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- KurzbeschreibungA psychologist and work coach collaborate on a "cheat sheet" of practical ways to turn good intentions into action.<br />Whether you run your own business or work for someone else, you've probably got a lot on your plate. Unfortunately, much of it may not be all that appetizing. Along with the portion of your work that you truly feel like doing comes a generous helping of things you'd rather not do. As consultants, Steve Levinson and Chris Cooper have seen countless clients struggle--and often fail--to do the many success-producing things they know they should do but don't feel like doing.<br />The Power to Get Things Done will teach readers how to consistently turn good intentions into action so that they can be as successful as possible in the work they do . . . whether or not they feel like filing tax forms and making follow-up calls. The book offers a host of practical solutions including: the correct way to think about and treat good intentions, the three key principles of following through and simple but powerful principles and strategies that will make it easy for readers to solve big problems quickly.
- AutorSteve Levinson
- VerlagPenguin LCC US
- Seiten208 Seiten
- Gewicht146 g
- LeseprobeFOREWORD<br />Whether you're in business for yourself or you work for a company, the better able you are to do what you intend to do, whether you feel like it or not, the more successful you're likely to be. Without a doubt, the ability to turn good intentions into action is one of the most valuable assets that anyone who is serious about success can have.<br />Clearly, however, some of us are naturally better at this than others, and a rare few are even blessed with built-in unstoppable determination; they are veritable productivity machines. For them, there's no space at all between a good intention and the action it calls for. If they decide something should be done, they just do it-whether they feel like it or not.<br />But what if, like most of us, your determination is anything but unstoppable? What if you're not naturally driven to instantly turn every good intention into action? What if, like most people who want to be successful, you sometimes-maybe even often-know exactly what you should do but still put off doing it, or do it without the enthusiasm and energy it takes to do it well, or never even get around to doing it at all?<br />What can we do about this? How do we make ourselves do the things we know we should do but don't feel like doing? Are you simply doomed to settle for less success?<br />With this book, Levinson and Cooper provide the answers to these questions and more. They explain that just because you may not be a natural-born success machine with built-in, unstoppable determination, it most certainly does not mean you have to settle. You can improve your ability to turn your good intentions into success-producing action, and no, you don't need a brain transplant, a personality transfusion, or years of therapy. All it takes is knowing how to improve by learning and applying a few simple, clever principles, concepts, insights, and strategies.<br />The premise of The Power to Get Things Done is quite exciting when you really think about it. Just imagine what a difference it would make to be able to do the success-producing things you know you should do even when you dread doing them. Whether procrastination is built into your nature or it simply gets the best of you from time to time, no longer will you fall victim to it. No longer will you think yourself into inaction on a project or fall into the rut of doing nothing for fear that what you do won't be perfect.<br />If you're serious about being successful, you can make your own unstoppable determination whenever you need it! If you ask me, there couldn't be a more priceless investment in your own future.<br />-IVAN MISNER, PHD,<br />New York Times bestselling author and founder of BNI<br />INTRODUCTION<br />Whether you run your own business or work for someone else, you've probably got a lot on your plate. Unfortunately, much of it may not be all that appetizing. Along with the portion of your work that you truly feel like doing comes a generous helping of things you'd rather not do. Yet to be successful, you obviously can't just do the things you're eager to do. You also have to do the things that you don't feel like doing.<br />You probably truly intend to do most of the unpleasant things that you decide you should do. But do you actually do them? In other words, do you follow through ?<br />Really, do you?<br />You see, how well you follow through matters. It matters a lot. If you're not consistently doing the things you know you should be doing, you're simply working against yourself. Yes, you're in your own way. You're preventing yourself from being as successful as you could be.<br />How do we know? Steve is a clinical psychologist, inventor, entrepreneur, and CEO who specializes in helping people follow through on their own good intentions. Chris, who describes himself as a "business elevationist," is a business consultant, executive mentor, and coach who d
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