Getting To A Good Place

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Do you ever feel like the world is asking about taxes, college funds, retirement, investments, children, grandchildren and you want to scream, "Come on man, I am just trying to get through TODAY!"

Getting to a GOOD PLACE focuses on PLANNING, PREPARATION, and PROTECTING a well balanced day; which will lead to higher productivity, independence and confidence. This book is the written version of speeches and workshops that have been presented to ...

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Overview

Do you ever feel like the world is asking about taxes, college funds, retirement, investments, children, grandchildren and you want to scream, "Come on man, I am just trying to get through TODAY!"

Getting to a GOOD PLACE focuses on PLANNING, PREPARATION, and PROTECTING a well balanced day; which will lead to higher productivity, independence and confidence. This book is the written version of speeches and workshops that have been presented to groups of all sizes across the United States in efforts to increase personal productivity.

Getting to a GOOD PLACE takes a casual, conversational approach to taking life one day at a time, but taking every portion of every day seriously. The ultimate purpose of the book is to reduce the impact of stress, worry, and distractions (SWD's) on your well planned day. It designed for every vocation, no vocation, or even a vacation. Whether at home, work, or play; by following the repeatable processes, you will develop a path that will give you the best chance of being at your best more often.

Planning Learn how to use the Productivity Matrix, check for a balanced day, and get the most out of your day with the Three Block System.

Preparation Learn the importance of preparation for stress reduction, how to add the "lagniappe" to make things extra special, capitalize on strengths while overcoming weaknesses, and hold it all together with humor.

Protection Learn the destructive nature of Stress, Worry, and Distraction (SWDs) and how to protect your day from them. Learn to recognize SWDs early and use a repeatable formula for reducing their impact on your well planned day.

For the new or seasoned sales person, that person starting a home based business, or anyone that wants to get the most out of every day without the destructive forces of stress, worry, and distraction;

Getting to a GOOD PLACE will empower you to take control of your day, every day.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781432788728
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/21/2012
  • Pages: 100
  • Product dimensions: 0.24 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 8.50 (d)

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