Smart to Wise was my hardest book to write, so far. And this includes the new book I have just sent to my publisher, Pearson, which is by far the most complex of my ten books to date. One of the reasons why Smart to Wise was so difficult to write was the discipline of […]

This is the first in a series of eBooks building on Smart to Wise. �Each will fill out an area of wisdom that there was insufficient space to address in the book. In this short, 5,000 word pdf format e-Book, I define what I mean by “emotional wisdom” and how it relates to the more […]

At the heart of my original book on personal time management, “Brilliant Time Management” was a simple principle: The OATS Principle. I originally planned to place it at the start of the book, but as the book took shape, I decided to make it the summary of much of what came before, rather than introduce […]

Three Hour MBA

If you want a stack of ideas to improve your management style � but you don�t have a year to spare:�The Three-Hour MBA.� Pick up more management tools in three hours�than you ever�thought possible. �Very informative especially if you have no formal business training.� Presented to help one modify their own ability to run their […]

This autumn has been an extremely busy time for me, and early in the autumn, I started�trialing�a new work-planning and organising system.� It is very simple and, my conclusion is, it works magnificently. It is based on an inexpensive stationery item, a simple multi-part folder.� In my case, I use a none-part file like this […]

One of my favourite websites is Quora. It is a site where anyone can ask any question that interests you. �And members will post their answers. �Members can also read the answers and promote or demote the answers to create a list of answers with those considered best nearer the top. One recent question was: […]

The Yes/No Book is doing astonishingly well – thank you. Firstly, it is reached number 15 in the W.H. Smith non-fiction chart in the week of�26 November and I am hoping it will stay well-placed in the chart for a good few weeks. Perhaps even more flattering is that it is sandwiched between the latest […]

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