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Time Management For Dummies covers: What is Time Management? Getting Your Time in Order Organising The Work You Have To Do Working From Home The Bigger Picture (hide)
Get the results you want and come out as the Top Dog in every conversation Do you feel like you are not getting the most out of your conversations? Do you regularly feel like you are the underdog in your interactions?
Top Dog will help you make an instant, dramatic and lasting improvement to how you communicate with others. The techniques work in every type of interaction - conversations, socialising, dating, interviews, sales, marketing, networking...anything where you want to impress and persuade others. Andy Bounds and Richard Ruttle are experts at helping people achieve more from their interactions with others.
Now they share their secrets with you.(hide)
Written and compiled by experts in IQ testing and brain puzzles it contains 1000 practice questions organized into 25 tests, with a simple guide to assessing individual performance. With a brand new test in this edition, designed to be more challenging than the others so you can track progress, this is the best one-stop resource to mind puzzles. Working through the questions will help you to improve your vocabulary and develop powers of calculation and logical reasoning.
In this insightful and intensely practical book, Jocelyn K. Glei explains why email is so overwhelming and addicting, and lays out strategies for limiting the energy you spend on it. These include setting meaningful work goals, clarifying to yourself which people and messages truly matter and creating a daily routine that aligns with your natural creative rhythms.
Published on 01/11/2016
Pub Date:04/10/2016 (hide)
respond to our thoughts, senses, feelings, imagination and will . fully express language in content and form . communicate imaginary circumstances and human experience . (hide)
In this inspiring read When to Jump founder Mike Lewis has curated a community of people to share their stories about taking the leap into the unknown - people from all walks of life who left the safe inertia of their own circumstances to try and do what they really wanted to be doing. These are empowering, compelling tales about taking risks and embracing fear. Forget what you should be doing, what do you want to be doing? What do you love doing? When to Jump will show you that starting something different is possible.
How do sports stars excel, entrepreneurs thrive, or individuals achieve their ambition? Is their ability to win innate? Or is the winning mindset something we can all develop? Drawing on the wisdom of an astonishing array of talented people - from elite athletes to top managers, from rulers of countries to rulers of global business empires - Alastair Campbell uses his forensic skills, as well as his own experience of politics and sport, to get to the heart of success. He examines how winners tick. He considers how they build great teams. (hide)
Taken together, this collection is a must-read for any student or devotee of writing. (hide)
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