Organize Tomorrow Today
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Organize Tomorrow Today

How to become more productive and consistent over time

Behind every great performance lies hard work, consistency and concentration. Just like a sports team doesn't win the league only because of their talents, so do successes in the business world require commitment, preparation and clarity. Organize Tomorrow Today is the result of an effective mix of a series of techniques used by world class athletes and business coaches, a method that everyone can apply to their daily lives to get the results they are hoping for. The book is a manual that can offer solid advice on how to become more productive, achieve results, and keep going long-term without falling into the ever-looming trap of procrastination and complacency. 

Organize Tomorrow Today
Read in 17 min.
Listen in 21 min.

There is a fine line between sports and business coaching

The players of the best teams around the world are practically all at the same level, in terms of training, intuition, and physical qualities. Very often it is only a psychological component that makes the difference between a victory and a defeat, and this is why athletes use mental performance coaches. 

When a sports coach met with a financial consultant, the Organize Tomorrow Today method was born, a method which aims to provide useful and practical tools to improve productivity and everyday performance, which can be used by anyone, and is particularly popular in the business world. The world of sports and business have many similarities, especially at higher levels, and this is why the techniques that this success method entails can easily be used in both.


The key ideas of "Organize Tomorrow Today"

There is a fine line between sports and business coaching
The human mind has enormous power, but it can only process seven concepts at a time
Start with the basics and allow yourself the time you need: a method to take back control and change your life
Urgent and important are not the same thing: organising today what you need to do tomorrow helps you set priorities
Choosing wisely means knowing how best to invest your energy
Maximising your time means creating more of it, making the most of breaks between one task and another
Myth: it takes 21 days to create a habit
A correct self-assessment of your performance helps put you on the path to success
Talking to yourself helps find the motivation to keep going in any given situation
Being an able public speaker: communication is an essential part of relationships
Choosing what type of person you want to be and getting into action, avoiding any pitfalls
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