The One Success Habit (You Can't Do Without)

B & B Media Group, Inc. sent me this book to review.  I can honestly say this is the best time management tool I have ever encountered, and I've read and tried myriads.
Perhaps it is because the author, Dr. Fred Ray Lybrand is a fellow Alabaman and speaks my language.  (As an Auburn fan I've forgiven his allegiance to U. of Alabama)  Reading this book was almost like sitting across the table at a coffee shop with Dr. Lybrand.  I felt that I was having a conversation with him.  He doesn't try to wow anyone with big words or complicated concepts.  From his definition of success; "Success is achieving what is meaningful to me through the use of my best talents; without violating the rights or freedoms of others and without offending God." to his application of the three essentials in planning; "I Will, I May, I Will Not", the author leads us on a no-nonsense path to an uncomplicated life.

I've already recommended this book to several colleagues and family members.  I plan to keep it within easy reach on my desk until I've mastered the process of developing my own system and creating the habit of keeping my eyes on the objective and leaving the extraneous behind.  The words of an old song come to mind; "You've got to accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative, and don't miss with Mr. In Between."


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Bill Cole,

Thanks much! You are a gentleman and a scholar...War Eagle (I'm feeling sympathy).


Fred Ray Lybrand ( )

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