I learned more about editing and speaking clearly to my audience. For those who like to have a routine would find the book helpful. Using simple yet illuminating techniques and snippets of wisdom from the author as well as innovative thinkers across the globe, the book shows us how to overcome personal tragedies, bring positivity into our lives, and even how to manage personal finances. Reflecting on knowing yourself, developing goals that align with your values and strengths, writing them down and posting them someplace where you will see them often is an all-powerful technique for achieving personal success. That has never worked for me because if I jump right into a writing or editing project, I am distracted wondering if I'm overlooking an important email or significant phone call.
Buy Think Smart Not Hard to begin shaping your destiny today! Discover a roadmap for navigating your successful, fulfilling future. We subtract the current highest buyback offer from the book price in order to show you the estimated total price after you sell it back. The choice is yours, and yours alone, but don't say we didn't give you the option! On a pragmatic level, it is an excellent manual for anyone in business, or pursuing a career, or a passion, which is pretty much everyone. The author has even organized them into chapters built around common themes for ease of use. Roy Huff is an interesting author with an exceptionally eclectic past. My own life with its many challenges over these past 74 years continues to be both successful and happy based on living such advice and in reading his compilation discovered a kindred spirit sharing them.
However, the majority of the principles are self-serving with the ultimate endeavor of being your ideal self at the cost of everything and everyone else. Repeat your main point between paddings and you can easily crank out 200 pages. Some of the principles may work for you, and some may not. So the advice is not nearly as useful This book if one adheres is a sure method to achieving the desires whether happiness or goals leading to them. We give the book Think Smart Not Hard all five stars. They are like the prescription drugs of the University.
It turned out to be a good decision. Throughout the book, Roy encourages the reader to take action. By entering phrases or keywords from the comments section to the left, and separating them by a comma we will strip those results and show you the next cheapest item. True story accounts are helpful in self help books as the accounts give the reader of an example. Roy Huff's book is not preachy. I was pleased to see that the author recommended that you find your most productive time of day and work on your important task then.
The book may or not be for you but certainly someone you think who needs it can be introduced to it. His success was not linear. I must be honest with you, I was sceptical when I was proposed to read this book. Roy Huff is a Hawaii based author, research scientist, and teacher. I also do like reading other people's experiences because it helps me relate to their experiences.
During my seven-plus decades of life, I have read many self-help books, but at my age I am not nearly as interested in setting goals and striving for success. It helped me see that there were smarter ways of looking at problem, challenges, and ideas. However, unlike other books in this category, this is one I could see myself coming back to as a refresher, so I definitely recommend it. Much of the advice is common sense. Review by author As our name suggests, we spread the inspiration of authors. Everest, circumnavigating the globe, traveling into space, and discovering the secrets of the universe. I have learned how to do that.
For others in my family it became all consuming and created anger and bitterness. I was drawn to this book by the title--Think Smart Not Hard. His straightforward, no frills, and encouraging writing style will help readers see the opportunities they have to make positive chang Roy Huff's humble beginnings give him a unique perspective on overcoming trials, setting and achieving goals. The principles take a non-relational approach. Want to know the real cost of your book? I really had to force myself to stay with the read.
True, some, if not all, of the key principles we have heard before. If I had to sum up Think Smart Not Hard: 52 Principles to Success and Happiness, I would say it is about being mindful in all aspects of your life. Roy Huff's humble beginnings give him a unique perspective on overcoming trials, setting and achieving goals. Each principle is well thought out and explained to the reader. Now, it doesn't necessarily mean you have to abide through the 52 key principles. However, I never applied all the things I learned. That is unless you talked about teaching.