Time for Success: A Goal-Getter's Strategy

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McGraw-Hill, 1991 - Business & Economics - 181 pages
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For some people success may be a physical achievement or conquering a fear; for others it may be measured in a larger bank account or the upward curve on a sales graph. In Time for Success, time-management expert Alec Mackenzie guides readers step-by-step through a new consideration of the nature of success & shows them how to achieve specific personal & professional goals by mastering the precious commodity line. Throughout this valuable book, Mackenzie helps readers link demanding goals with time improvement to achieve a satisfying & balanced life. They will discover how to: Reorganize priorities & set valid, achievable goals; Manage stress by remaining flexible in the face of rapidly changing conditions; Implement strategies to avoid procrastination, indecision, & disorganization; Become more productive by re-evaluating priorities & establishing realistic deadlines. According to the author, "We should leave our work at the office & take our management skills home where we can apply them to every aspect to

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This is a helpful book on ways to manage time to gain success in both professional and personal life. Mackenzie has written several other books and conducted seminars on time management. In this book ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
BARRIERS
57
BARRIERS
79
TIME BARRIERS
117
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About the author (1991)

ALEC MACKENZIE (Greenwich, NY) is an internationally known speaker and writer on time management and president of his own consulting firm. He is the author of the two previous editions of this book, both AMACOM best-sellers.

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