"Jason Womack teaches you not to settle for your ′best′ but to keep the target moving forward. With his help, break through and do better than you ever thought possible, in every area of your personal and professional life."
Keith Ferrazzi, bestselling author of Never Eat Alone and Who′s Got Your Back
"A lot has been written about peak performance the power of clarity, focusing on positive outcomes, time management, relationships, and mastering self–talk. Jason Womack is one of the very few that pulls it all together in a practical, actionable, and meaningful way. Your Best Just Got Better is a blueprint for finding true balance and meaning, and achieving your best in life and business."
Matthew Hately, VP Strategy, Macadamian
"After working with Jason for the last ten years to help my teams achieve the next level of success and effectiveness, I was thrilled that his new book offers a unique perspective along with actionable strategies to maximize the impact you can have in your business, your community, and your life."
Russ Stalters, Director, Information & Data Management, British Petroleum
"Jason′s ability to help people focus on the most important things is a game–changer for personal productivity. His ability to help de–clutter our thought processes and work with more intensity and intention is invaluable. Pick up this book. Read it. Digest it. Read it again. It could change your life."
Tony Wilson, CEO/Founder, Teamcorp, and Performance Coach to Australia′s leading athletes and executives
Part 1 Work Smarter 1
1 Improvement and You: Identifying Your Role in Making Your Best Better 3
2 Improvement and Pacing: Building and Sustaining Habits That Lead to Productivity 29
3 Improvement and Time: Get the Most from 1 Percent of Your Day! 49
Part 2 Think Bigger 71
4 Improvement and Self–Efficacy: If You Think You Can, You Probably Can 73
5 Improvement and the Social Network: If You Want to Go Far, Fast, Go Together 91
6 Improvement and Tracking: What Is in the Way, What Is Along the Way? 109
7 Improvement and Purpose: Clarify and Promote Your Own "So That . . ." 129
Part 3 Make More 153
8 Improvement and Feedback: Knowing How to Ask for It and What to Do with It 155
9 Improvement and Focus: The Resource That Affects All Others 179
10 Improvement and Practice: Practice Doesn′t Make Perfect, It Makes Comfortable 201