FranklinCovey offers the latest science along with years of experience and research in the time management field to help you master your decision, attention and energy management. The 5 Choices provides powerful shifts in thinking and behavior that will help you feel accomplished at the end of every day.
Thank you for downloading the first chapter of The 5 Choices: The Path to Extraordinary Productivity. We hope you will find this chapter riveting and insightful.
As I travel around the world talking to people from all levels of the workforce, I hear and see more stressed out faces, the inability to disconnect, and sheer pain of poor work life balance. I read studies of children competing with smartphones for parents' attention, and counsel employees who are so good at what they do, they don't know how to get off the hamster wheel of "getting it all done".
Of the many contributions FranklinCovey has become known for, authoring, impactful (and nearly always bestselling) books that practically impact the way millions of people globally work and live their lives. Beginning with The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Principle-Centered Leadership, First Things First, The 8th Habit, The 4 Disciplines of Execution, The Speed of Trust, we now introduce our newest book, titled…The 5 Choices…
We focused our research and attention on the needs of today's connected world coupled with a knowledge based workforce. With the sheer amount of information and demands coming at us almost 24 hours a day, we knew productivity was no longer just about "time management" but about decision management around all things incoming, attention management in the midst of unprecedented distractions and energy management to perform at our best in work and life.
The 5 Choices is time management re-defined for the 21st century. It is the culmination of time tested principles blended with the latest research and neuroscience to provide the critical behavior changes required to feel and be productive.
Read this book sequentially, a little at a time or all at once. You will quickly find yourself moving beyond thinking, "I was so busy, what the heck did I get done today" but, " , even in the midst of the craziness of the day, "I got a few really important things done; personally and professionally". That will be Extraordinary.