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<club-desc-paragraph>Every day brings us a crushing wave of demands: a barrage of texts, emails, meetings, and other interruptions—not to mention the high-pressure demands of our jobs—which can be overwhelming and exhausting. These distractions can threaten our ability to think clearly, make good decisions, and accomplish what matters most, leaving us worn out and frustrated.<club-desc-paragraph>
<club-desc-paragraph>From the business experts at FranklinCovey, The 5 Choices: The Path to Extraordinary Productivity is an exploration of modern productivity. Each chapter offers powerful insights drawn from the latest neuroscience research and decades of experience in the time-management field to help you master your attention and energy management. Co-Author Kory Kogon joins Scott Miller on FranklinCovey's Effective Leadership club to provide further insight into the tools that can help you increase your productivity—without burning out.<club-desc-paragraph>
The 5 Choices
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The 5 Choices
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<club-landing-paragraph>Scott introduces author Kory Kogon, and the two discuss how Kory’s book is different from other titles in the productivity and time management space.<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-h3>Understanding the Five Choices<club-landing-h3>
<club-landing-paragraph>Kory walks Scott through the most important elements of each of the five choices.<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-h3>Navigating the Four Quadrants<club-landing-h3>
<club-landing-paragraph>Scott and Kory discuss the concept of “The Four Quadrants.” They also talk about the power of intentionality in relationships, as well as how our values are embedded in the roles we play.<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-paragraph>Scott asks Kory to expand upon the consequences of working solely in Quadrant One. Kory addresses the problems that arise when corporations reward “urgency addiction.”<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-h3>The Distraction Trap<club-landing-h3>
<club-landing-paragraph>Kory and Scott explore Quadrant Three and also talk about how certain activities might appear in multiple quadrants. Later, they discuss Quadrant Four, the “Quadrant of Waste.”<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-h3>Overcoming Vibration Syndrome<club-landing-h3>
<club-landing-paragraph>Scott invites Kory to talk about the power of technology. She offers practical tips for people who feel controlled by their technology.<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-h3>Kory’s Big Ideas<club-landing-h3>
<club-landing-paragraph>Scott summarizes his key learnings from his conversation with Kory and sends readers off with a challenge.<club-landing-paragraph>
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