"In today's hectic work environment, the chances are that you have way too much to do and too little time to get it done. No matter how accomplished and capable you are, achieving your goals can seem almost insurmountable. Why is it that some people consistently seem to get more done than others? The answer is that they know how to set specific, achievable goals for themselves...and then follow through on them. This revised and updated audio edition of Goal Setting offers listeners practical tools and powerful techniques on how to set a goal, make a plan, and achieve an objective. The audio book teaches you how to: - act upon your objectives in a precise, targeted way - recognize obstacles and overcome them - become more assertive - change counterproductive behavior - establish priorities - make the most of your time Achieving goals takes hard work and discipline, but it can be done."
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by Chris Crowley, Henry S. Lodge
by Michael D. Watkins
by Chris Crowley, Henry S. Lodge, Allan J. Hamilton
by Penny Jordan
by Michelle Reid
by Annie Burrows
by Lori Foster
by Donald L. Miller
by Spencer Quinn
by Danielle Steel
by Christine Feehan
"Stating that goals work best when there are powerful reasons for wanting them, this program reviews 10 well-known goal attributes that produce results. These attributes are illustrated with concise examples and driven home with a variety of self-assessment tools. What the program adds to traditional goal- setting ideology is its insights on goal skills in organizational settings--like creating uninterrupted work time, communicating clearly, negotiating for scarce resources, navigating office politics, and getting support from bosses and underlings. Jim Bond is a steady and straightforward interpreter of this useful primer. Though his vocal quality is pleasing, a limited and sometimes forced emotionality in his performance makes it sound impersonal and ultimately not helpful to the impact of the material. T.W. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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