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In Your Best Just Got Better, productivity expert Jason Womack teaches readers 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 ...
In Your Best Just Got Better, productivity expert Jason Womack teaches readers 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.
Making your best better won't happen overnight, but learning how to effectively manage just a few critical success factors lead to an effective workday and an overall successful professional career.
Part 1 Work Smarter 1
1 Improvement and You: Identifying Your Role in Making Your Best Better 3
2 Improvement and Pacing: Building and Sustaining Habits That Lead to Productivity 29
3 Improvement and Time: Get the Most from 1 Percent of Your Day! 49
Part 2 Think Bigger 71
4 Improvement and Self-Efficacy: If You Think You Can, You Probably Can 73
5 Improvement and the Social Network: If You Want to Go Far, Fast, Go Together 91
6 Improvement and Tracking: What Is in the Way, What Is Along the Way? 109
7 Improvement and Purpose: Clarify and Promote Your Own "So That . . ." 129
Part 3 Make More 153
8 Improvement and Feedback: Knowing How to Ask for It and What to Do with It 155
9 Improvement and Focus: The Resource That Affects All Others 179
10 Improvement and Practice: Practice Doesn't Make Perfect, It Makes Comfortable 201
Posted June 20, 2012
Why would you ever settle for less ?
Why would you ever settle for less ? This is a very real and serious question for most people. If you could do better and should do better – why would you not make the pursuit of doing better? For most, it’s because they don’t know how or they don’t have a success model to follow.
Jason Womack has written a masterpiece. In a marketplace that is bombarded with motivational books and resources, “Your Best Just Got Better,” is head and shoulders above the others.
I loved it – and am reading it for the 2nd time as I post this !
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Posted December 8, 2013
Have you ever had a day at work when your best was just not good enough?
Jason has taken a large body of knowledge about personal development, time management and
productivity and packages the information in a way that allows you to see how focusing on the
development of your strengths is your best strategy for success.
Each chapter stands alone as a primer for working on some aspect of how you can truly function
with your most valuable resources: your time, your energy, and your ability to focus on the things
that really matter to you.
A neat reference book that is worth buying for your library! You will go to it many times as you seek
to improve your life as well as the way you work. He makes it absolutely clear that mastery in one area
of your life is bound to spill over in to others.
Posted December 5, 2012
Most people can imagine their ideal day, but what would it take to make your perfect day – or parts of it – come to life? Jason W. Womack, an executive coach and workplace performance trainer, tells you how to change your habits and make your ideal day a reality. Womack identifies some commonsense ideas about how to “work smarter, think bigger and make more.” While few of his ideas are revolutionary, they add up to a compelling prescription for breaking through barriers that hold you back. getAbstract recommends Womack’s well-constructed collection of sound, practical, life-improving advice to anyone seeking increased efficiency and productivity.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.