repeated listening to this audio, you'll learn to:
Loose the sequence over the period as the numbering system is overused.
There is no quick and effective recap at the end of chapters.
Reading is bit fast without any stories and examples gets bored over the time.
Suggested techniques are very good though,
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Great audiobook by the world's leading authority on time management: Mr. Brian Tracy! Very practical!
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
No, while this book may offer some decent advice, the person reading is so distracting it's not worth it.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
The narrator sounded like he was reading through the book as fast as possible, with no comprehension of what he is reading whatsoever.
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