Author: Brian Tracy

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Unlocking Your Creativity

By: Brian Tracy I began studying creativity more than 20 years ago. I thought it was an ability that was possessed by a few, especially intelligent people, such as artists and writers and scientists. But...

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Thinking Like A Winner

By: Brian Tracy After studying the research done in cognitive psychology over the last 25 years, I’ve come to a simple conclusion: The degree to which you feel in control of your life will largely...

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The Virtual Project Team

By: Brian Tracy When I began studying time management some years ago, I was amazed to discover that all great accomplishments are the result of multi-task jobs. Everything worthwhile is achieved by a variety of...

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The Rejuvenating Power of Relaxation

By: Brian Tracy Most successful people can be characterized as having very high levels of energy. Since energy is the fuel with which everything is achieved, there seems to be a direct relationship between energy...

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The Power of Positive Self-Talk

By: Brian Tracy Perhaps the most powerful influence on your attitude and personality is what you say to yourself, and believe. It is not what happens to you, but how you respond internally to what...

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The Law of Saving

By: Brian Tracy One of the smartest things that you can ever do for yourself is to develop the habit of saving part of your salary, every single paycheck. Individuals, families and even societies are...

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The Discipline of Reading

By: Brian Tracy Some things in life are optional, and some things in life are mandatory. Taking your next vacation to the Caribbean is optional. Building a personal library and becoming an excellent reader is...

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The Definition of Wealth

By: Brian Tracy If you want to be wealthy, you must understand what wealth is. Here is the best definition of wealth you will ever find. Wealth is “Cash flow from other sources.” Make Your...

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The Courage to Take Action

By: Brian Tracy Perhaps the greatest challenge that you will ever face in life is the conquest of fear and the development of the habit of courage. Winston Churchill once wrote, Courage is rightly considered...