#Personal Opinion The methods described in this book is too big for me to operate.
There are many great and methodical opinions in it.But there is too little doable and measurable thing for us to follow.By asking ourself questions is the best approach to reflect.But how to do is also an vital part.
Maybe it is for **Leaders** ?
#Extract ## How Will You Measure Your Life 1. How can I be sure that I'll be happy in my career? 2. How can I be sure that my relationships with my spouse and my family become and enduring source of happiniss? 3. How can I be sure I'll stay out of jail?
## Managin Oneself 1. What are my strengths? 2. How do I work? 3. What are my values? 4. where do I belong? 5. What can I contribute?
## Management Time: Who's got the monkey? * Boss-imposed time
* System-imposed time
* Self-imposed time
## Making Time for Gorillas
1. Monkeys should be fed or shot. 2. The monkey population should be kept below the maximum number the manager has time to feed. 3. Monkeys should be fed by appointment only. 4. Monkeys should be fed face-to-face or by telephone,but never by mail 5. Every monkey should have an assigned next feedly time and degree of initiative.
## How Resilience Works? * Resilience people possess three defining characteristics: 1. They coolly accept the harsh realities facing them. 2. They find meaning in terrible times. 3. They have an uncanny ability to improvise,making do with whatever's at hand. * Three Method: 1. Face Down Reality 2. Searching For Meaning 3. Continually Improvise
##Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time * physical energy * sleep * cardiovascular activity * small meals * notice signs of imminent energy flagging * regular breaks * emotional energy * defuse negative emotions * fuel positive emotions * look at upsetting situations through new lenses * mental energy * reduce interruptions * response mail at designed time * identify the most important challenge every night * spiritual energy * identify your 'sweet pot' acrivities * most important * live your core values
##Be a Better Leader, Have a Richer Life 1. Tracking and Relecting 2. Planning and Organizing 3. Rejuvenating and Restoring 4. Appreciating and Caring 5. Focusing and Concentrating 6. Revealing and Engaging 7. Time Shifting and 'Re-Placing' 8. Delegating and Developing 9. Exploring and Venturing
##Moments of Greatness * Am I results centered? * Have you articulate the result you want to create? * Am I internally directed? * Are you willing to challenge other's expectation? * Am I other focused? * Have you put your organizations needs above your own? * Am I externally open? * Do you recognize signals suggesting the need for change?
##Primal Leadership * Who do I want to be? * Who am I now? * How do I got from here to there? * Resonance in times of crisis * How do I make change stick?