It’s that time. You know it well. Lay out the goals, plan your work and work the plan to make the next year awesome.
One of the ways to help prioritize is learning from those who do it well. And while I called Tim Sanders’ "Today We Are Rich," my best read of the year, I’m here today to tell you briefly about "18 Minutes" from Peter Bregman.
Bregman, a business and leadership consultant and writer, offers a "process for prioritizing your day in three steps that take 18 minutes over a nine-hour workday: Set your plan for the day, refocus every hour, review how you spent your time."
It’s a great read and one that will help you get around challenges and gain traction on what matters most in your life. "18 Minutes" is the perfect read for this time of the year, so I thought I’d share it with you.
We all need tips, tricks and more focus in our lives, so as you head into next year I truly suggest that you join me in reading Bregman’s book.
Enjoy, and here’s to 2012!
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