Your Best Just Got Better
Imagine if YOUR Best Got BETTER every single day.
4 Important Tips You’ll Learn
1. Work smarter. Successful people set a clear direction to move in. How smart they work depends on how well they know them- selves, how clear their goals are, and how they are using their time.
2. Build and sustain habits that lead to productivity. Three significant characteristics of lasting change include sustainability, consistency, and pacing.
3. What is in the way, what is along the way? To manage time effectively and achieve their goals, people must manage where they direct their attention.
4. Practice does not make perfect, it makes comfortable. People must return to the fundamentals and practice them. They must also beware of practicing an art until it is “perfect” as they may be doing it “perfectly right” or “perfectly wrong.”
“ Jason Womack has emerged as a new and exciting voice in the world of professional development. “YOUR BEST JUST GOT BETTER” offers an action-oriented and powerful set of resources leaders can use to improve themselves and help others achieve their greater potential.
DANIEL H. PINK, Author of Drive and To Sell Is Human
“ Jason offers unbelievably practical advice for getting time back. I’ve been able to implement his suggestions and see an immediate difference in how much more I’m able to accomplish in a workday. The changes have been simple to make, Jason’s instructions are clear, and the impact is absolute. As the HR Director of an organization, I look forward to sharing his strategies with my team so that they can maximize their potential.
KRISTEN KIRKLAND, PH. D., HR Director, Every Mother Counts
“ This inspiring book is a must-read for entrepreneurs and knowledge workers alike who want to grow their impact without losing sight of their core purpose.
CHRIS GUILLEBEAU, NYT bestselling author of The Happiness of Pursuit
“The early bird may get the worm, but “Your Best Just Got Better” readers learn how to get the whole enchilada. From identifying MITs (Most Important Things) and visualizing your Ideal Day to best utilizing the 96 15-minute blocks in every day, this book is chock full of practical advice. If everyone read this book and implemented just one thing, the world would be a better, calmer, more productive place. As Jason says, “Forget about ‘Just Do It!’ Instead, Just Get Started!”
LORRI FREIFELD, Editor-in-Chief, Training Magazine