BRIAN TRACY is one of the world’s foremost authorities on success and achievement and the bestselling author of Eat That Frog!, Goals!,
Maximum Achievement,and more than 70 other books, which have been translated into dozens of languages.. The chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International,
a company specializing in the training and development of individuals and organizations,
Tracy has consulted for more than 1,000 businesses and has addressed over 5 million people in 5,000 talks and seminars he has given about personal and professional development topics throughout the U.S.,
Canada, and 70 other countries.
He speaks to 250,000 people each year on subjects ranging from personal success and leadership to management, creativity, and sales. Tracy lives with his wife and four children and serves as president of three companies headquartered in Solana Beach, CA.
The Major Principles of Success in Military Battles
The business world is essentially a battle ground.
You continually compete against uncertain forces at work and even in your personal life.
To conquer these forces, you can apply the principles that lead to success in the military to your business and home.
Think of yourself as a military leader and learn to act like one, since these qualities and behaviors will help you exercise leadership,
improve your ability to get ahead in your career and increase your chances of achieving victory under all circumstances.
Although it’s an overused metaphor, top business speakers and best-selling author Brian Tracy show how you can apply battle-proven methods to achieving victory in the world of business.
While many of the principles sound familiar, Tracy’s presentation is lively and well organized. He covers the importance of having objectives, getting the facts, coordinating your activities,
daring to go forward, concentrating your forces, conserving your resources and having one person in charge. He uses battlefield illustrations to remind us of these principles.
He also draws on ancient and modern historical accounts of battles to illustrate the close connection between victory in war and in business. If your approach to business hinges on careful strategy