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We all know someone who constantly misses appointments, forgets things, shows up late, and produces sub-par work. Despite intelligence and good intentions, his life is a constant struggle. Imagine this individual. How do you feel about him?
We all know someone else who is always on time, overly prepared, and calm. Everything she produces is well-thought-out and polished. Despite a busy life and demanding responsibilities, her life seems easy. Imagine this person too. How does she do it?
Where do you fall?
Most of us are somewhere in between. Though the person who “has it together” may be naturally organized, you too can learn strategies that level the playing field. Just five small adjustments (and a little practice) can make you more focused, punctual, and responsible, setting you dramatically apart from the bumbling, terminally distracted masses.
In this short, simple book, you will learn new and innovative ways to reduce risk and oversight. You will learn how to improve the quality of everything you do. You will eliminate the most common problems that affect the events and actions that collectively make up the narrative of your life. In the process, you will eliminate a good deal of stress and negativity.
About Become Better at Everything: Get It Together is the third book in the Become Better at Everything series, which is dedicated to productivity, personal performance, and total individual improvement. Would you like to be able to remember almost anything you learn—no matter how complex—for the rest of your life? Would you like to be able to effortlessly solve complex math problems in a matter of seconds, using only your mind? Would you like to drastically increase the amount of free time in your life? Would you like to become more reliable, organized, and steadfast in your beliefs and convictions?
Become Better at Everything breaks down the mechanisms that "naturally intelligent" people use to learn, remember, and approach problems, and shows you how to employ these mechanisms yourself. By formalizing and optimizing the methods by which you procure, process, retain, and apply information, you can essentially learn to become smarter. In doing so, you will positively alter both your self-confidence and others' confidence in you.
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Matthew Canning is a Philadelphia-based technologist, author and speaker. He writes and presents on technology, memory, leadership, productivity, and a wide range of other topics. Twitter: @MatthewCanning Website: www.matthewcanning.com
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Book Description Influxa Media Group, The, 2015. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 46 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.11 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk0692425691
Book Description Influxa Media Group, The, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0692425691