Do More Great Work: Stop the Busywork. Start the Work That Matters.
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So why wait any longer to do Great Work? This is one of the best self-coaching books I've come across. The book is very readable, funny and useful. The exercises are very practical, simple and revealing. I've shared this resources with friends and colleagues and recommend it highly to anyone that is intending to focus more on what counts I readily gravitated towards the author's affable and precise style of writing.
He takes a topic that I have found difficult to understand, presented it in a way that has allowed me to grasp, and readily apply to my own circumstances.
Stop the Busywork!
Really an awesome book filled with very practical tools to find what makes you feel WOW in your professional life and how to do more of it. Filled with very effective exercises and graphics that makes you move and get where you want. Applies both to your professional and personal life.
A fun book, written with Michael Bungay Stanier's unique sense of humour. I highly recommend it. This book is terrific. It has tons of nifty tips and tools to get people more focused on doing their best work and being intentional about where they put their efforts. Withinn hours of dipping into it I was adapting one approach for a brainstorming session i was leading. It sounds liked a cliche but it really will replace several other books on my bookshelf.
I have already bought a couple of extra copies and given them away to friends and co- workers.
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This one will now be at the top of my list. It can be an award-winning ad campaign, a solo exhibit, a rite of passage, or anything memorable. The point is to see commonalities between these moments.
Do More Great Work: Stop the Busywork. Start the Work That Matters. by Michael Bungay Stanier
And to remember what that moment, or that day, felt like. Write down a string of 20 words on what being your best looks and feels like. Then do the same exercise for what being at your best does not look and feel like. Last, put them together: Working in groups, not working solo e.
Do More Great Work
Creating options, not following the rules. This can be family members, celebrities, brands, or even products e. Review Map 5 and select five areas in the outer ring. What part of the map do you naturally gravitate toward? This is a good place to start, and then refine your next great work into something specific and actionable.