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.
|Publisher:||Little, Brown Book Group|
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Table of Contents
Section 1 Know Your Mammoth
1 First Spot Your Mammoth 5
2 What Stops You Managing It? 14
3 What Kind of Mammoth-tamer Are You? 33
4 Sure and Simple Strategies for Mammoth-managers 48
Section 2 Cutting Mammoths Down to Size
5 Beyond Choredom 73
6 Complex Mammoths 91
7 The Burden of Obligation 106
8 Historical Mammoths 122
Section 3 Building Up to Mammoth Achievements
9 Can a Leopard Change Its Spots? 139
10 Bite-sizing Backwards - Your Personal Path to Achievement 156
11 Reshaping Yourself 170
Section 4 Finishing Touches
12 Optimum Times, Optimum Timing 191
13 Twenty-minute Miracles 207
Further Explorations 221