Flight Plan: The Real Secret of Success; How to Achieve More Faster Than You Ever Thought Possible
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Flight Plan: The Real Secret of Success; How to Achieve More Faster Than You Ever Thought Possible

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You have the ability, right now, to accomplish more than you ever have before. In this powerful, practical audio book, Brian Tracy shows you how to plot your course to greater success and achievement. Life, Tracy writes, is a journey. And as with any other journey, you have to do more than just think happy thoughts about where you want to go. You need clear goals, plans, a...more
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Published September 2nd 2008 by Your Coach In A Box (first published January 1st 2008)
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In the introduction of Flight Plan, the author relays that during the course of the average flight the plane will be off course for 99% of the time. The pilots are constantly doing course corrections and adapting as needed for the conditions so that the flight will make it safely to its destination on time. It’s a sobering fact that relates well to business.

No matter how hard we try, we will find ourselves faced with challenges that need to be addressed. The longer we ignore or deny the problem...more
this follows up nicely with eat that frog.
what I enjoyed was learning from tour failures and using that to propell you forward
Paul Bard
Sort of a repeat. The conceit is that it's a contrast to a The Secret.
Brian Tracy says this book picks up where "The Secret" leaves off. That one tells you to think it. This one tells you how to make it happen. He has some great guidance on setting goals, and realistic advice on how hard it can be. He takes the whole idea of getting a flight off the ground and to its intended destination, and compares that to success in whatever it is you are trying to do. Planning, Starting, Adjusting as you go, Perseverance.
Gil Michelini
Brian Tracy wrote this as a response to Jack Canfield's "The Secret". Tracy's belief is that there are no secrets to success. It is like a flight plan one would follow to fly a jet.

As a student on Tracy, I can tell you there is nothing new in this book that he has not wrote or spoke on before but it is a new way of presenting the information.
You need clear goals, plans, and schedules to get from wherever you are today to wherever you want to be in the future. Like any good pilot, you need a flight plan that you file before you begin and that you use to guide you on your way.
Refrasing of ideas that one can find in most success-books. Be clear on you goals, have a plan, persevere. Not bad ideas, it makes a quick read, but don't expect much new stuff if you've already read about these basics.
This is his most compact set of best advice. I recognized much of it from previous woks. Tracy seems to have developed this as a response to The Secret. Anyone would be smart to follow this plan instead.
Aug 01, 2008 Jojo rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone
Recommended to Jojo by: School principal
A good book to help think through the qualities of a successful person and steps needed to take to become successful in life. Our school faculty is reading this book as a theme for the coming year.
Excellent review of goal setting behaviors -- the most important being that you have to pay the price of your goal and become a person who can accomplish what you're setting out to do.
Shaeley Santiago
Analogy of flying an airplane with goal setting for success in life. Lots of good questions and activities to do to clarify major life purpose and conquer fear. #bookaday
No bullshit, just practical step by step how to achieve your goal. It is more condense version of Brian Tracy other book "Goal Setting"
Very practical, action oriented book. I enjoyed the correlation of the act of a plane flying to reaching a goal.
Lori Lincoln
Set your goals and adjust the course of action when needed. Don't change goals, set them and achieve them
Hihgly motivating book, repeating in a way ideas from other success books, but the flow is good! Like it.
Kate Beston
Have as an audio program and another fantastic product of Brian Tracy. It utilises great analogies.
Usiere Uko
A roadmap to achieving what you really want through good planning and execution.
There were some good ideas on this audiobook, but nothing new, really.
If you fail to plan then you are planning to fail...
Venkat Bada
prior proper planning prevents poor performance
Philip Athans
Heavy on cheerleading, light on substance.
Nugra Sattana

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Really great for life time goals.
Ryan marked it as to-read
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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...more
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