Get Things Done: What Stops Smart People Achieving More and How You Can Change (Paperback)
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Get Things Done: What Stops Smart People Achieving More and How You Can Change (Paperback)

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Paperback 232 Pages / Published: 28/02/2014
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Robert Kelsey s What s Stopping You? has become a self-help classic. His What s Stopping You? books have helped thousands of people worldwide overcome their limiting beliefs and bash through their barriers to success. Now Robert is back to help us defeat the obstacles that stop us achieving more in our everyday lives. Many of us have the greatest of intentions but find ourselves procrastinating, which results in low attainment and frustrated ambitions. Grounded in solid psychological research Robert helps us examine why we might have these tendencies and how to overcome them in order to feel more together, in control and on-top of everything. * Looks at the psychology behind why we procrastinate, in order to understand and change our behaviour, forming new, effective habits * Provides practical solutions to help us get things done in real life situations including meetings, on the phone, with e-mail, looking for a job and starting a business * Includes techniques to improve focus and aid concentration * Examines how disorganisation is not innate and how we can learn processes that will allow us to be more effective * How to bring control to certain areas of your life and reduce stress and uncertainty Get Things Done is emotional ergonomics for the organisationally-challenged individual at home, at work, with themselves, and with others.

Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
ISBN: 9780857083081
Number of pages: 232
Weight: 293 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 13 mm


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If there s one book you actually finish reading in 2014, make it this one. (Elite Business, January 2014) his pally yet tough approach to self-improvement makes for good reading. By laying bare his own experiences, he quickly builds up a level of trust and empathy that would warm the cockles of the most cynical of readers. (Third Sector, February 2014) Personally I can see myself raiding it a lot for ideas as it calls me to tailor my plans, separate my trash from my treasure and stops my inbox ruling my life. (The Bookbag, February 2014) Full of practical advice and lots of tips on how to enhance your current situation, Kelsey offers a pragmatic and honest approach to day-to-day living and its annoyances. (The Sun, March 2014)

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