"Laura Stack knows how to get things done and in short order! Her latest book offers a great work-life-mind balance, which is the key to going from good to great on a personal basis. Read this book and soar."

— Tim Sanders, author of Love Is The Killer App: How To Win Business & Influence Friends

"The Productivity Pro, Laura Stack should be known as the Productivity Doctor. This book is like a medical clinic for those seeking to become more productive. I know it has helped me but more importantly the remedies offered by Laura have benefited the people I coach in my professional life. These people keep asking, "Jeff, how do you know how to solve my productivity problems?" My secret weapon...this book."

— Jeff Bettinger, Director Talent Development, Fluor Corporation

"This content-rich book is a must read for even those who thought they were productive. Laura Stack delivers specific strategies that will definitely boost your performance and productivity. Her relevant ideas will take you beyond good to SuperCompetent. This book will change how you think about yourself, your time, your use of technology, and your time with others."

— Lisa Ford, Author of #1 selling training series, "How to Give Exceptional Customer Service"

"Ask executives which employees are most valuable to the organization, and they will almost invariably respond, "The people to whom I can point at a problem or opportunity and know that they will get the job done every single time." These are the super competent people who are in control of their work not the other way around. Laura Stack teaches us how to stress less, get much more done, and have more fun while doing it. Reading this book will make a positive impact in your work and your life. Fabulous!"

— Joe Calloway, author, Becoming a Category of One

"Laura is a master at her craft and offers innovative ideas on how to squeeze the most out of our daily lives. Productivity is more than just staying busy; it's about achieving success and significance in everything you do. She unlocks the secrets to how we can all do more, be more, and have more each and every day."

— Dr. Nido Qubein, President, High Point University / Chairman, Great Harvest Bread Co.

"HEY YOU! That's right, you, the person wondering if a book about being SuperCompetent is worth the investment or has any relevance to your life, career, or company. Haven't you heard? Simply being competent is for Wanna-Be's. The HEROES actively manage their performance and productivity to achieve the results they want and need. Isn't that you ... or at least the You you want to be? SuperCompetent is that rare book that combines ideas you can implement immediately with thoughtful truths to keep you focused on what is really important. So what are you waiting for? Buy this book. Study and apply its lessons. And, give yourself an edge in your career and your life."

— Randy G. Pennington, Author, Results Rule! Build a Culture that Blows the Competition Away

"Every CEO should make this required reading for every employee. After 20 years of turning around the results of companies, I only wish I had this on my recommended reading list for clients earlier. Uncommon sense that will turn any organization into a Thank God It's Monday Results Rule Workplace!"

— Roxanne Emmerich, CEO, The Emmerich Group, Inc. / Author, Thank God It's Monday!?

"Become more aerodynamic. That's what Laura Stack helps her reader to do with her tremendously practical book, SuperCompetent. Consider the racing industry. In all of its various forms cars, bikes, humans, horses the principle of aerodynamics rules. Some of the smallest design changes can elevate performance monumentally. In my work with high-performing, high-potential leaders, I have found time and again that increasing effectiveness is almost singularly hinged upon decreasing interference. Simple? Perhaps. Easy? Not so much. Effective? Without a doubt. Using Laura's Six Keys, a leader can identify, diagnose, and understand specific sources of interference. Using the numerous practical tips Laura provides with each of those Six Keys, that leader can then work ruthlessly to reduce each source to perform at his or her productive best."

— Catherine Stewart, SPHR, High-potential program developer and manager