The Time Is Now
The How Is You
and yes YOU CAN !!!
Really learn how to accomplish your goals. Redefine your relationship with YOU! Who is managing you ?
If you are ready to fulfill yourself then get the next step instructions and tools that have helped so many people create the life they desire. You can manage you.
Read the book, gain the advantages like others around you each day. It's not a secret.
You Managing You
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Learn to GROW
And Increase Your CONTROL
Learn to THRIVE
Learn to PROSPER
And Increase YOUR INCOME
How is "successful" defined, judged?
Cash on hand? Depth of religion? Number of friends? Size of family?
A successful person is one who does not live day to day and week to week, but rather looks past themselves to where they might be going and adjusts themselves as needed to accomplish their goals. They are succesfully controling themselves.
Good, balanced self-control is the greatest level of success anyone could have for themselves.
You controlling you will build pathways for other goals and you can achieve any type of success you desire.
Read You Managing You & set yourself up to prosper.
"Always be aware of your attitudes: the good one, the bad one and the ugly one."
After 30 plus years of consistently accomplishing difficult projects, Robbin has gained a reputation for getting things done.
He is passionate about helping others achieve goals by focusing on the next step.
You Managing You
A PEEK INSIDE......
Learn proven methods to transform your thoughts into actions toward your goals minute by minute.
Activity sheets included to get your ideas down on paper and develop action plans to get your goals accomplished.
Step by step instructions on how to define and take action on your specific goal. Outline steps needed to accomplish your self defined goal.
Get you clear and focused on your priorities and take control of your time, habits, actions, priortites and confidence.
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"A very good read overall, it has a non-traditional format and it has simple truths that really can help you become a better you. Enjoyed it!"
"Wow... Looking over the book and the way it is set it all up . . . I think a lot of people can use this information."
- Diane S.
October 2019 - An impartial professional book reviewer says:
"It’s hard to stand out in a sea of books that all promise self-improvement and self-development. I must have read a dozen of them this year, and I already feel the self-help fatigue setting in. It would have been easy to bypass You Managing You by Robbin McCool, but the non-traditional format quickly drew me in. Using simple illustrations, pre-formatted note pages, and fonts of varying sizes and colors interspersed with traditional typeset text, McCool turned the quest for a better you into a fun and interactive experience."
“I’m not here to explain the why,” McCool says right off the bat. “I’m here to work with the who and the who is you.” All people have the same five tools at their disposal — time, habits, action, priorities, and confidence. Your success depends on how well you manage them. As promised, McCool provides some specific and practical advice. There are worksheets to help you plan for the day, week, and month ahead. He doesn't tell you to change your old habits, but he gives examples of better habits that you can adopt. There's a planner to help keep track of your actions and a guide to help you make a priority list. There are "you-affirmation" statements to bolster your confidence."
"McCool also has some intriguing ideas. “Forget self-improvement,” he says. “Think ‘you’ management.” He suggests SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) analysis, a technique commonly employed in the business setting, as a personal assessment strategy. Like other self-help authors, he advocates making a list of your goals, but he also discourages the use of technological aids at the start of the process. I’ve tried several note-taking and motivation apps before, and I agree that working with a tangible list leads to better results. Overall, I like how McCool grounds his “you-centered” philosophy in the idea that “you have to help yourself before you can help anyone else.”
December 2019 - A Kirkus reviewer says:
"This work by Robbin is appropriately described by the author as “NOT a ‘book’ book. It is a ‘you’ note book.” In fact, it may be one of the more nontraditional manuals to present self-improvement advice. Rather than follow the standard convention of a contents page or even chapters, this volume is divided into sections, each addressing an area of personal development, “Time,” “Habits,” and “Actions,” among them. While interrelated, the sections seem to stand alone as well, creating a kind of modular structure. Even within the sections, text and graphics are broken into smaller, self-contained chunks. For instance, the “Habits” section displays 11 huge headlined words, including “Think,” “Consider,” and “Practice,” on separate pages, along with an A to Z list of essentially positive behavioral adjectives, such as “admirable…authentic…brilliant…charming…skillful…talented.” The accompanying text generally discusses how to develop good habits."
The reviewer also said:
"Written in a free-flowing style, the book is peppered with a multitude of callouts, bold divider pages, oversized headlines, varying type sizes, color graphics, and places for readers to take notes. Featured here is a fairly heavy emphasis on list making. Clearly, the graphically chaotic book is designed to have both a visual and an emotional impact. The overall effect might be considered highly engaging by some and disconcertingly disjointed by others. Visually oriented readers who are willing to navigate this unusually formatted guide may find the content engaging. Still, this enjoyable, if scattershot, book delivers worthwhile tips on setting goals, establishing priorities, building confidence, and managing time, and provides a smattering of self-improvement advice on how to be more efficient and productive."