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“This is a book that must be reread whenever you think you’ve lost your focus.”
— Jim Pawlak, syndicated columnist
“…his [Tracy’s] book offers relief to frustrated business people with too many professional and personal demands on their time — which is to say, all of us.”
“If you want to strengthen your life, your effectiveness, and your happiness, you’ll discover a great friend in Focal Point. And you’ll probably recommend it to your friends.”
--The Midwest Book Review
“…author Brian Tracy packs a punch that could assist anyone…in running their work lives and personal lives more efficiently.”
“After reading this book, you can accomplish more in the next couple of years than most people achieve in a lifetime!”
— Today’s Chicago Woman
This book is so special to me that I have recommended it to co-workers and friends.
The book focuses on one of the things most lacking in many people's lives today.... balance between career and personal life.
Althought this book is not that long, in order to really digest it, you will have to invest time in doing the Exercises.
The first half of the book was great to read, I felt like it geared me up to start writing goals out and think long term more often. This book is a motivational piece. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Janie
I Love every Brian Tracy book I've read, but this may be my favorite! A step by step instruction manual to success. Read morePublished 2 months ago by s. smither
One good idea is all I need from any business book. This book is packed with immediately applicable thoughts and ideas. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Elizabeth McDonald
Excellent this is a book that can help anyone if the apply it to their lives reasing and applying will doPublished 6 months ago by Julian Lackna
Mr. Tracy has delivered with another inspirational book. Although the concepts are similar to others in his collection, it doesn't hurt to have them reinforced.Published 6 months ago by Damien B. Sanderlin
Not the best Brian Tracy book I have read. I would stick with Maximum Achievement or Flight Plan. Still, there are a few takeaways in the book.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer