Do More Great Work

Stop the Busywork, and Start the Work that Matters
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A self-coaching book that helps you find challenging, fulfilling, and impactful work “in a manner similar to What Color Is Your Parachute?

– SEATTLE PI

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Stop the busywork, and start your magnus opus with this practical guidebook.

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What You’ll Learn

Do More Great Work exercises are “maps” — brilliantly simply visual tools that help you find, start, and sustain Great Work. All it takes is ten minutes a day, a pencil, and a willingness to change.

  • Find clues to your own Great Work—they’re all around you
  • Locate the sweet spot between what you want to do and what your organization wants you to do
  • Generate new ideas and possibilities quickly
  • Best manage your overwhelming workload
  • Double the likelihood that you’ll do what you want to do
  • And much more!

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Do More Great Work book

[Stanier] has an ability to shake our tree and make us more conscious and responsible. And the best part—he makes it easy and fun.

David AllenAuthor of Getting Things Done

Great work really does come in small packages! This little book is a dynamo of ‘great work truths.’

Marshall GoldsmithAuthor of Triggers

This is a Great Mind Stretch, only if you will do the work.

Amazon review

This is a visually stimulating book, with the material well-organized and exercises clearly explained.

Amazon review

[MBS] broke down the process into digestible chunks that revealed where my passions lay dormant, and also illustrated how great a price I pay for being complacent in my own life and the world I live in. I will never be the same.

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