Attack Your Day!: Before It Attacks You

Attack Your Day!: Before It Attacks You

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by Mark Woods, Trapper Woods
     
 

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Smarter time management for a whole new world: faster, more flexible, and easier! Mark Woods' activity-based Attack Your Day system has helped thousands of individuals supercharge their productivity – in work and business, in school, and throughout their personal lives. Now, it's your turn! Attack Your Day's five crucial "activity

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Smarter time management for a whole new world: faster, more flexible, and easier! Mark Woods' activity-based Attack Your Day system has helped thousands of individuals supercharge their productivity – in work and business, in school, and throughout their personal lives. Now, it's your turn! Attack Your Day's five crucial "activity management" skills and 101 productivity strategies can help you achieve unprecedented levels of effectiveness, as you move relentlessly towards achieving your most important goals in life. You'll learn how to dramatically improve the way you choose and prioritize your activities… organize your day so it's inherently more productive… make sure the most important tasks get done… overcome procrastination once and for all… know how and when to "turn on a dime" in response to events, without sacrificing focus or efficiency… learn how and when to say NO to interruptions. You're always doing "something": make sure you're doing the right things at the right times the right way, and you can transform your life!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780133352856
Publisher:
FT Press
Publication date:
10/24/2012
Pages:
224
Sales rank:
1,230,959
Product dimensions:
5.56(w) x 7.87(h) x 0.59(d)

Meet the Author

Mark Woods is a successful entrepreneur, author, business owner, motivational speaker, and training consultant. He has a strong passion for helping individuals and organizations achieve their true potential.

Throughout his career he has held leadership roles with several organizations, implementing process management solutions to assist in new business development, branding, marketing, training, and client acquisition.

His engaging style combined with practical solutions connects with audiences on an emotional level. Mark’s presentations are punctuated with stories, real-life experiences, and anecdotes that ignite life-changing energy in those who experience his programs.

Mr. Woods is CEO of Woods Group Incorporated, a training and business development firm specializing in activity management, goal setting, work-life integration, and personal productivity.

Visit his websites at www.markwoods.info and www.attackyourday.com.

Trapper Woods (1935-2010) enjoyed a career that spanned more than 40 years and was also known as “Father Time.” Trapper was an executive leader, corporate consultant, company president, business owner, and internationally acclaimed speaker.

A professional member of the National Speakers Association (NSA), Trapper was the recipient of the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation, the speaking industry’s international measure of professional platform skills.

For 23 years, Trapper was a speaker and a leading spokesperson for Day-Timer, a subsidiary of ACCO Brands Corporation. His engaging style is the result of his fundamental belief in the goodness inherent within each person and the value of diversity.

He traveled more than 2 1/2 million miles influencing tens of thousands of people in more than 350 corporations throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the Caribbean.

His favorite geographical spot in the world was Snowbird Resort in Utah where he loved to experience nature.

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Attack Your Day!: Before It Attacks You 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
capiam1234 More than 1 year ago
I got lucky and saw this as a free purchase on amazon and grabbed it. I'm an advocate of the GTD process and thought if I could gain even one take away from this then the more the better. I actually took away quite a few ideas and was pleasantly surprised. The authors ideas seem very similar to the GTD process so it didnt contradict anything I currently follow, but some of the methods such as taking 30 minutes prior to your day to organize and plan all of your buckets has helped me a lot in mentally preparing for the onslaught of tasks that I face on a regular basis. Compared to doing the weekly mind sweep found in GTD, this just helps keep the focus and has energized the determination to take my day on. Now the book is short and does come up a little dry and I would have given this a 3 star rating, but he included at the end 101 ideas that he has gathered from other sources and himself and this addition gave me a couple of more nice ideas. So over all for the contribution of overall poroductivity ideas, this is a great addition to anyones time management library.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
87 page of encouragement and simple common sense ideas to get you going, I read it in small bites each day. Easy to apply. Great ending to keep with you.
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It was a thriling book about death.
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My name is Sonny and I've made many mistakes. I put salt in a mixed drink instead of sugar. I let a bookshelf fall on me and rupture my internal organs. But, the worst mistake I have ever made is buying a book. Never buy books, especially NOOK books. They corrupt us by giving us bad ideas and making us lazy. They are worse than TV and video games. Don't get free samples and/or free books. No book is worth your $0 or more. Books are bad. DO NOT EVER EVER EVER BUY BOOKS!!!!!!
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I just came across this while looking for free books
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Okay then.