Making Your Best Better?
I know, I know, things are good. I mean mostly good, right? You've got some work lined up next week, some projects your workin' on over the summer, maybe even a getaway (or full-on vacation) on the calendar. So, why focus on getting better?
It seems natural to want tomorrow to be better than yesterday. Looking around, there's probably SOMEone you know who's lookin' to get better. (Any doubts, just tune in during the Summer Games in London!) I don't know about you, but when I see someone excelling at something I ask... “How did they do that?”
The most recent review of the book
Recently, I heard that Rex Williams (thanks!) wrote up a wonderful review of the book. Here's what he says:
“In a world of constant multi-tasking and increased demands on our time that we either place on ourselves, or is placed on us by others, we crave some kind of magical time and space where the rest of the world just stops, so we can focus on getting things done and catch up.”
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