Your Best Just Got Better: Work Smarter, Think Bigger, Make More

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 5, 2012 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
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Imagine if your best just got better every single day

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.

Readers will:

  • Understand the fundamentals of workflow and the principles of human performance
  • Arm themselves with the tools and the processes to get more of their work done, on time, with fewer resources, and with less stress

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.


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User Review  - GShuk - LibraryThing

This is a decent time management audio. As expected he covers the standard time management material with a few good take aways and goes into the importance of a social network. I was surprised that 15 ... Read full review


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Improvement and Pacing
Improvement and Time
Improvement and SelfEfficacy
Improvement and the Social Network
Improvement and Tracking
Improvement and Purpose
Make More
Improvement and Focus
Improvement and Practice

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JASON W. WOMACK is CEO and founder of the Jason Womack Company, which provides customized training on workplace performance. As an executive coach, he shows clients—managers, employees, and entrepreneurs—how to work smart, think big, and make more. Coaching hundreds of individuals and traveling extensively, Jason has facilitated more than 1200 Workplace Performance workshops.

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