The Lazy Winner How to Do More With Less Effort and Succeed in Your Work and Personal Life Without Rushing Around Like a Headless Chicken or Putting in 100 Hour Weeks

The Lazy Winner How to Do More With Less Effort and Succeed in Your Work and Personal Life Without Rushing Around Like a Headless Chicken or Putting in 100 Hour Weeks

Peter Taylor

Language: English

Pages: 75

ISBN: 2:00231031

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The Lazy Winner builds on the concept of 'productive laziness', developed in Peter Taylor's bestselling The Lazy Project Manager, which encourages people to apply more thought before leaping in to action and throwing effort at a problem or task. There are much better ways to progress in work and in life. With better planning readers can ensure that they are Lazy Winners and achieve success in what they do at work and in life—more impressive results with the minimum of effort.

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