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Your Next Best Moment Is Today: Streamline Your Time with "The Efficiency Journal"


Sometimes you can't see the forest through the trees...luckily, there's help.


If your day is anything like mine, it's a hot mess. A never-ending cycle of carpool, lacrosse practice, work, menu planning, and don't even get me started on the "battle of the bulge." Sometimes, I think I should take out stock in Spanx.


Fortunately, once in a while a tool come along to help you find order in the chaos. Life performance coach and author Misha Saidov, brings one of those tools to the table today: The Efficiency Journal. In it, Saidov guides readers to work smarter, not harder, and negotiate life more smoothly and efficiently.


Read more about his book below and enter the $10 Amazon/BN Gift Card giveaway!


Synopsis:


This journal, created by renowned coach and psychotherapist Misha Saidov, will help you

become the hero of your own life. It was created to assist you in setting important goals,

reaching them, and winning. It will support you along the way, especially when you find yourself lost or confused. The Efficiency Journal will help you stay on track.


You don't need to schedule your day by the minute. If you want to succeed, you only need to

complete three key daily tasks, set goals that fit into 12-week sprints, and honestly reflect on

your results once a week.


You will learn to manage your energy and analyze your actions, achievements, and

experiences.


The result will be a formed character, created by daily volitional actions.


What's Inside?


– Weekly and daily planning sheets

– Space for summarizing weekly results and for reflection

– Wise thoughts and tips along the way


Any goal is reduced to daily tasks will be achieved, no matter what.


Who Is It For?


For those who want to succeed in business, improve themselves, move forward, maintain their

motivation and eliminate distractions.


Many of us have meaningful ideas that could change the world. Without embodiment, they will

remain just a dream. A dream about the future.



 

Excerpt


Peter was born with achondroplasia or dwarfism. He dreamed of becoming an actor his entire

life. Yet, in the world of theater and film, there are very few roles for people with dwarfism. They are usually offered jobs as clowns or leprechauns. After finishing school, Peter could not get even a single proper role as an actor. Since he needed to make a living, he found a low-paying position processing applications. Peter spent six years at this job and was constantly depressed and drunk on the weekends. At the age of 29, on one of his sober days, he promised himself that he would find work as an actor, and it did not matter where. He got a role in a play in a small theater. This role led to another under the direction of the same playwright. That one, in turn, led to another, and so on. Peter never again processed applications.


You may recognized Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister from Game of Thrones, one of the most

popular television series of all time. The day Dinklage decided to quit the job he hated, his heart pounded in his chest out of fear about the future. In his early years, he endured a lot of criticism and failure, but gradually, Dinklage built his brilliant acting career.


So what are you waiting for?


If you work 8–10 hours per day and commute to and from work for about 90 minutes, you will

spend more than 75% of your adult life either sleeping or working.


Life is short. If you have a dream, the best moment to start making it a reality was yesterday.

The next best moment is today.



 


 

Author Bio:


Misha Saidov, a life performance coach and author, is the founder of IMCP (Institute of

Metacognitive Programming) and Think Meta, a coaching company that conducts 4000+ client sessions per month.


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Marianne Judy
Marianne Judy
10 apr. 2023

Thanks for hosting!

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