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Susan M. Heathfield

You Can Improve Your Productivity and Performance

By October 13, 2013

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Are you interested in improving your productivity and performance? I am, so I've read lots of books and even tried out some of the techniques recommended by various authors. When I did this email interview with Jason Womack (pictured), I emphasized that, if my average, in the sense of typical, reader had to do a whole lot of work to implement his ideas, it wouldn't happen because of the busyness of your lives.

So, he stuck with tips and ideas that you can implement right now without changing your accustomed ways of doing things too much. The eight tips, of his many, that I've featured in today's article, are all ones that you can implement - right now. As I write this blog post, I am considering starting this week.

If nothing else, Jason's one tip about pouring all of the things that I am thinking about out of my mind, is worth its weight in gold. You know those niggling, naggling little threads of thought that are constantly running around in your head? Get them on a list so that you address them, rather than feeling as if your life is all loose ends. My interview with Jason gives you seven more tips.

Jason is an executive coach at The Jason Womack Company and author of the book, Your Best Just Got Better: Work Smarter, Think Bigger, Make More, (pictured). (Compare Prices).

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