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The 700 Habits of Highly Ineffective People

And How You Can Avoid Falling into Them

Jonathan Biggins (author)

ISBN: 9780522853650

Publication Date: Oct 2007

Format: Paperback

Shows you the wasteful and niggling habits that success-challenged people fall into in their personal, business and creative lives. Covering all aspects of modern life, from choosing a mobile phone plan to a life partner, this book pinpoints where the second-raters go wrong so you can go right.
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At last, this is a self-help book for those people who can't be bothered to help themselves to free coffee. How many times have you wanted to unleash the power within but simply couldn't face even the thought of all that effort? "The 700 Habits of Highly Ineffective People" can make you a better person simply by telling you what not to do. You don't have to hack out a path through the jungle of modern life - someone else has already done that for you. All you need is a guide to point out the traps and the pitfalls, the poisonous plants and the fresh dung. Tread carefully and you can reach your goals! Beneath its humorous exterior, "The 700 Habits of Highly Ineffective People" is filled with common sense, showing you the wasteful and niggling habits that success-challenged people fall into in their personal, business and creative lives. Covering all aspects of modern life, from choosing a mobile phone plan to a life partner, this book pinpoints where the second-raters go wrong so you can go right! Don't go to all the tiresome effort of emulating the habits of winners - simply lose the habits of losers.
Illustrations Illustrations
Pages 192
Date Published 30 Oct 2007
Publisher Melbourne University Publishing
Subject/s Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure   Self-help & personal development  
Jonathan Biggins is a writer, theatre director and broadcaster. Jonathan hosted Critical Mass, a weekly arts review programme on ABC TV, is a columnist for The Age's Good Weekend magazine. His first book, As it Were, has just been published. He is also a regular guest on Spicks and Specks.

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