Organize Tomorrow Today: 8 Ways to Retrain Your Mind to Optimize Performance at Work and in Life
by Dr. Jason Selk, Tom Bartow, Matthew Rudy
Have you ever taken a class or even garnered best practices for productivity from articles and books, but they didn’t seem to help? The authors of this book tackle productivity issues in a much more logical way. Skill mastery is achieved through repetitions, one step at a time. That might not be new, but how we get to mastery level could be. We learn that lining up a set of skills we want to improve and bombarding ourselves with compulsions to master all of them, is a recipe for failure. This program works on the premise of choosing one thing at a time and being accountable for that one thing until conquered. The authors explain the concept of channel capacity and how so many professionals try to change too many things too quickly. They over-stuff their channel capacity.
2016 is getting close. This would be a good year to try a new tactic to mastering some new skills. You can read a full report on the book here. https://bizcatalyst360.com/organize-tomorrow-today-8-ways-to-retrain-your-mind-to-optimize-performance-at-work-and-in-life/
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Great advice and required reading here!
Thank you Dennis! The full book review has a beautiful home at bizcatalyst360.com.
Jane, thank you for this inspiring book review. I learned a lot as I read the link you included. It’s timely advice as we enter a New Year soon.
Christmas Blessings ~ Wendy
I’m glad I have the book. Wendy, but I tried to cover it to give everyone some hope for mastering three things this year. Thanks for reading and clicking through to the link. All my book reviews are over on that site.
I’ve added the book to my Amazon wishlist. 🙂
I hope you like it.