JumpStart Your Priorities: A 90-Day Improvement Plan Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
In this 90-day growth guide, number-one New York Times best-selling author John C. Maxwell helps you prioritize your life to make each day count toward fulfilling your goals.
Based on his Businessweek best seller Today Matters, John Maxwell offers his road map for success by helping you seize the present. The way you prioritize and spend your time each day impacts your ability to reach your goals. Whether you are a new leader or looking to expand on your success, this audiobook will help you focus by exploring how to maximize the potential of the most important day of your life - today.
Offering inspiring quotes and lessons and thought-provoking questions over the course of three short months, this audiobook will help you learn to master the moment and set you on the path toward fulfilling your aspirations.
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|Listening Length||2 hours and 42 minutes|
|Author||John C. Maxwell|
|Audible.com Release Date||August 16, 2016|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #124,953 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#692 in Business Motivation & Self-Improvement (Audible Books & Originals)
#1,731 in Leadership (Audible Books & Originals)
#2,286 in Business Motivation & Self-Improvement (Books)
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As you read the book, it's obvious this is a summary of another book with larger ideas. This jumpstart concept is divided into 90 ideas. Each idea begins with a short paragraph and is followed by a leadership question for reflection. Here are some of the leadership questions from the book:
>>> Write down one positive thing you can honestly say about each person on your team. Then take the time during this next week to compliment each person with it.
>>> Consider a candid conversation you have had that did not lead to a positive result. If you could redo the conversation, what might you say differently to emphasize the person’s potential and how you could help them reach it?
>>> Are you avoiding a difficult conversation you know a team member needs? Why? What step will you take today to discuss it with them?
These would be good journal prompts for leaders, or agenda items for a team meeting.
The book is similar to a devotional in format and structure, however it's leadership-based and not faith-based.. Each day begins with a leadership quote, followed by a short paragraph based on Maxwell's book The 5 Levels of Leadership, and concludes with a journal prompt. It's very simplistic and easy to use.
While seasoned leaders might find the book too basic, the audience is geared towards newer leaders starting their careers. It's basic material rather than deep wisdom. There were a few times I wondered if John Maxwell was the author or if the book was written by someone else, perhaps by an editor. For a deeper study, read Maxwell's entire book "The 5 Levels of Leadership" and use this as a supplemental action plan.
ALWAYS be a leader....
Never limit your knowledge to becoming your very best!
My only disconnect was that the book seems to quote a lot of men and I would have liked to see this be more inclusive so that women leaders reading the book would be able to connect more.
So, if he gives information or advice....take it as solid and work with it, apply it and consider it helping you live intentionally as a leader.