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Earn What You're Really Worth: Maximize Your Income at Any Time in Any Market

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One of the most important assets you have is your earning ability: your ability to do something that other people will pay you for. This asset can be valuable and increase each year, or it can be stagnant and flat.
Your greatest financial responsibility is to organize your time and your work so that you earn the very most possible throughout your  lifetime. Earn What You’r
Hardcover, 272 pages
Published March 6th 2012 by Vanguard Press (first published August 16th 2011)
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Jan 04, 2013 Kat rated it liked it
This book started out good but that was about it. The more I read it the more it reminded me of Reinvention (see my review). It seems like he copied and pasted exact stories from Reinvention. (I don't know which one came first). Anyway like I said the beginning was great but the rest was not so great.
Brian Tracy is good at motivating people to be better employees but that is not what I am looking for right now. I thought this book would give me concrete ways to maximize my income not ways to wo
Jun 12, 2017 Jordan rated it really liked it
Great book on how to take your game to the next level, but there is a large portion on finding a new job and it just wasn't relevant to me at this time
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Apr 13, 2015 Tony Bradshaw rated it it was amazing
Brian Tracy seems to be about whole life not one specific thing. The book is full of advice about a well rounded life.
Some could say there are minor incongruities. For example, he suggests you gain a greater balance in your life by spending less time at work using evidence that someone went from working 60 hours a week making $50,000 and then focused more and was able to make ?$150,000? while working 30-35 hours a week. His arguments is that you give quality time at work and spend more time wit
Jul 04, 2012 AGC rated it it was amazing
The many tips and principles to success that Brain Tracy talks about are so simple and obvious, yet so many people miss out on. This book really helped me focus on what's most important and how to advance in our careers and life. Although his background is mostly in business and sales, Tracy makes sure the information he conveys are transferable among all professions.

The book reads very easily (I finished this book in a day), and he repeats and repeats many ideals and principles, so by the end o
Jul 26, 2013 Melanie rated it liked it
Some good tips, but fairly repetitive and a bit contradictory. Brian Tracy states that you should work at least an additional 2 hours each day, read for at least 1 hour per day a book related to your professional career, listen to audio programs daily, work through lunch, don't visit with colleagues and maintain a work life balance and be super friendly to everyone, oh and don't forget to volunteer for everything while maintaining the important relationships in your life. He goes so far as to st ...more
Sandra Soetanto
May 02, 2012 Sandra Soetanto rated it liked it
To motivate you to keep moving, Brian Tracy’s books are a great engine. Provide some facts and sayings, this book keep telling the readers that in order to reach success (in this book, he associate success with earnings/income), someone should work extra hard to continuously improve themselves, to be able to stand out the crowd. Although the message is somehow general, the way he writes and convinces the readers with his witty sentences serve well as a reminder for the people on their learning s ...more
Eric Elegado
Jan 06, 2016 Eric Elegado rated it liked it
The first part of the book could really get annoying. He keeps on repeating the things he's already said and/or the things I already knew. But when the book reaches the practical part, I began to appreciate the topics. I'd say readers should hold on until the after-100 page maybe. The author offered practical tips on how you can really become a much better person with high value in the employment market. It wasnt very idealistic and I appreciate how I was challenged by the book to improve my own ...more
Christopher Lewis Kozoriz
Read an hour in your field every day. ~ Brian Tracy, "Earn What You're Really Worth"

I listened to this audio book in my car. The great thing is that Brian Tracy is the voice on the least on the program I had.

Brain Tracy shares strategies, skills and techniques for increasing your income and being more valuable in the marketplace. There is much gold in this program and if applied can help you fill your treasuries of wisdom and knowledge in respect to earning what you are really wor
Joseph Young
I was initially annoyed at the salesmanship at the beginning, the flawed logic, and half-false promises. However, the meat of the book mostly redeemed the introduction. The book provides decent feedback on how to succeed, mainly in an office environment. I did feel like parts were too geared towards sales, but I guess that's what makes many persons money. Overall, it provided several good techniques besides just the motivational, though reconciling the sometimes contradictory advice may force yo ...more
Aug 16, 2014 Lynn rated it it was amazing
Shelves: work
This book deserves being read over and over. Tracy puts conversational energy into the book, so you feel you're having a conversation with him. And not just any conversation, but an intense, high powered conversation on how he can help you.

I think this book is a Godsend. It's not something you should rush through. I read it twice randomly switching pages, and I still feel like I should re-read it again.
May 18, 2016 Hamza rated it liked it
This is not a negotiation book, more like a general career advice and productivity book
Jun 04, 2013 William rated it liked it
Shelves: non-fiction
Unlike some of other of Tracy's books, this book seems hurried and thrown together with a lot of concepts from his earlier works.
Sep 15, 2012 David rated it it was amazing
Excellent. I read the book or should I say colored it. After highlighting the things to go bak to the page are very colorful. This will be a reference book as i begin to build a new career.
Jun 17, 2013 Erika rated it really liked it
It's a bit repetitive but I think that is what makes the message stick.
Nov 05, 2016 Laura rated it liked it
A little repetitive and not much substance. It does have action lists that are helpful. It's a very positive book and motivates that way.
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Brian Tracy is Chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International, a company specializing in the training and development of individuals and organizations.

Brian Tracy has consulted for more than 1,000 companies and addressed more than 5,000,000 people in 5,000 talks and seminars throughout the US, Canada and 55 other countries worldwide. As a Keynote speaker and seminar leader, he addresses more than 2
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