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Book Title : Psycho Cybernetics Deluxe Edition
Author : Maxwell Maltz
Publisher : Penguin
Release Date : 2016-12-06
Pages : 336
ISBN : 9781101993125
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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A magnificent, deluxe edition of one of the greatest and top-selling self-help books ever written, suited to a lifetime of reading, rereading, notetaking, and display. Since 1960, Maxwell Maltz's Psycho-Cybernetics has sold millions of copies in dozens of editions and gained the loyalty of generations of artists, athletes, and high achievers who atrribute their success to the book's mind-conditioning program. Maltz's avowed admirers ranged from artist Salvatore Dali to first lady Nancy Reagan to actress Jane Fonda. Now -- in the only edition featuring Maltz's original, unexpuragated text -- Psycho-Cybernetics joins TarcherPerigee's highly successful line of Deluxe Editions in a keepsake volume that can be treasured for a lifetime. Psycho-Cybernetics Deluxe Edition features: shrink-wrapped, vegan-leather hardbound casing; acid-free paper; gilded page edges; ribbon place marker; o-card with vintage cover art; marbled endpapers; gold-stamped lettering on the casing; a bibliography of Maltz's work; and the original 1960 text, which is available nowhere else.

Book Title : Psycho Cybernetics
Author : Maxwell Maltz
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 1989-08-15
Pages : 282
ISBN : 9780671700751
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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Previously published Wiltshire, 1967. Guide to personal health and success

Book Title : FT Guide to Lean
Author : Andy Brophy
Publisher : Pearson UK
Release Date : 2013-02-14
Pages : 320
ISBN : 9780273772316
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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Learn how to make your company more efficient, increase customer value with less work and make better use of your organisation’s resources by implementing a Lean management strategy. The Financial Times Guide to Lean is a guide to the tools that are used to implement Lean, showing you how to apply Lean practices fully into your organisation or company. This book offers a comprehensive and objective look at lean strategy and how it can be tailored for different companies.

Book Title : No B S Time Management for Entrepreneurs
Author : Dan S. Kennedy
Publisher : Entrepreneur Press
Release Date : 2013-09-16
Pages : 240
ISBN : 9781613082454
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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In 2004, Kennedy took on the world of cell phones, PDAs, faxes, emails and every other communication device that pervade the lives of entrepreneurs and suggested when to tap it, and when to give it the heave-ho. He delivered a fresh take on the mantra “time is money” and showed entrepreneurs how to maximize their time to better manage their business. However, times have changed and so has the technology. In this latest edition, Kennedy tackles the technology of today and delivers new insights and tools for boosting personal productivity in keeping with his “less is more” approach. New material includes how to outsource, buying experts, expertise and time. Kennedy covers virtual assistants, errand-running services, and the far-reaching scope of activities and tasks people are paying others to do for them. Kennedy also adds two new chapters discussing how to get more accomplished by leveraging cooperative relationships, why goal setting (and New Year’s Resolutions) fails and how he manages achievement.

Book Title : Lost in Perfection
Author : Vera King
Publisher : Routledge
Release Date : 2018-07-16
Pages : 198
ISBN : 9781351717915
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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The permanent struggle for optimisation can be seen as one of the most significant cultural principles of contemporary Western societies: the demand for improved performance and efficiency as well as the pursuit of self-improvement are con-sidered necessary in order to keep pace with an accelerated, competitive modern-ity. This affects not only work and education, but also family life, parent–child relationships and intimate relationships in respect to the body and the self, in regard to the public as well as the private realm. Bringing together contributions from renowned scholars from the fields of sociology, psychology and psycho-analysis, this book explores the impacts of optimisation on culture and psyche, examining the contradictions and limitations of optimisation, in conjunction with the effects of social transformations on individuals and shifts in regard to the meaning of ‘pathology’ and ‘normality’.