The ONE Thing shows how to increase your productivity at work and gain more satisfaction from personal, famiy, and spirital life.
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By Dj burger
A must read for any person who wants to improve his/hers life
By Peter Mancini
It’s real simple think big go small and focus all your energy there
it is really helpful if you want to succeed in life.
I always tried multitasking and juggling everything, but now, i do my right one thing first and be accountable for it. Small results and i know the end will be worth it
This is hands-down the best personal development book I have ever read (and I have read A LOT of personal development books)!! I agree that the iBooks version is a little pricey, but it was well worth every penny.
AMAZING book to inspire you to reach your potential!
I purchased this book months ago, but I have read it multiple times. Each time I have read the book, I have gained an improved focus and a newfound wisdom. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who has met their basic needs [according to Abraham Maslow] and is motivated to reach their potential at the level of "self-actualization." Happy reading!
It's $14 on the Kindle app...
Why is this so expensive?
I don't understand why this ebook costs as much as it does. The paper book version is under $15 and the ebook for Kindle on Amazon costs over $10 less . Is there a typo? Should the price actually be $13.99 instead of $23.99?
The ONE Thing....is a BIG thing
Just finished the book after dabbling and slowly digesting the chapters. Opened my eyes to so many mistakes I have been making the past couple DECADES. It's simple, but powerful and makes sense.
Feeling like the world is getting in the way of your true potential? This book is for you. The "ONE THING" provides a roadmap to success by guiding the reader to set goals that may seem unattainable under current circumstances and then instructing how to achieve any and all of them by focusing one's thoughts and actions. A game-changer.