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Less lives and now they can help you tooThink Smart Not Hard connects science and human psychology to help you retrain your brain for a brighter tomorrow Through a combination of step by step strategies and inspirational anecdotes this transformational guidebook will help you conuer common obstacles to discover your lifes true path In Think Smart Not Hard youll discoverHow to develop the right mindset to overcome any personal tragedyHow writing down and reflecting upon Smart Not Hard PDFEPUB #196 action plans will ignite your successHow incorporating weekly pr. So easy to read and great informationFirst of all this book is broken up into categories so it makes it easy to come back to and refer to when focusing on certain principles My OCD loves thatI have read several self help books this year and can say that this author does an Excellent job of taking so much information and putting it into ONE bookHe challenges you to take a look at different aspects of your life and see if you are living to your fullest potential He also offers guidance as to how to excel at each one The information is detailed and easy to read and understand It is current with today's times which I liked I found myself nodding a lotThe book is as the title suggests It tells you important principles for success and how to go about achieving them the 'smarter' way and not the harder way

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Think Smart Not Hard 52 Key Principles To Success and HappinessWould you like to Not Hard Epub #181 take the direction in life you deserve Discover a roadmap for navigating your successful fulfilling future A simple effective plan to change your life and attain your goals Jim The Rookie MorrisAthlete author teacher and inspiration for the movie The RookieStruggling to cope with personal tragedy Worried youll never live up to your full potential Bestselling author Roy Huff overcame abuse and abject poverty to become an accomplished teacher and research scientist His secrets Think Smart PDFEPUBfor success have changed count. This book is organized in a manner that would make it a useful tool for self improvement Reading it cover to cover is enjoyable but I think the reader may obtain benefit from reading one key principle a week over an entire year It would be difficult to successfully implement all the ideas in one week I plan to read the book again and be mindful of the lessons it is teaching This way I can read one principle a week and in a year 52 weeks I will have had the opportunity to think smarter and not harder