Discover the Never Been Heard of Secrets of How Successful People Manage Their Lives and Stay Successful
As a reader of over HUNDREDS of self-help books, I promise that Managing Personal Development is MUST READ, and WILL Change your Thinking and Life after it.
Do you know that in order to become successful, you have to set up your life for success very specifically?
Many people have already tried, but still fail without this knowledge.
Here's what you will Learn:
- Learn the Secret of Setting Yourself up for Success
- Reduce any Excessive Stress You Have
- Keep your Life Well-Organized and Balanced
- Get your Life in Order Mentally
- Acquire a Successful and Growth Mindset
- Change your view on Life Decisions
- Develop Personal Achievements
- Discover the Path to Success and How
- Understand how Important Life Management is
- How Highly Effective People get Things Done
- Maintain a position for Success
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"The author goes on and talks about successful people's stories and has changed the way I look at them now."
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Lots of good info. My only criticism is there are several spelling and grammatical errors.35
I will for sure Recommend this book to people to read we all should read more positive uplifting books they give us good direction and help us in life.55
It was okay25
Too many grammatical errors, it distracts from the context within the book.25
Great read for sure55
This Was A Short, Concise Ebook That Got Straight To The Point 🥳55
I started to read this because I really like good quality leadership books. The initial concepts were valuable. However, there were so many errors throughout the first and second chapter, it truly made the author lose credibility. I quit reading.25
This book was a really good read and all of the information it had was very productive. It had me deep reading and note taking almost every other page. Personal Growth is a really good topic to read about cause there is so much to cover. The first few pages alone had a ton of tools, processes, actual action steps, etc. Great read and I will have my eye out for this author and any topics he will cover.55
There was plenty of good information on one way to improve how you manage your life. There were numerous references to successfully people and some of their methods of making their own lives successful. I also liked how the author stated several times that there are other ways and this is not a rigid, one-size-fits-all method for better managing yourself. My biggest problem with this book is that it was hard to understand at points because of the language used. Maybe it should have gone past one more set of eyes in the editing process45