The Lazy Winner: How to do more with less effort and succeed in your work and personal life without rushing around like a headless chicken or putting in 100 hour weeks

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Infinite Ideas, Oct 3, 2011 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
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The Lazy Winner is for all those who simply want to do more with less effort and succeed in their working and personal lives without rushing around like headless chickens or putting in 100 hour weeks. We are all too good to put our careers and work—life balance at risk by working too hard! The Lazy Winner builds on the concept of ‘productive laziness’, developed in Peter Taylor’s bestselling The Lazy Project Manager, which encourages people to apply more thought before leaping in to action and throwing effort at a problem or task. With better planning readers can ensure that they are Lazy Winners and achieve success in what they do at work and in life—more impressive results with the minimum of effort.

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Just now finish reading The Lazy Winner.
Though it doesnt have a magic wand that will help you if you are expecting, it covers blend of things that happens around you and you might have not notice
them at all.
Peter writes in very simple and clear language. No restriction to language makes him the best.
I have attended the webinar by him sometime back and to be frank i was not as impressed with it as today i am after reading this book.
Thank you Peter for this book. I am sure it will help lot of other people like me.
Thanks much.
 

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About the author (2011)

Peter Taylor was the author of eight story collections and three novels, including A Summons to Memphis, for which he won the Pulitzer Prize. He died in 1994.

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