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Get Smart: How to Think and Act Like the Most Successful and Highest-Paid People in Every Field Brian Tracy

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Get Smart: How to Think and Act Like the Most Successful and Highest-Paid People in Every Field Brian Tracy

An accessible guide to training the brain to work effortlessly in your favor – from the international best-selling author of the productivity classic Eat That Frog.

In business and in life, you must be smart to get ahead. As things shift and change quickly, you need to tap in to your brain – learn how to think smartly – in order to make sure that you maximize your opportunities.

In Get Smart!, internationally acclaimed business guru, speaker, author, and productivity expert Brian Tracy has laid the groundwork on how to easily reconfigure your negative thinking patterns and habits and reprogram your brain to achieve its maximum potential. In this invaluable book, listeners will encounter:

 

  • The latest brain research on how to think in order to get results
  • Practical, easy-to-understand advice and immediately actionable steps and exercises
  • How to train the brain to think correctly and help to create a brilliant future
  • Tapping in to the power of positive thinking
  • How to harness the true potential of the human mind
  • And so much more

Whether your goal is making more sales, coming up with better business plans, or simply finding ways to make extra money or have more residual income, this book will serve as your personal express elevator going straight to the top!

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    Wahome Mutahi was Kenya’s leading satire and humorist writer between 1980 and 2004. A literary prize, the Jomo Kenyatta Prize for Literature is named after him.

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    A landmark work that upends traditional thinking about strategy, this bestselling book charts a bold new path to winning the future. Consider this your guide to creating uncontested market space–and making the competition irrelevant.

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