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.
About the Author
Jason W. Womack, an executive coach and trainer and the CEO and founder of the Jason Womack Company, has given more than 1,200 seminars on workplace performance.
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3 years agoa good approach, easy to read and applicable.
3 years agoIt's a decent take on, how you should approach your work. You can evolve your own process for improvement, there are enough clues in the summary to expand your thought process.#getbacktoschool #getbacktowork
3 years agoDay3 : "Work Smarter, Think Bigger, Do Better " maxim says it all how to be effective and productive at any phases of life . #getbacktoschool #getbacktowork #ilovegetabstract
3 years agoInteresting summary to be efficient and effective ... I was wondering on a point that expanding social network is very good thing ...however due to current overflow of info and vulnerability due to exposing too much personal info, isn't this become obstruction or distraction thereby posing challenges?
3 years agoI am not a fan of Jason Womack - he seems to have developed a knack for churning out rudimentary, run of the mill material that seems to be completely out of touch with the realities of workplace.
3 years agoVery good, pointing out what important things to do to improve productivity.
5 years agogud article gives clarity how to be focused on MIT's
6 years agoVery interesting concept to manage in 15 minute increments. Allows the ability to prioritize as well as adjust when the unexpected comes in.
7 years agoWomack's ideas seem plausible to incorporate into my day without (too) much fuss. I am excited to give "working smarter, identifying my MITs and focusing to finish" a try! Slowing down right now, is an interesting but foriegn concept that I am looking forward to.
7 years agowe all know this, but he re-surfaces some very interesting points that really can improve your workflow
8 years agoSome fantastic points to help you focus on those things that are most important.