ATLANTA, Sept. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Project Managers can optimize the performance of their teams and results of their projects when they read the newly revised edition of the classic book, Optimize Your Thinking®, which is being published today.
"Optimize Your Thinking is about learning how habitual thought patterns and approaches limit our individual performance potential. It challenges readers to adapt their thinking to the situation or person with which they are dealing, rather than letting customary thought processes lead the way," says author Jennifer Whitt, a PMI-certified Project Management Professional (PMP) consultant and Founder of PDUs2Go.com.
In 2006, when the empowering Optimize Your Thinking® book first debuted, busy professionals took notice. Individuals who were "operating on autopilot" attended seminars, courses and workshops based on the book, which taught readers how to pinpoint ways of thinking and leverage personal strengths to become successful leaders, team members and thinkers and to improve personal, team, and project performance.
Whitt introduces readers to the 8 Ways of Thinking® in an innovative and enjoyable way -- through eight engaging characters. Donna the Detective, Ivan the Inventor, Dr. Disaster, and others lead readers on a journey of exploration as some struggle with internal weaknesses and others harness their strengths for success. Readers learn why the characters succeed and fail as they uncover the secrets to each style of thought.
"At the end of the journey, readers will be able to correlate the examples in the book with the ways of thinking that are affecting their success and improve their project success," she says.
In conjunction with the Optimize Your Thinking book, Whitt is reintroducing its companion, Thinking Journal. This workbook of management assessments and introspective activities offers personally relevant insight into the human mind. Whitt is also launching a new website, http://www.OptimizeYourThinking.com. At the site, visitors will be invited to unlock their performance potential as a thinker, team member or leader.
To commemorate the release of the new Optimize Your Thinking site, Whitt is offering 2 chapters of Optimize Your Thinking for free that can begin to be used immediately. To take advantage of this offer, go to http://j.mp/n0UGwY or click this link.
"I'm very excited to be re-launching Optimize Your Thinking and the Thinking Journal and expanding our influence through our new distribution partners," says Whitt. "I know it has helped countless numbers of people play to their strengths over the years. The launch of the new website opens the door for people to interact with each other by means of an engaging blog, assessment tools and forums. I'm looking forward to seeing a community of like-minded individuals evolve for those who are focused on improving their thinking styles and performance potential."
Visit the newly revamped Optimize Your Thinking website today (http://j.mp/n0UGwY) and download 2 Chapters of Optimize Your Thinking free and receive 50 pages of quality content you can begin using now.
About Jennifer Whitt
Jennifer Whitt is a PMI-certified Project Management Professional (PMP) consultant and Founder of PDUs2Go.com. She is a professional speaker and author of Optimize Your Thinking: How to Unlock Your Performance Potential, the associated Thinking Journal and Thought Master Series.
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