Smart Choices: A Practical Guide to Making Better Decisions. As the author of the "One Minute" series of books, Spencer Johnson has maintained his style of short and mostly conversational story telling with "Yes or No" to convey the art of making decisions.
Smart Choices: A Practical Guide to Making Better Decisions. Set as a story of a weekend hike with a number of professionals all looking to improve the same abilities, the main character uncovers a very clear and sensible approach for making any decision. The book is short enough to be read in an hour. The content and dialog is somewhat dry and hokey at times.
The bestselling co-author of "The One Minute Manager" (more than 3 million copies sold) provides "an entertaining approach to making decisions. Human Resources" magazine"This book is essential. Human Resources" magazine"This book is essential reading. You can read it on a plane ride and apply the lessons immediately. -Jack E. Bowsher, former Director of Education, IBM. "Dr. Spencer Johnson has the rare ability to be interesting, provocative and succinct. My admiration is complete. Norman Vincent Peale, author of "The Power of Positive Thinking" show more.
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The "Yes" or "No" System lets us: focus on real needs, versus mere wants. create better options. see the likely consequences of choices. Spencer Johnson is an internationally respected thought leader and number one bestselling author whose insights help millions of people discover simple truths they can use to have healthier lives with more success and less stress. He has often been called "the best there is at taking complex subjects and presenting simple solutions that work. From Publishers Weekly
SAMUEL JOHNSON is the only British author, as far as I know, to have been burned in effigy on American soil . But these are the abstractions of political theory
SAMUEL JOHNSON is the only British author, as far as I know, to have been burned in effigy on American soil - in Massachusetts, in 1775, in response to his pamphlet ''Taxation No Tyranny. But these are the abstractions of political theory. In practice circumstances alter cases, and Johnson plainly failed to grasp (as the Whigs he reviled did not) the nature of the problem he was dealing with, the evolution of the American colonies to a point at which they could no longer be treated as dependencies. A warning, perhaps, against the kind of ironclad ''realism'' that often finds it easier to detect an opponent's fallacy than to adjust to a new reality.
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British-born, Bondi-based personal trainer James Smith appeared on Good Morning Britain today . The PT appeared on Good Morning Britain today where he claimed we need to return to 'grassroots' methods of weight loss. He said: 'I use the word fat, but I don't go around calling people fat.
The PT appeared on Good Morning Britain today where he claimed we need to return to 'grassroots' methods of weight loss. 'In the same sense that if you see a homeless person, you might give them a couple of pounds - but you don't feel the need to say "You're really poor mate".
Mr Johnson also occasionally betrays his ivory tower pedigree with allusions to classical history or the arts, while Mr Trum. oes not. Both men also have taken unusual paths to power - the American through his real estate and reality television celebrity, and the Brit by being a sharp-tongued. Both men also have taken unusual paths to power - the American through his real estate and reality television celebrity, and the Brit by being a sharp-tongued journalist. Yet he found a path around them. Media playback is unsupported on your device.
HOOVER: Oh, yes, yes, the president would no doubt have been hit. Johnson suspects that Cuban leader Fidel Castro . Johnson suspects that Cuban leader Fidel Castro was a player in Kennedy's murder. But, as he says on the tapes, if Americans blame Castro or Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, the country could demand a retaliatory attack upon Cuba or the Soviet Union and ""check us into a war that can kill 40 million Americans in an hour. Johnson's key political financier George Brown of the Houston construction firm Brown & Root and Houston Chronicle president John Jones have asked LBJ in January 1964 to overrule antitrust restrictions against a Houston bank merger.
Author: Spencer Johnson. Publisher: HarperCollins. Location: Section Shelves.