What do highly successful people have in common?

They Read. A Lot.

Harold Taylor has written over 25 ebooks that are designed to be read fast! Averaging 50 pages long these books are great to read on a train or a plane or while eating your lunch, you will get valuable information to make you more effective and productive. Check them out, for free!

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Develop a Goal-Setting Mindset

Develop a Goal-Setting Mindset

Goal-setting simplified. The process is easy since we are all goal-oriented by nature. This book shows you how.
Project management for entrepreneurs

Project Management for Entrepreneurs

In this practical book, time management authority and entrepreneur Harold Taylor will take you through a simplified five-step project management process using forms he has developed for this purpose.
Procrastinate less & get more done

Procrastinate Less & Get More Done

95% of people admit that they procrastinate, and it is impossible to stop completely; but by simply reducing procrastination, they can greatly increase personal productivity.

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Time Management Articles:

It takes time to manage time

It takes time to manage time

Time Investments are those activities that eventually free up more time than they initially consume. For example, many people fail to plan because planning takes time. And there would be no visible tangible task completed as testimony to this wise use of time; just a...

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Budget your time

Budget your time

To manage money, we budget it, allocating a certain amount to the different types of expenses that we must meet on a weekly, monthly, and annual basis. Without this control we may find we have no money left for some of the important items in our business or life. We...

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How to memorize and recall anything.

How to memorize and recall anything.

Jeff brown and Mark Fenske describe how our memory works in their book, The Winner’s Brain.  At about 18 months, toddlers learn and retain the meaning of up to 10 words per day, and by the time they reach adulthood, most recognize at least 60,000 words.  Plus,...

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The power of reframing

The power of reframing

Reframing is expressing a concept, idea, or product differently. When we change our point of view on any given situation, the facts remain the same, but a deliberate shift is made in how we see it. We are reframing when we see a problem as a challenge and can imagine...

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Pessimists seldom prosper

Pessimists seldom prosper

Lastt week’s blog article, as well as the next one, are based on my latest eBook, “A Positive Attitude that Gets Results,” soon to be published by Bookboon. Dr. Edward Creagan in his book, How not to be my patient, refers to research indicating that pessimists have a...

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