The One Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Result by Gary Keller is a self-help book, which talks about eliminating distractions and focusing better on achieving what you want the most from life. This book also provides tips and techniques to help you achieve maximum happiness and satisfaction in all aspects of life like family, spiritual, work and personal ventures. Published on 4th July, 2013 by Hodder & Stoughton, the book is available in English language.
The discussion in the book revolves around techniques for eliminating distractions like everyday mails, messages, texts, tweets, etc., which often cause a lot of stress to you. Simultaneously, the demands of family life and work pressure can take their toll on you. Besides, there always exists the nagging tension of missing deadlines, getting fewer promotions, etc. On the other hand, there are many things that people desire, such as more productivity at work, better income, as well as more contentment from life, family and friends. The book tells you how you can reduce stress, overcome pressure, and eventually build momentum to achieve what matters the most to you.
Most of Gary Keller books are on real estate investing. He is the co-founder and chairman of Keller Williams Realty Incorporated, which is one of the biggest real estate firms across the globe. His best selling books, which have been New York Times bestsellers, have sold more than 1,300,000 copies combined. Real Trends magazine conducted a survey and voted him as one of the five Most Admired People in 2000. In the year 2012, Keller released The One Thing, his first non-real estate book, in collaboration with co-author Jay Papasan. This book received a lot of attention, given its interesting premise, which focuses on the one thing that needs to be accomplished, so that every goal in life becomes easier to attain.
Engaging and simple in its approach, Gary Keller's The One Thing puts forward various concepts that can be implemented in various facets of life to achieve extraordinary results. This 256 page hardcover book has the ISBN 10 number of 1848549601 and the ISBN 13 number of 9781848549609.