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Organize Tomorrow Today

Eight Ways to Retrain Your Mind to Optimize Performance at Work and in Life

Von Dr. Jason Selk, Tom Bartow and Matthew Rudy
15 Minuten
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Organize Tomorrow Today: Eight Ways to Retrain Your Mind to Optimize Performance at Work and in Life von Dr. Jason Selk, Tom Bartow and Matthew Rudy

Organize Tomorrow Today (2015) is the definitive guide to achieving a successful career and fulfilling life. These blinks offer you valuable information, giving you the tools to unlock the power of your mind, increase your self-confidence and become your most productive self.

  • Artists and creatives looking to be more productive
  • Athletes who want to create positive new habits
  • Students and professionals who want to become better public speakers

Dr. Jason Selk is the director of mental training for the St. Louis Cardinals, a Major League Baseball team in the United States. He is also the author of 10-Minute Toughness and Executive Toughness.

Formerly a successful college basketball coach, Tom Bartow is now a financial advisor, and has created an advanced training program for high-level advisors at Edward Jones, a financial services firm.

Matthew Rudy has coauthored over 20 books covering a wide range of topics, including golfing, business and travel.

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Organize Tomorrow Today

Eight Ways to Retrain Your Mind to Optimize Performance at Work and in Life

Von Dr. Jason Selk, Tom Bartow and Matthew Rudy
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Organize Tomorrow Today (2015) is the definitive guide to achieving a successful career and fulfilling life. These blinks offer you valuable information, giving you the tools to unlock the power of your mind, increase your self-confidence and become your most productive self.

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It’s just not productive to focus on more than one goal at a time if you want positive results.

Have you ever felt the need to make a positive change in your life? Maybe you’ve already made a list of all the small things you’d like to alter. But making a long list isn’t the most effective way to go about making improvements.

Why? It’s a fact that our conscious mind can only process between five to nine concepts, or pieces of information, at a time. This phenomenon is called channel capacity, and was first identified by psychologist George A. Miller in 1956.

No matter what you’re reading or looking at, from words to colors or numbers, your working memory can only store a limited amount of data at any given time. And working memory is all a person has from moment to moment, whether making an argument or trying to solve a math problem.

So given this limitation, it makes sense that trying to tackle too many tasks at once can be overwhelming. This also holds true when you try to change too many things at once in your life.

Since every task you try to complete requires its own amount of data, your working memory can suffer from information overload when you try to juggle multiple tasks. When this happens, important data can get improperly processed and you might make a mistake, or worse, your conscious mind will shut down. You can think of this like a computer freezing when you’ve opened up too many applications.

The author has witnessed this dilemma firsthand. People have told him that when they try to change two or three things in their life at the same time, they get stuck. But when they focus on only one thing, the results can be unbelievable.

So the best way to improve your life and get positive results is to commit yourself to changing just one thing at a time!

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