Number of pages: 240
BBB Library: Personal Success
What’s the ONE Thing you can do such that by doing it everything else will be easier or unnecessary? In the number one Wall Street Journal bestseller, Gary Keller has identified that behind every successful person is their ONE Thing. No matter how success is measured, personal or professional, only the ability to dismiss distractions and concentrate on your ONE Thing stands between you and your goals. The ONE Thing is about getting extraordinary results in every situation.
The One Thingis a wonderful book which addresses the dangers of analysis paralysis and the lack of focus in trying to wade through too many items on the agenda.
"Success does not mean perfection. I’m not concerned with avoiding distraction every minute of every day. The perfect, uninterrupted day is impossible. It’s about figuring out what matters most, and when you’re doing that ONE Thing, eliminate distraction." Forbes
"This book is all about the idea that understanding how to simplify, prioritize and focus is the difference between success and mediocrity. Taking it a step further, Keller and Papasan focus on helping the reader identify the single most important step in moving toward his or her goals." Will Gibbons Design
"The One Thing isn’t a business book you need a notebook and a couple of sharpened pencils to read and understand. The message is clear, well-supported, and well-written." THE NOTORIOUS R.O.B.
How to enrich your life and destroy doubt in 5 seconds. Throughout your life, you've had parents, coaches, teachers, friends and mentors who have pushed you to be better than your excuses and bigger than your fears. What if the secret to having the confidence and courage to enrich your life
This brilliantly simple book on the philosophy known as Asset-Based Thinking, instills success-oriented habits in even the most die-hard cynic. Its transformational lessons--conveyed through unique photographic metaphors and inspiring stories from real people--reveal how the slightest shift in perception can lead to monumental results in both business and in life. ABT
This book is discussing the term: work-life balance, one of the major issues plaguing human potential in the corporate world today. The term was first introduced twenty years ago and is likely to go down as one of the great corporate blunders of our time. The future of an organization and
Thinking in New Boxes is about changing the way you think, or, more precisely, increasing your awareness of how we all create and use mental boxes. It is a new paradigm for creativity, by virtue of the focus on interplay between the broad new boxes and smaller ones that fill them.
There Must Be More Than This helps you identify and fulfill the deeper longings behind your soft addictions. Judith Wright’s eight-step program has now been used by hundreds of her students to overcome their soft addictions and open up their lives to a greater sense of purpose and happiness. There Must
Insights often appear like magic because all we see is the surprising finale, the rabbit popping out of the hat. We don’t see the steps leading up to that finale, the years that the magician spent practicing, the design of the hat, and the way the rabbit was smuggled on stage.
We see prosperity as multidimensional. When you are happy, when you have enough money and are at peace with how you are earning that money, this leads to the sustainable state that we describe as prosperity. Balancing these three things—money, happiness, plus sustainability—leads to prosperity. The prosperity that we value depends
Many companies and leaders show little interest in subjecting their business practices and decisions to the same scientific rigor they would use for technical or medical issues. Every day there are opportunities for companies to use better information to gain an advantage over the competition, doing so simply entails using evidence-based
Many warn that the next stage of globalization--the offshoring of research and development to China and India--threatens the foundations of Western prosperity. But in The Venturesome Economy, acclaimed business and economics scholar Amar Bhide shows how wrong the doomsayers are.Using extensive field studies on venture-capital-backed businesses to examine how technology really
Ignore Everybody expands on MacLeod’s sharpest insights, wittiest cartoons, and most useful advice. For example:-Selling out is harder than it looks. Diluting your product to make it more commercial will just make people like it less.-If your plan depends on you suddenly being “discovered” by some big shot, your plan will
Don’t be afraid to fail. See it as part of your learning process and keep striving for your true potential.
Set a goal so far above what you want that you’ll be building a plan that practically guarantees your original goal.
A small amount of causes creates most of the results. Just the right input creates most of the output.
Success builds on success, and as this happens, over and over, you move toward the highest success possible.
The ﬁrst was a mere two inches, the East almost three feet tall. The resulting domino fail began with a gentle tick quickly ended “with a loud SLAM.”