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How To Manage Your Mammoth: The procrastinator's guide to getting things done

Wendy Jago

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Prose: non-fiction, Business & management, Business ethics & social responsibility

The accessible guide to getting any job done, no matter how big and daunting. You can manage that mammoth!

HOW TO MANAGE YOUR MAMMOTH draws on a single coaching technique, 'bite sizing', to help you manage issues and tasks that you find difficult, overwhelming or impossible. You can use bite sizing to break down a difficult task or build up to a goal.

Experienced psychotherapist and coach Wendy Jago draws on her work with business professionals worldwide in the banking and commercial sectors, to provide a user-friendly guide packed with short, snappy exercises to help even the worst procrastinators.

HOW TO MANAGE YOUR MAMMOTH will cover:
* How you naturally approach problems: do you hone in on the details/specifics straight away, or do you think of a problem in its entirety rather than its parts?
* How much energy and stamina do you have to draw on: what is your natural attention span? The book will show you how to work with your natural energy and attention levels and not against them.
* How we unintentionally create mammoths and how we can avoid doing so.
* What to do when other people in your life have a different way of managing tasks that conflicts with your style. How do you work together to get the job done?
*How much can be achieved in very small chunks of time, known as twenty-minute miracles.

HOW TO MANAGE YOUR MAMMOTH is the ultimate book for anyone who has the tendency to procrastinate.

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Praise for How To Manage Your Mammoth: The procrastinator's guide to getting things done

  • I read this book and instantly had a list of people I wanted to share it with. It provides some simple, powerful and readily applicable ways to deal with the most common roadblocks we human beings run into in both our professional and personal lives. This is a must-read for anyone and everyone. - Alan Fine, co-creator of the world-renowned GROW coaching model and author of the New York Times bestseller You Already Know How to Be Great

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Wendy Jago

Ian McDermott is a leading consultant and trainer and the co-author of eight books on personal and professional development. He is featured regularly on television, radio and in the national press. He is a certified NLP trainer and has taught NLP for 15 years.

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