I recently got the book The 12 Week Year, and I’m almost done reading it. The first full sentence on page 3 is one of the most important sentences you will ever read.
“The marketplace only rewards those ideas that get implemented.”
I’ll be coming out with a YouTube video about The 12 Week Year soon enough, but here’s a brief review of the book:
The 12 Week Year, written by Brian P. Moran and Michael Lennington isn’t a book for you to get a good kickstart for 2014. This book kickstarts you for every 12 weeks. The problem with a year is that there is no sense of urgency. If you don’t get anything done in January, there’s always the other 11 months to catch up. This mentality will take most people past March, April, May, and so on without getting anything done. The 12 Week Year creates a sense of urgency for every week . After you read this book, you’ll find it much easier to successfully execute your ideas and thrive.
If you want to get more accomplished in a much shorter amount of time, The 12 Week Year is the perfect book for you.