Great Work Provocations: Short Sharp Shots of Inspiration Served Up Daily
This difference between whether your day is the “same old, same old” or something a little more remarkable can come down to a little extra provocation.
Ever feel like you’re in a rut?
It happens to the best of us. Even the famous Sir Walter Raleigh – popularizer of tobacco and favourite of the first Queen Elizabeth – wrote in his diary that sometimes his days felt like “an infinite quantity of nothing”.
Start your day differently
This difference between whether your day is the “same old, same old” or something a little more remarkable can happen in those first moments.
What if, instead of slipping into your usual routine, you were jolted into something new and different?
What if, instead of finding yourself at 4pm and wondering why you couldn’t remember how you’d spent the day, you were able to better focus on the stuff that mattered?
In short, what if you were provoked?
Michael Bungay Stanier’s latest book, Great Work Provocations, provides you with a year’s worth of provocations to make you smile, to make you think and to make you act.
Questions, metaphor and flat-out challenges are all deployed to make sure that every day is a new day for you when it comes to doing more of the stuff that matters … and less of the other stuff.
Whether you keep it on your desk or near your morning coffee, it’s a perfect way to reframe your day, challenge you to think differently and to do things differently.
It’s like a shot of morning espresso – but without the caffeine headache.
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Michael Bungay Stanier
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