Suggested weekend reading:
If you struggle with accomplishing what you need to do each day and achieving
the results you want, then Organize Tomorrow Today will help you rethink your approach. It's not really a typical "time management" book, as the title seems
to suggest. The authors, Dr. Jason Selk and Tom Bartow, take readers through
eight strategies that even individually could improve daily results that impact
your work and life. If you have to pitch or sell ideas to another person (and who doesn't?) this content can help you. Many will enjoy the sports examples proving
the strategies' worth, but even if you aren't really into sports, it's a good read. Usually, a book on this topic spends a good amount of time discussing the knowledge behind the strategy or it's purpose. Selk and Bartow provide their information in simple lingo that encourages readers to implement these strategies, mastering them one at a time with action. If you want to improve productivity, energy, and reduce stress in your career and life, it's worth reading.