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In business and in life, you must be smart to get ahead. As things shift and change quickly, you need to tap into 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, readers 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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January 16, 2017
Nothing groundbreaking or even original here, I suggest you keep your hard earned money and skip this one.
March 29, 2016
Don’t let the size of this book fool you. It may be short, but it’s packed full of helpful information. It’s short because there’s no fluff, at least, not in my opinion. I took many pages of notes from this book because there were things that I didn’t want to forget.
Some of the advice in this boo...
August 23, 2016
Meh... Figure out your goals, focus on how to get there, implement the habits that allow you to achieve them, Change one habit at a time, copy habits of people who have achieved the goals you want, wishing is not working, successful people work 60 hours/week 6 days a week (nope not for me) Invest...
May 03, 2016
Get Smart isn't just theoretical intelligence - it's about thinking better and applying those improved thoughts to have a better life in general. There is a lot of focus on harnessing that better brain power to do better in business because after all, financial success by honest means is often a...
May 13, 2016
I received this book from Goodreads Giveaways in exchange for an honest review.
I finished Get Smart in an afternoon, but came out with a clearer understanding of myself and the psychology of my habits and motivation. Some of the advice felt like a take on Freakonomics , especially the psychol...
August 18, 2017
The majority of books I read are in the self-help genre and I rarely own my own copies. Typically I listen on audio and if the book impacts me enough I purchase my own copy. This was just such a book. I'm thrilled my own copy showed up today and I cannot wait to start through it again, making my...
May 08, 2016
Mehh... a lot of rehashing of old points (especially if you've read a lot of books in this genre).
Doesn't feel coherent.
May 18, 2017
What a terrible book. Instead of "How to Think and Act Like the Most Successful and Highest-Paid People in Every Field" it should read "How to think only about yourself, money, and the things you can buy while isolating yourself and treating other people like tools along the way." This book isn't...
August 06, 2017
Reviewed by Mary Langer Thompson for San Diego Book Review
Get Smart! How to Think and Act Like the Most Successful and Highest-Paid People in Every Field" by bestselling author, Brian Tracy, is not another simplistic positive thinking book. It's a book of thinking tools to help people move forwar...
February 05, 2017
I am an unashamed fan of self-help books. Well, sorta, I sometimes feel ashamed. This book is almost a perfect self-help book which means it has no new information and is not literature but it is short and helpful.
I am not a fan of Napolean Hill-type books and this does deteriorate into that...