The 12 Week Year review ï 7

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The 12 Week Year review ï 7 ñ 5 hrs and 17 minsThe guide to shortening your execution cycle down from one year to 12 weeks Most organizations and individuals work in the context of annual goals and plans; a 12 month execution cycle Instead The 12 Week Year avoids the pitfalls and low productivity of annualized thinking This book redefines your year to b2 weeks there just isn't enough time to get complacent and urgency increases and intensifies The 12 Week Year creates focus and clarity on what matters most and a sense of urgency to do it now In the end of the important stuff gets done and the impact on results is profoundExplains how to leverage the power of a 12 week year to drive improved. This book is largely a sales pitch for a service website To be fair there are some useful ideas but not enough to warrant an additional purchase

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5 hrs and 17 minsThe guide to shortening your execution cycle down from one year to 12 weeks Most organizations and individuals work in the context of annual goals and plans; a 12 month execution cycle Instead The 12 Week Year avoids the pitfalls and low productivity of annualized thinking This book redefines your year to be 12 weeks long In 1. I don’t know why a lot of the reviews on Goodreads are brutal about this It’s true that a lot of the ideas have been stated elaborately elsewhere But to actually come up with the challenge that 90 days are enough To write a 200 page book on the subject On an idea that is so simpleOf course it’s annoying to spend 23 on such an easy idea It’s committing for three months that’s hard Here’s the thing our brains are trolls They need all the help they can get to stick to any plan Whether health education or work we have trolls for brains And a brain's main goal is TO BE AS LAZY AS POSSIBLE That’s why a semester usually only lasts 3 4 months Nobody has the strength to hang on doing the same thing for longer than that without going back to the master plan and a cookie I only got the book after I have been practicing the 12 week cycle myself I had been compartmentalizing my year into uarters Not just me a lot of ancient humans too Like some folks broke the year down into Spring Summer Fall Winter Others into semesters In rice producing countries the year is broken down into 3 months of tending and 3 months harvest cycles Go figure I have a suspicion that the genetic mindset is built into us too somewhere along the evolutionary line Because for me the 12 week cycle works great Here’s the other thing While I have been breaking down my year into those manageable uarter sized chunks I didn’t realize there was a book that had the language and mindset All the other self development books either offered uick fixes Teach yourself swag in a week or eternity in awesome productivity heaven UIT SNORING AND GET HAPPY ENDING FOREVER This book The 12 week year It’s not promising anything that I haven’t been able to do It’s not promising miracle fixes or unlikely changes that would reuire a heart attack to make me do something about it It’s just natural length of a randomly doable project cycle And it works By George it works It works because getting into a 3 months cycles doesn’t hurt your brain with uncertainties It works because you would need a pick me up every 3 months It works because 3 months are a lot easier to control than 365 days Give it a shot Start small Start with something good you’ve always wanted to do And recalibrate your plans based on your situation in 3 months More likely than not you’d be in a better place than you were three months since you started And if you can’t control 3 months of your life and projects dude you need help than a single book could provide

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The 12 Week YearResults in any area of your lifeOffers a how to book for both individuals and organizations seeking to improve their execution effectivenessAuthors are leading experts on execution and implementation Turn your organization's idea of a year on its head and speed your journey to success©2013 Brian P Moran and Michael Lennington P2014 Audible In. This is one of those books where the author had a set page number or word count that they needed to reach in order for someone to accept it I remember doing that in middle school This book report is about a character which is a dog that has a name that is Jerry The name of the dog Jerry is also the name of the book which is called The Dog Named Jerry This book is so repetitious that the purpose almost gets lost in all of the words I think if you were to read the middle 30 pages of the book you would get everything you needed to know out of itI think reading a summary of the book would be beneficial