The all-time classic - completely updated to meet the needs of the 21st century achiever!
Released over 25 years ago, The Psychology of Achievement is an all-time classic in the Nightingale-Conant library, with over one million copies sold to date. Since its original publication, Brian Tracy has become established as one of the world's leading experts in personal development, the Number One-selling Nightingale-Conant author of all time, and a mentor to countless other speakers and thought leaders in the personal development industry.
You'll learn how to:
Develop a rock-solid self-concept based on the latest research in Positive Psychology
Get on the fast track to achieving your goals faster than you've ever dreamed possible
Discover how to set "flex" goals which are adaptable to a fast-changing economy
Unlock the secret to doubling your brainpower and sharpening your intuition
Discover the key to erasing negative emotions
Eliminate the time and productivity wasters - most importantly, those caused by the e-mail, instant messaging, and other electronic communication devices
Master a foolproof 12-point formula that quadruples productivity
Learn how to nurture your most important relationships and leave a legacy
And much more!
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By Amazon Customer on 21-04-15
I'm a big fan of Brian Tracy, and if this was the first time I listened to him I'd easily give it 5 starts. And if you've never listened to him before, you'll find a goldmine in this book, or any one of his other books.
But there's really no need to buy more than one, because he really just says the same things in a different way. He prides himself on writing 4 books a year, but really he's just re-writing 1 book over and over again.
In a book on success he might say that successful people do "X" (fill in the blank). Then in a book on goals he'll say that you need to set a goal to accomplish "X". Then in a book on self discipline he'll say that you need to discipline yourself to do "X"
Same message, slightly different delivery, so 3 stars because I've heard this before and wasted my money, but 5 stars for his material as a whole.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful
By All-write on 06-01-15
Just what I needed to start the year off right!
22 years ago I listened to
the Psychology of Achievement and learned some very valuable lessons to which I attribute the success I've had so far in my career and personal life. I found the New Psychology of Achievement when I was trying to decide whether to get a Master's degree or float through the next 10 years to retirement with my current level of responsibility and pay. I wasn't sure if I had time to go to graduate school while working and taking care of my family. Now I know I can and should do what it takes to realize my full potential and earning power. I'll probably listen to the book at least every few months to keep myself at this super high level of motivation. Thank you, Brian Tracy!
6 of 6 people found this review helpful