Double Your Productivity / Double Your Time Off
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By Ravikiran Patil (India)
It helped me a lot. I increased my income by 15% in two months. Thanks
This has changed my life
By Jonathan Blair (Boston, Massachusetts)
Listening to this CD has altered my perception of my day to day life; enabling me to constantly and clearly differentiate between productive time saving tasks and time killers. And it has opened my eyes to how much of my daily life has been getting wasted just spinning my wheels on the time killers. What I've learned from this program has become my most reliable and fasted vehicle to the solution in my daily and weekly tasks.
For the third time now – I have given my copy to a friend, and have come back to order a new copy for myself.
The key on this CD is “take action
By doug borro (Phoenix)
I laughed when I first saw this and thought “I only get four weeks a year off”. I was on this teleseminar live so I hear it first hand. After listening to the CD again I started taking action and you know what, he was right. It does work. The key on this CD is “take action”. The difference between knowing and doing is as wide as the Grand Canyon. As with any of these programs, after you listen to it – do something about it. Take action. Thanks Brian.
Brings about the successes you desire
By Bonnie Pickhardt (Campbell, CA USA)
This audio program is a wonder for separating the wheat from the chaff, in terms of your mental processes. As you listen to the suggestions on the CD, your focus will narrow until it becomes obvious to you where you could improve your behaviors to bring about the successes you desire.
**Also NOT TO BE MISSED, is the splendid goal-setting guide with the peculiar title, "EAT THAT FROG". It has been a revelation. Everyone thinks "Oh, I can set goals, and I don't need a book to tell me how", but believe me, you would do well to buy and follow the exercises in this book. When Harvard University did a follow-up of their graduates after 10 years, they discovered that only 3% of them followed written goals, but that these 3% were the most successful and the most satisfied with their lives.