Secret Strategies of Peak Performers: Use these strategies and get 2X more productive time!

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It’s not your fault you can’t accomplish everything you want. You just don’t know the secret strategies of peak performers. There are many different strategies that social scientists and high performance trainers have employed to help people become more productive or peak performers. This report will give a some powerful strategies to help you achieve your goals.
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Words: 3,140
Language: English
ISBN: 9780984873234
About Richard Greene

Richard B. Greene is business visionary, writer, and entrepreneur with more than 25+ years of experience driving double-digit revenue growth for start-up, turnaround, and high growth organizations. As a sales executive and trainer, he has mentored thousands of individuals in methods for the attainment of personal Peak Performance.

Rich is also a tri-athlete and avid ultra-marathon swimmer. He believes that athletic competition promotes discipline, dedication, focus, planning, the importance of hard work, humility, and the necessary elements for long term success. He combines the elements used by successful athletes with a focused approach to learning and change management that teaches business executives, professionals, and entrepreneurs how to tap into the power of their internal resources to achieve the greatest returns with the least amount of effort. His unique approach to development allows for exponentially greater success rates for learning than many traditional programs allowing rapid return on investment for both the company and the individual.

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Review by: Alan Loewen on Sep. 28, 2012 :
This very short book is a succinct and simple overview of the practices of effective people. Utilizing the 80/20 rule, using a simple plan, and affirmations are some of the tools discussed.

The bottom line is there is no easy, magical path to being effective (a word this reviewer likes more than the word "successful"), but a focused planner who doesn't mind hard work will find Greene's book a nice starting point.

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