In Just One Week, Practice 3 Practical Strategies
To Save Time, Get More Done, and Prioritize Effectively.

 

“In these pages Jason Womack takes you through a process of assessing and reapplying the vital aspects of success and achievement in any field. Take the short road to improvement; let Jason Womack be your guide.”

Jim Cathcart, Author of 16 books including “Make It Better”

 


Jason Womack has emerged as a new and exciting voice in the world of professional development. “YOUR BEST JUST GOT BETTER” offers an action-oriented and powerful set of resources leaders can use to improve themselves and help others achieve their greater potential.
Daniel H. Pink, Author of Drive and To Sell Is Human
Jason offers unbelievably practical advice for getting time back. I’ve been able to implement his suggestions and see an immediate difference in how much more I’m able to accomplish in a work day. The changes have been simple to make, Jason’s instructions are clear, and the impact is absolute. As the HR Director of an organization, I look forward to sharing his strategies with my team so that they can maximize their potential.
Kristen Kirkland, Ph. D.,
HR Director, Every Mother Counts
This inspiring book is a must-read for entrepreneurs and knowledge workers alike who want to grow their impact without losing sight of their core purpose.
Chris Guillebeau,
NYT best selling author of The Happiness of Pursuit and The $100 Startup
The early bird may get the worm, but “Your Best Just Got Better” readers learn how to get the whole enchilada. From identifying MITs (Most Important Things) and visualizing your Ideal Day to best utilizing the 96 15-minute blocks in every day, this book is chock full of practical advice. If everyone read this book and implemented just one thing, the world would be a better, calmer, more productive place. As Jason says, “Forget about ‘Just Do It!’ Instead, Just Get Started!”
Lorri Freifeld, Editor-in-Chief, Training Magazine
This nuts-and-bolts guidebook provides a compass for not just identifying your priorities, but the activities that Jason teaches make it possible to make better decisions, cut procrastination in half, and double-down on your ability to be productive. I have shared Jason’s ideas with a global community of leaders through an in-depth interview at Mixergy.com.
Andrew Warner, CEO, Mixergy.com
Jason is a most inspirational speaker and business consultant. He has the ability to usefully link work and life when engaging his clients and audience in helping them plan to achieve their goals and desires. His book “Your Best Just Got Better” is a great asset. Jason is a good partner of GetAbstract and friend. I have and continue to recommend him to any client/leader looking to become more efficient and productive.
Michel Koopman, CEO, GetAbstract, Inc.
Jason Womack has an unique approach to personal development and productivity. As a manager working in different areas of business (as well as a father of 3 boys!) I have found extremely helpful the principles and techniques of “Your Best Just Got Better.”
Andrea Aresca, Operations Manager
Influencing yourself to get better…this is what will make the difference to your work career and your personal life. Do you wonder how to be a better leader, a better parent, a better community member? In “Your Best Just Got Better,” Jason Womack lays out a powerful and cohesive path to help you meet the new challenges, reinvent yourself continually as a leader and be successful at work and in life. Jason’s book is a solid blend of inspiration and instruction. Five stars!
Rajesh Setty,
Serial Entrepreneur and Business Alchemist
Co-founder of WittyParrot and Advisor
I’ve known Jason for at least 8 years. We’ve used him to train executives at General Mills, I’ve had him speak to my Leadership class for the University of Minnesota Executive MBA program, and I’ve benefited first hand from his coaching.

All in all, his impact takes a number of forms:

1. His material is current, cutting edge and high quality. In all my encounters, there was an immediate benefit and value-added application idea from him.
2. Jason has a gift to tune into the audience or 1-1 coaching partner to communicate effectively and deliver exactly what is needed.
3. Finally, Jason is a role model of high energy, fun, productivity and servant leadership. I can highly recommend him.
Kevin D. Wilde,
VP Organization Effectiveness and Chief Learning Officer @ General Mills
Executive Leadership Fellow, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
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, Bristish Petroleum

So What’s The Book About?

Watch The Video Below To Find Out.

  • Matthew Hately
    VP Strategy, Macadamian


    “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.”

  • Keith Ferrazzi
    Best-selling author of Never Eat Alone and Who’s Got Your Back


    “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.”

  • Russ Stalters
    Director, Information & Data Management, British Petroleum


    “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.”

Take A Glimpse Inside The Book

4 Important Tips You’ll Learn

  • 1  Work smarter. Successful people set a clear direction to move in. How smart they work depends on how well they know them- selves, how clear their goals are, and how they are using their time.
  • Build and sustain habits that lead to productivity. Three significant characteristics of lasting change include sustainability, consistency, and pacing.
  • What is in the way, what is along the way? To manage time effectively and achieve their goals, people must manage where they direct their attention.
  • Practice does not make perfect, it makes comfortable. People must return to the fundamentals and practice them. They must also beware of practicing an art until it is “perfect” as they may be doing it “perfectly right” or “perfectly wrong.”

About The Author

Jason W. Womack, MEd, MA, provides practical methods to maximize tools, systems, and processes to achieve quality work/life balance. He has worked with leaders and executives for over 16 years in the business and education sectors. His focus is on creating ideas that matter and implementing solutions that are valuable to organizations and the individuals in those organizations.

Author of Your Best Just Got Better: Work Smarter, Think Bigger, Make More, Jason shows that working longer hours doesn’t make up for a flawed approach to productivity and performance.

Entrepreneurs need to clarify their habits, build mindset-based strategies, and be proactive. Womack’s signature workplace performance techniques offer specific strategies to consistently and incrementally improve performance. Jason provides his audiences with a number of proven techniques for leaders to improve their own effectiveness as well as that of their employees.

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