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Simplify your life and achieve more as a result.

Contains proven techniques used by a leading business coach.

Our work and personal lives are cluttered and all over the place – this book provides tips and techniques to overcome that.

Part of the bestselling “Concise Advice” series – stylishly presented (with diagrams and illustrations) and easy to understand and apply.

Each tip is supported by exercises and lessons to help the reader make a breakthrough.

BOOK DETAILS

Publisher: LID Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-911498-11-7

FORMAT: 180 x 120mm

Bookbinding: Hardback

Number of pages: 144 pp


AUTHOR

Simon Tyler is the author of The Impact Code (part of The Concise Advice series) and is a much sought-after business coach who works with some of the worlds leading companies.


REVIEWS

In a complex world, Simon’s techniques for simplicity and cutting through to what really matters always make decision taking so much easier and results so much better. He is astute, perceptive and his brilliant toolkit works – small changes add up to a massive overall improvement.

Alison Straszewski, Deputy Treasurer, TSB Bank plc

Over the years I have been working with Simon, his insights, rules of thumb and often interesting and quirky exercises have helped immensely! Tools to help me put my thoughts in order and challenges in perspective, and to think through how my actions will affect the business. Most of all Simon has helped me identify and be true to what really matters, and through this book, many others will have access to some of that help.

Terry Watts, International Business Director, Activate Learning

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