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Dr. Jason Selk helps well-known professional and Olympic athletes as well as Fortune 500 executives and organizations develop the mental toughness necessary to thrive in the face of adversity and achieve elite-level results. Tom Bartow, following a career as a winning college basketball coach, became one of the country's top financial advisors and is now one of the premier business coaches nation-wide. Together, Selk and Bartow reveal the secrets of how both elite athletes and business leaders climb to the top.
In Organize Tomorrow Today, two of the top minds in human performance come together to deliver the pathway to extreme success. Doing more is not the answer, and Selk and Bartow walk you through how to achieve more by doing less. There is a huge difference between knowing something and understanding. There is an even wider gap between understanding and doing. Highly successful people never get it all finished in any given day; however, they always get the most important things completed. Selk and Bartow offer the 8 fundamentals of doing what it is most important. OTT will show you the performance gains that athletes, executives, and salespeople spend tens of thousands of dollars to achieve.
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May 20, 2017
I heard about this book through Brian Johnson's Philosopher's Notes. While this felt like a very "male" book (two male authors, lots of sports analogies, lots of examples with male professionals), I found this really useful. Some parts I already knew - they have a great section on communications...
December 16, 2015
In Organize Tomorrow Today, the authors break out their program used to train world-class athletes for peak performance. Have you ever taken a class or even garnered best practices for productivity from articles and books, but they didn’t seem to help? The authors of this book tackle productivity...
February 28, 2016
I recently finished reading Organize Tomorrow Today – 8 Ways to Retrain your Mind to Optimize Performance at Work and in Life by Dr. Jason Selk and Tom Bartow. This book couldn’t have come at a better time for me. My emails have been piling up at work. Projects keep coming with more and more deta...
June 14, 2016
Finished this in two hours at the library. Fortunately 'enhancement' books like these with a system to work are easy reading - but doing them of course is another matter altogether of course. Theres no reference to things like GTD (time management) or understanding trauma (why we feel or act the...
September 22, 2016
Like many self-helpy, productivity books, this is a bit repetitive and a bit drawn out, but it has some great strategies that you may want to try on for size. The Organize Tomorrow Today strategy is my favorite and one I'm really already doing for the work to-do list. When will I finally choose m...
January 31, 2016
This book has great chapter summaries to get exposed to a good chunk of the content of the book.
1) Around 4pm identify your most important tasks for tomorrow using pen and paper
2) Its not important to pack your days with as many things as possible, its about making sure each day...
May 05, 2017
This is probably the best self-management / personal effectiveness book I've ever read. In a marketplace filled with tips and tricks and trash, this book provides specific, clear, actionable advice, insight, and tactics. I will buy a copy for myself and I might gift copies to some friends and col...
May 12, 2017
Short and sweet, effective and practical, Organize Tomorrow Today is a workbook to a productive life. Dr. Jason Selk and Tom Bartow, two renowned performance coaches, teach effective techniques that decrease your endless to-do list to the few things that matter most. Too many people fool themselv...
July 25, 2017
control your mind and talk with yourself in a positive fashion. Always remember to focus on the solution rather than on the problem. And even when you’re at the top of your game, never forget the process that got you there.
March 20, 2017
of marginal utility