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  • Image of More Sales, Less Time
    Image of More Sales, Less Time

    Surprisingly Simple Strategies for Today’s Crazy-Busy Sellers

    by Jill Konrath

    Jill Konrath, a globally recognized sales consultant and speaker, delivers a unique productivity guide specifically for sales success. In More Sales, Less Time, Konrath blends behavioral research with her own deep knowledge of sales to teach you how to succeed in this age of distraction.

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  • Image of Work Without Stress
    Image of Work Without Stress

    Building a Resilient Mindset for Lasting Success

    by Derek Roger, Nick Petrie

    Stress is not a natural response to the pressures at work. It’s a choice that you make. Derek Roger and Nick Petrie offer a new approach to stress. It has to do with being resilient, flexible, mentally awake and in the moment.

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  • Image of Extreme Productivity
    Image of Extreme Productivity

    Boost Your Results, Reduce Your Hours

    by Robert C. Pozen

    In Extreme Productivity, author Robert Pozen reveals the secrets to workplace productivity and high performance. This book is for anyone feeling overwhelmed by an existing workload — facing myriad competing demands and multiple time-sensitive projects. Offering antidotes to a calendar full of boring meetings and a backlog of e-mails, Extreme Productivity explains how to determine your highest priorities and match them with how you actually spend your time.

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  • Image of Talent Is Overrated
    Image of Talent Is Overrated

    What Really Separates World-Class Performers from Everybody Else

    by Geoff Colvin

    What’s the real solution to the mystery of high performance? According to distinguished journalist Geoff Colvin, what really makes all the difference is a highly specific kind of effort, what he calls “deliberate practice.” It’s difficult. It hurts. But more of it equals better performance. Tons of it equals great performance.

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