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A special foreword by Gary Keller. Interludes by legendary guitarist Monte Montgomery.
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The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results is the unabridged audiobook written by co-authors Gary Keller and Jay Papasan with an expert narration by Timothy Miller and Claire Hamilton. The ultimate guide to de-cluttering your life can be found in this book. Learn how to focus on tasks without your mind wandering and rid stress from your life entirely. Find out that ONE thing that you are really good at and love doing and make a career out of it. Let this book change your life for the better. Available now from Audible.
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A re-hash of the original '7 Habits' !
It focuses on 'one thing'
Yes. Easy to listen to, although Claire Hamilton's accent is a little too 'Cheesy American' for this Englishman.
Probably not. But possible.
This is a rather shameless duplication and re-hash of 'The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People'. If you have read '7 Habits' then it's an OK revision of the principles, stated slightly differently. If you haven't. forget this and read '7 Habits of Highly Effective People' by Dr Stephen Covey. It is much better.
They refer to several studies and findings from other books on the same subjects, but in the audiobook they don't refer to the studies or credit other authors. Whereas 'The Power of Habit' by Charles Duhigg addresses this subtopic of the power of Habits in much more detail and complete with properly referenced source material.
Perhaps I should nick a bit from all the authors I have read and re-publish it under a catchy name!
- Mark B
- Al Boxall-Gordon