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:

Shop less, toss more.

Shop less, toss more.

The logical place to start when you decide to limit the stuff in your home or office is at the source – shopping. If you have a broken water pipe, you do not start by mopping the floor, you turn off the water. In the same way, if you can resist those needless trips to...

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Exercise your body and your brain.

Exercise your body and your brain.

Last month I started a series on being proactive when it comes to your health.  Where proactivity is most important is in the maintenance of brain health.  Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia can get its foothold in your brain 20 or 30 years before you have any...

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Engage in lifelong learning

Engage in lifelong learning

Never be satisfied with a formal education.  The real learning starts upon graduation.  The usefulness of the information you receive before and after graduation is directly proportional to the number of years you spend in the workforce.  I believe this, because...

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