OWN IT, LOVE IT, MAKE IT WORK.
Is work working for you?
In her second book, Carson reveals why you don’t have to rely on your company, your coworkers, your boss, or anything other than yourself for professional fulfillment and engagement. You can take ownership for your career, your life, and your happiness right now.
Carson shares proven strategies and tools, including how to…
- Be recognized and rewarded for your knowledge, skills, and contributions.
- Align your job to your strengths so you can focus on what you love to do.
- Shape your work in a way that meets both your professional and personal needs and goals.
- Build meaningful, impactful relationships so you can advance your career.
- Develop new skills and knowledge so you can increase your value and impact.
- Design your job to find meaning in your work.
Packed with tools and inspiring, results-driven stories from Carson’s consulting work, Own It. Love It. Make It Work. equips you with a complete toolkit so you can make a living and enjoy your life.
This productivity book comes out October 6. Pre-order your copy today.
Embracing the Power of Your Personal Productivity Style
If you feel you spend more time managing your work and not enough time actually doing it, it’s time for a change. In her inaugural book, Work Simply, Carson Tate’s productivity book offers a step-by-step guide to making work simple again by using the Productivity Style that works best for you.
In her work as a productivity expert, collaborating with hundreds of organizations and individuals, Carson discovered that most of us fit into one of four distinct productivity styles:
Arrangers, who think about their projects in terms of the people involved; Prioritizers, who are the definition of “goal-oriented”; Visualizers, who possess a unique ability to comprehend the big picture; and Planners, who live for the details.
In this eye-opening book, you’ll learn …
- How to identify your own Productivity Style as well as the styles of those around you – bosses, coworkers, staff, and family.
- How to select your “tools” to maximize your effectiveness, from the style of pen you use to the way you decorate your office.
- When face-to-face conversations are more effective than emails and vice versa.
- What it takes to lead the perfect meeting.
- Why a messy desk is right for some, but a disaster for others – and how to tell.