Do you believe that the solution to be more productive is to work harder? The book "Coffee at Luna's" will show that being productive goes far beyond that.
Through a fictional and easy-to-read narrative, Chuck Martin presents three great principles that will teach you to be more effective, work less and strike the balance between personal and professional life. Without having to sacrifice part of your time.
Do you want to achieve this kind of happiness? Keep reading to see how!
"Coffee at Luna's", written by Chuck Martin was launched in 2005.
The book tells the story of Bill, a leader who lived by putting the job above all else, until the day he got overcrowded, not having time for leisure or family, and moreover, with a company that was not getting the expected results.
In this way, an important character enters the story: the teacher, who will teach valuable lessons to Bill and will bring about profound changes in the organization of his professional and personal life.
With this, Bill will show the reader how simple changes in the routine can lead to increased time and productivity management.
Chuck Martin is a strategist specializing in management and administration. In addition, he is the executive director of NFI Research, speaker and editor-in-chief of four US magazines.
This book is suitable for everybody who wish to find the balance between personal and professional life.
Also, for those who want to be more productive and efficient in the professional and personal areas.
We highlight the following principles told by Chuck Martin for you to achieve better productivity in your activities, they are:
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The book "Coffee at Luna's" features a fictional narrative that tells the story of an employee, Bill Taylor, who was promoted to take a leadership position in a company.
With his new role, the employee is dedicated exclusively to work: he works daily until late at night, even on weekends.
However, the company is not beating its goals. And with that, comes an important character in the story, called "Teacher".
The Teacher invited Bill for a cup of Coffee, in order to to teach efficiency and high productivity by following three rules: Discover, Change, and Pass It On.
According to Chuck Martin in the book, the first step is to discover the root causes of the problem.
In this story, the problem was that the company was not getting the expected results. To solve this, one must "stop", "look" and "listen" to the people around and understand their pains.
"Stop" what you are doing and find out the causes of the problem. Provide more opportunities and challenges for some employees and reduce the work of those who are overworked.
The teacher gave this tips to Bill. In this way, Bill begins to make a reflection, about what could be changed in his life.
In addition, he started to analyze the behavior of three managers who worked with him. As instructed by the teacher, he could identify that they were having problems that affected their productivity and efficiency in the organization.
But what do to change this situation? The second step would, then, be to change.
The book "Coffee at Luna's" says that when we discover the problems, we must change.
Bill was able to reduce his excessive time spent working and began to devote more time to family and leisure. In addition, he proposes changes in the life of each of these 3 managers.
The teacher further emphasizes that Bill should always analyze the behavior of other employees and check for signs of stress or something like that, searching for ways to change this scenario.
The last step introduced by the teacher is to pass on everything that has been taught.
Thus, Bring together the team and review the implemented changes and the achieved results. In this way, people will have another vision of you as a leader: a leader who cares about a general well-being and who looks for ways to solve the problems of each employee of the company.
In addition, by seeing a greater commitment to the leader's attitude, people will pass on the learning. In this way, the team will change as a whole, reflecting its productivity and efficiency inside the organization.
Bill decided to pass on all the lessons learned by the teacher. In this way, he brought the three managers together and was able to identify that the changes he has made affected significantly in each one's life, both personally and professionally.
In addition, the group decided to implement other changes that would affect the entire group of employees.
In the book "The Secret to Peak Productivity", Tamara Myles develops the "Maximum Productivity Pyramid" system, a model that will teach you how to organize the space in which you work until you know what is most important and how to get closer to your goals of life.
In "Focus", Daniel Goleman argues that practice only brings you closer to perfection if done intelligently, that is, if the person who is practicing uses that time to make adjustments and improvements. How much attention you put into practice is crucial.
Finally, in the book "Make Time", the authors Jake Knapp and John Zeratsky teach various tactics to help you optimize your time. In order to achieve this, you must follow 4 steps: Highlight, Focus, Energy and Reflection.
If you have a leadership position in a company and want to improve the performance of your employees, build on the story described here.
Call staff to talk and identify your problems; propose changes and bring the team together to review the changes implemented and the results generated.
Think about the problems that affect your productivity and relations with family and friends. When you discover then apply the advices given here and then, pass it on.
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