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In Your Best Just Got Better, productivity expert Jason Womack shows you that working longer hours doesn't make up for a flawed approach to productivity and performance. Workers need to clarify their habits, build mindset-based strategies, and be proactive. Womack's signature workplace performance techniques offer specific strategies to consistently and incrementally improve performance. Learn how to maximize your four most limited resources - time, energy, focus, and productivity tools - to build solid and sustainable workflow habits.
Your Best Just Got Better will help you identify your role in making your best better. Through strategic, iterative change, you can become more effective and efficient at work and in life, making time for the things and the people you love.
Womack's powerful advice will show you how to:
Set goals and take consistent, calculated action toward achievement,
Invest 15 minutes every day to make your best better,
Reflect on your achievements and let them power you towards your next goal,
Build a strong, productive social network,
Track your use of your limited resources - time, energy, focus, and your systems and tools, and
Test new practices with the Five Day Experiment.
It's time to work smart and think big. But how smart you work depends on how well you know yourself, how clear your goals are, and how well you're using your time. By applying just a little focus to when you're at your best, you can improve how you get things done. Make your best better, and make new things possible today.
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By Michal on 07-17-12
Best ever book about productivity
I've read or listen many books about productivity. Authors like David Allen, Leo Babauta, Michael Hyatt - all of them are great. But Jason Womack wrote different book. It's very natural, motivational, calling to take action book. Author takes into consideration not only day to day work, but also relationships, way of attending meetings, etc. Advices incorporated in this book aren't so overwhelming as in other productivity books, so listener doesn't feel preessure or guilt about non-productive behaves.
Performance is very fluent and attractive. Listening narrator is so natural, that listener may think, that this book is readed by author.
I've listened this book with a lot of pleasure, and now i'm going to read it. Book worth every credit/dollar.
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