Organize Tomorrow Today: 8 Ways to Retrain Your Mind to Optimize Performance at Work and in Life
Ever feel frustrated at your lack of progress – at work, at home, on goals or dreams? Of course you have and you probably already know how to fix it and all the things you are doing wrong. This book doesn’t really tell you anything new, but in its positive, upbeat approach, it collects all that wisdom you have heard from various places and puts it into an actionable, attainable method that works.
The authors offer eight discrete skills that anyone can learn, beginning with the most basic, most essential one: prioritizing. They emphasize that focusing on the process, and small improvements every day, are what will truly bring results. The book uses sports analogies and vernacular throughout, but it is not obnoxious; it also cautions you to attempt only one skill at a time, so you don’t get overwhelmed and, ultimately, fail. It is entertaining and readable, with great page layouts that highlight the important points; you will want to revisit it frequently to refresh your focus or to move on to the next-level skill. Put into practice, the skills outlined in this book can be life-changing, and get you to the level of performance you crave.
|Author||Jason Selk, Tom Bartow, Matthew Rudy|
|Page Count||240 pages|
|Publisher||Da Capo Lifelong Books|
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