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Victory: Applying the Proven Principles of Military Strategy to Achieve Greater Success in Your Business and Personal Life – Brian Tracy

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Victory: Applying the Proven Principles of Military Strategy to Achieve Greater Success in Your Business and Personal Life – Brian Tracy

By bestselling author Brian Tracy, a revised and updated edition of this indispensable field guide to using military strategies to win in business and life.The modern world can be a battleground, but key strategies that have helped history’s great leaders triumph in military campaigns can also be used to achieve business and personal success. Brian Tracy is a leading authority on success and achievement, authoring bestsellers including Eat That Frog!, and raising millions toward advancement with his guidance. In this fully revised and updated edition of a classic, Tracy presents 12 core principles of successful military commanders and how to apply them in almost any situation and emerge victorious, including proven methods to:· Concentrate your strengths in the most effective way to reach your goals· Gather game-changing intelligence to determine the best approach· Decide when to go on the offensive vs. cover your bases· Exploit the element of surprise for maximum benefitPacked with Tracy’s transformative advice, Victory! arms listeners with powerful skills and a practical road map to unlock their potential for greatness in business and in life

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