Cut to the Chase: And 99 Other Rules to Liberate Yourself and Gain Back the Gift of Time

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Random House, 2007 - Success in business - 206 pages
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How can I get more done? How can I stay focused? How can I condense my workday so I have time to spend with the people I love?

The answer to all these questions, according to bestselling author and business guru Stuart Levine, is to cut to the chase, and in this book he's gathered together 100 concise, invaluable lessons to help you do just that. Cutting to the chase is about more than getting to the point; it's about staying focused, getting to grips with the job in hand and concentrating on what's important. Ultimately, it's about making the best use of your time and energy.

Whether you want to know how to approach each task with clarity, focus and purpose, how to prioritize, or even how to make sure others don't waste your time, Cut to the Chase has a brilliant and simple rule you can follow. It is an indispendable guide to taking control of your time so that you can lead a happier, more balanced life.

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While everyone's heard the phrase, author and former CEO Levine (The Six Fundamentals of Success) contends that few really understand the power of his title. In more than 99 short but simple rules ... Read full review

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Stuart R. Levine, former CEO of Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc., is Chairman and CEO of Stuart Levine & Associates LLC, a consulting and leadership development company. Author of the national bestseller The Six Fundamentals of Success and co-author of the international bestseller The Leader in You, he has spoken throughout Europe, the Pacific Rim, and South America. He has been profiled in leading publications and has made numerous television appearances to discuss leadership and personal growth. He serves as Lead Director for Gentiva Health Services, Inc. and J. D'Addario & Company, Inc. and has been frequently called on to discuss corporate governance issues.

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