So, You Want to Improve? Great!

The story behind The One Success Habit is that I finished the book two summers ago and wasn’t satisfied with one essential thing…I really hadn’t build my system.  There is a day coming when I’m going to show it to you all…and teach you how to do it.  It isn’t THE answer (you get to figure it out for yourself), but it is definitely AN answer…that works pretty well for non-Steven-Covey type personalities like me! The Free WORKBOOK for The One Success Habit (You Can’t Do Without) is ready.

If you have the book, click below for your free copy:

The Free One Habit Workbook for Book Owners
(Note: The password is the last word of Chapter 7)

If you don’t have the book, go get it:

Get the One Success Habit (You Can’t Do Without)

By the way…I hate spam too…I will never (ever) share your email with anyone.

Also, I’d love to hear your thoughts and questions below!  -Fred Ray Lybrand

14 thoughts on “So, You Want to Improve? Great!

  1. Looking forward to this book . . . . .I may be reading it before I get the workbook . . . .but, I guess that means I’ll just need to read it again!!
    My girls truly learned so much from The Writing Course. We are going thru it again together. . . . . first time for me, probably 3rd or 4th time for my girls!!

    Blessings,
    Denise in KY

  2. Sarah dropped me this kind note recently—

    Hi Fred,

    I have read many books on productivity and I have to tell you that I agree that I have never seen this advice before. I really enjoy the part on honesty and resistance.

    I am not done reading yet but when I am, I will write an Amazon review for you. I think your book is excellent and I can’t wait to get through it. I am already evaluating my to-do list with a new eye.

    Thanks for sharing…!

    Blessings,

    Sarah

  3. The investment of a couple of hours reading The One Success Habit led directly to the completion of a few huge jobs, because Fred Ray Lybrand encourages total honesty and the complete rework of the dreaded “do-list”. Readers will soon see how he clarifies its role.
    Being overwhelmed by the extent of some of my spare-time projects (one of ’em was prepping and painting the entire exterior of our house!), and rather bogged between some of the preliminary tasks, I applied Fred’s book to my situation. It showed a clear way forward.
    Now with the house painted to perfection, and then few other things knocked off the list as well, I’m rather grateful for one Fred Ray Lybrand!
    The momentum arising from getting projects completed in a focused manner has made this such a productive month for me.
    Other things did come up, of course, but for the most part I stuck to a VERY simple plan. It is better not to be distracted from the actual work by ineffective planning, and better not to feel defeated by long, long lists.
    It’s surprising how much can be done with One Success Habit, and can see now how I was rather inefficient without it.
    I thoroughly recommend this book! -MrsMum

  4. Dr. Lybrand’s book “The One Success Habit: You Can’t Do Without” is simply excellent. The book is a compact/fun read that explains a method to make you more productive. Not only will the system improve personal productivity and time management, it will make you feel more valuable. After reading it, I immediately wanted to read it again. The principles are so simple (yet profound), that they almost go unnoticed. Dr. Lybrand once again has communicated things that we all talk about in a way that we can actually understand and apply to our daily lives. I have read many time-management books and have found that some but not all of the principles apply. There is one universal “to-do” in this book and it works! Read it.

    • Peg,

      Thanks for the cheers 🙂 our aim is to offer some online training…so stay tuned!

      I do think the Workbook is really helpful…give it a good workthrough.

      Don’t hesitate to post questions.

      Blessings,

      Fred Ray Lybrand

      P.S. If you get a chance, post a kind review on Amazon 😉

  5. Fred,

    Hope you’re doing well. Must admit that until yesterday I’ve been down for about 10 days with the flu. Went back to the office yesterday for a while — energy much better today.

    I got your book in the mail yesterday (or at least I found it in my mailbox yesterday) and read it cover to cover last night.

    Fred, very good work! You gave me a fresh way of thinking about a Will-Do list rather than a To-Do list.

    Proud to say that I said, “Ok, Lybrand! I’ll give you your 21 days and try this thing out.” The only thing I haven’t completed today on my Will-Do is to download your free system on the internet (or whatever it is). That will get done later today.

    To be more specific, the decisions needed to be made at a CEO level take more prep and thinking — which can lead to procrastination if I don’t attack that tendency all the time. I’ll continue letting you know how your book will put at least another billion dollars in my pocket over the next several weeks.

    Again, and sincerely, thank you for…writing.

    Marty Scirratt
    President and CEO | The Brooks Group
    http://www.brooksgroup.com

    Top 10 Sales Training Company 2012 – SellingPower Magazine
    Celebrating 35 Years in Business

  6. Hi Fred,
    I am reviewing The One Success Habit through The B & B Media Group. In the book you say the free workbook is (not will be) available on your web site. I find it is not yet available. When I blog my review in a few days, what shall I tell my followers about the workbook? When will it be available?
    Joan

  7. Fred,
    I have another question. You say I can just give my name and email address to receive the workbook when it is available, however, the form will not let me do that. The form requires mailing address, phone number, etc. So, do I have to give all that information to receive the free workbook or just my name and email address as you say on this page?
    Joan

  8. Just read the book and did a review on my blog. This is without doubt the most practical, helpful book I’ve read on time management and productivity. As an Auburn fan, I can even overlook the references to ‘Bama’ (lol)
    Thanks for the book. Looking forward to getting into the workbook and building the One Success Habit into my life.

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