Organize Tomorrow Today
8 Ways to Retrain your Mind to Optimize Performance at Work and in LifeBook - 2015 | First Da Capo Press edition.
"How do elite athletes and star business leaders alike achieve their peak performance? Effective habits, rather than innate talent, are the keys to success in work and in life. Now, prominent sports psychologist Dr. Jason Selk and star business coach Tom Bartow combine the most effective elements of both their disciplines to offer an organizational improvement plan that anyone can learn and apply right away. They've seen what works and what doesn't, and their Organize Tomorrow Today program condenses those success patterns into a streamlined set of core habit-building principles anyone can use. OTT is made up of eight simple, concrete, easy-to-understand rules: 1) Organize Tomorrow, Today; 2) The Multitasking Myth; 3) Creating Time; 4) Building (and Breaking) Habits; 5) Beating the Excuse Mindset; 6) Finding Your Fuel; 7) The Art (and Science) of Evaluation; 8) The Two-Minute Mental Toughness Drill.These rules work together as a performance improvement plan for both work and life--but you don't even have to master them all to get a benefit. The key to high level success is to pick one thing to change and master it. Then, over time, you can build on it, one step at a time. The rules are simple and straightforward, but this isn't some kind of "get-rich-quick" plan. You'll have to put in the work and change some habits to see improvement. It isn't any different than building your body in the gym, or improving a sports skill through practice. In Organize Tomorrow Today, you're getting your success pattern blueprint--a complete plan that builds on the little victories and establishes the long-term productive habits that will let you take control of your time and your life"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Boston, MA : Da Capo Lifelong Books, a member of the Perseus Books Group, 
Edition: First Da Capo Press edition.
Copyright Date: ©2015
Branch Call Number: 158 SELK
Characteristics: xxiv, 211 pages ; 22 cm