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New Book: The 4 Disciplines of Execution

Friday, August 17th, 2012 | Execution, FranklinCovey News, The 4 Disciplines of Execution | 1 Comment

4DX Book

4DX Book

Focus is a natural principle. The sun’s  scattered rays are too weak to start a fire, but  once you focus them with a magnifying glass  they will bring paper to flame in seconds. The  same is true of human beings—once their  collective energy is focused on a challenge, t  here is little they can’t accomplish

-The 4 Disciplines of Execution by Chris McChesney, Sean Covey and Jim Huling

Since its introduction in the spring of 2012, The 4 Disciplines of Execution has garnered critical acclaim from business leaders around the globe. This book is full of memorable gems and real business insight that can help any company achieve superb results—regardless of the goal.

FranklinCovey is happy to announce that 4DX, a #1 National Bestseller, is now available to you for a limited time at 45% OFF the retail value when purchased from

Simply use the following promotional code at checkout: 4DIS2012.

It will only take you the first few pages of reading 4DX to realize you have come across something capable of profoundly changing the way you set out to manage your busy schedule every single day. “Discipline 1: Focus on the Wildly Important” teaches us that trying to push too many goals at once will usually result in a mediocre job on all of them. As you approach your seemingly never-ending list of things to do, 4DX teaches that you can still maintain all of your goals as important, but right now, you have only one or two wildly important goals that are owed your finest diligence and efforts. In 4DX, this is called managing the whirlwind of your day-to-day job.

Many people who have read 4DX have come to the same conclusion: Before they learned to manage the whirlwind, their minds were like a giant cloud with a lot of great ideas and worthy goals, but no real structure. Now, after implementing the book’s teachings, their minds operate like a clean flow chart with strategic intent and clearly defined finish lines—and all that is from just one Discipline!

We strongly suggest that you take the time to read the free chapter available online while you are waiting for your discounted copy of The 4 Disciplines of Execution to arrive. In addition to introducing you to The 4 Disciplines, the book also gives you a structured, comprehensive approach to installing 4DX in your team and organization.

Happy reading and good luck!

1 Comment to New Book: The 4 Disciplines of Execution

September 6, 2012

I just picked this audio book up from Barnes & Noble and I am blown away! I read quite a bit of material on similar subjects, and nothing (so far) has actually hit the nail on the head like this one has.

My only question is- There is mention of worksheets in the book. Since I bought the audio book, it didn’t come with any worksheets. Where can I get these?

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