Today Matters Paperback

by John Maxwell

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Today Matters

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Now in TODAY MATTERS, motivational teacher and bestselling author John C. Maxwell shows you how to seize the day. In this hands-on and inspiring guide, he offers twelve daily practices to help you control your daily agenda, make time for people you love, and find success in your career. Start right now and learn how to: Prioritize your agenda-learn how to decide every day what's important to you and then get it done Stretch your creativity and thinking-generate new ideas every day to become a more valuable employee or boss Manage your money-every day, instead of letting it manage you Improve and build relationships-connect with others every day with Maxwell's easy how-to's Nurture your personal growth-find out how to make yourself more valuable every day, and enjoy the payoff tomorrow. And you'll find much, much more, including exercises at the end of every chapter to put these practices into your life as soon as possible. There's a great time to begin a more successful life. It's called today.

Today Matters by John Maxwell was published by Time Warner Trade Publishing in November 2006 and is our 15314th best seller. The ISBN for Today Matters is 9781931722520.

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Details for Today Matters

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherTime Warner Trade Publishing (November 2006)
Number of Pages312
Thickness23 mm
Height202 mm
Width134 mm
Product Code1225387
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