I just finished Brendon Burchard’s book High Performance Habits and holy GAME CHANGER.
I know you care about taking your performance to the next level and this book will help you do just that! What I also love about it is that there are performance prompts at the end of each chapter that help you integrate the concepts and check in with where you are at. I don’t know about you but I’ve read performance books before and then shelved them, along with all the amazing concepts in them. This book is SO different.
You can get the book for FREE on Brendon’s podcast The Brendon Show – Search for Season 4: Episodes named AudioBook Part 1 through 11
Brendon assures us in the book that high performers are not superhuman (thank goodness!) but that they have mastered six habits that matter most in sustaining long-term success.
Want a little sneak peak? Here are the six habits:
The first step is to be clear on who you want to be and what you want to achieve. Equally important is to be clear on how you want to interact with others.
Actively manage your mental stamina, physical energy and positive emotions to “stay on your A game”
High performers feel they absolutely must perform well. To emulate these high performers, you must also continuously stoke the “why” fire –– whether that “why” comes from internal standards or external demands.You know how much I LOVE to talk about WHY!
The goal is to achieve what Burchard calls prolific quality output (PQO) in your primary field of interest.
Actively develop a positive support network. High-performance achievement is not possible without one.
Don’t be afraid to express your ideas or to take bold action.
This is only the tip of the iceberg of what you will learn in this book.
I started using the associated planner daily and it has been an absolute GAME CHANGER to how I operate my days and anytime something makes such a powerful impact on me, I need to share it with other people that are up to big things in the world (ahem…that’s YOU).
Ok, now go check out the book, or get it FREE here
I look forward to hearing your take-aways and what you start to put into practice – Comment below!