Free to Focus

A Productivity Master Course

If you want freedom from…

-The tyranny of your overflowing inbox
-The overwhelm of your endless to-do list
-The constant distractions derailing your day
-Never REALLY being able to work when you’re at work

… then this is for you.

Free to Focus

Free to Focus is a program that is all about helping busy high-achievers slay distractions, free their time from interruptions, and finally carve out margin for the people and projects that matter most.

The stories of past students are incredible:

-Professionals (and even stay-at-home parents) reclaiming 20+ hours in their week…
-Entrepreneurs rediscovering time for hobbies and family, while also upping their income…
-Business leaders finally focusing on high-leverage projects that actually move the needle…

Michael Hyatt JUST opened enrollment for his productivity master course, Free to Focus — and it’s made for people just like you and me. Busy, high-achievers who are looking for a more effective, fulfilling way to live and work.

Reclaim Your Time

Free to Focus is a full productivity system that’s like nothing else out there.

Reclaim up to 20 hours a week with these principles — and learn the frameworks to achieve more by doing less.

The course just opened this morning — and registration closes in a few days. Click HERE to enroll while you can!

Not ready to commit? Sign up for the FREE 7 Deadly Sins of Productivity webinar with Michael Hyatt. You’ll discover the hidden habits undermining your performance and how to change them. What if you could triple your productivity both at work and in your personal life? Tune in to hear more from Michael on how you can achieve this level of performance in your life.

Disclosure: Michael and I have known each other for many years, having met when we were both speaking at a conference. I am an affiliate for his Free to Focus course.

5 Tips to Ensure You are Prioritizing your Priorities

Make Sure You Get Your Top To-dos Done First

Your work hard to get your work done.

However, sometimes you toil hard only to find that your most important tasks still don’t get done.

You are getting many things done, just not the important ones.

What will it take to get those top to-dos to done?

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Why You Need to Back Up Your Phone Everyday

Make Sure You Protect the Valuable Information on your Phone

We carry everything in our phones these days. And we take those little devices everywhere.

You could say our entire lives are contained in these little gadgets. Your communication, your photos, your contacts, your todos, and more.

What would happen if you lost, broke, or had your phone stolen?

Would it be a big deal and what would you lose? And more importantly, what would you be able to get back again?

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How Productive Are You?

Measuring Productivity in a "Busy" World

How productive are you?

Productivity isn’t busyness.  Time Management isn’t about doing more.

So how do you measure your productivity?

Measuring Productivity

I write about time management and productivity all the time, giving you the tips and tools to increase your productivity.  So how are you doing?  Do you know how productive you are?

Today I’m sharing a tool that will allow you to actually measure your productivity. This online quiz asks you a series of questions about productivity, and you answer according to your own habits and systems. At the end, you’ll get a productivity score — AND find out exactly what you need to do to improve.

Improving your productivity allows you to spend less time at the office, because you’re getting more done while you’re there.  It’s allows you to take back your life.  And now there’s finally a quiz that will show you the areas where you need to improve, and provide the help to get there.

Take the Quiz

New York Times best-selling author Michael Hyatt has developed this — and it’s free!

It provides you with the opportunity to answer a series of ten questions around key areas of productivity. The tool then calculates your answers and gives you an overall productivity score.

The whole process takes less than ten minutes. It will give you the clarity you need to walk the path toward greater effectiveness and success.

Once you discover your Productivity Score, you can quickly see opportunities for growth, as well as what you’re already doing well.

So go take the assessment now.  Then come back and let me know how you did.

Question: How did you score on the productivity quiz? Do you agree with the assessment? You can leave a comment by clicking here.

Disclosure: Michael and I have known each other for many years, having met when we were both speaking at a conference. I am an affiliate for his Free to Focus course.

Time Management Isn’t About Doing More

Cramming Tasks Doesn’t Make You More Productive

Someone recently said to me, “I don’t need time management. I can’t even get done what I have now, why would I want to do more in my day?”

A common misconception about time management is that it is all about doing more. Cramming too many tasks into your day. And that to be productive you need to madly rush about doing as much as possible.

Yet, time management should do just the opposite. It should let you accomplish more while doing less, while at the same time giving you more time back.

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5 Things To Do When You Have Too Much to Do

Refocus on Your Most Important Tasks

Sometimes you just have too much to do.

Your todo list is a mile long, deadlines are passing, and you feel like you will never catch up.

When you find yourself underwater with your work, you want to get back on track quickly. Today, I have several tips to help you get out from under your heavy workload.

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10 Ways Patience Makes You More Productive

How Being Patient Can Actually Save You Time

We seem to have lost our patience in our society.

Everyone is rushing around acting like they are so busy that they don’t have a moment to wait.

Lack of patience is commonplace. People won’t wait more than a few seconds. And they feel entitled to lose it whenever they don’t receive instantaneous results.

The irony is that it is this lack of patience that is making them ineffective in their work and lives. Most individuals would be more productive if they just slowed down a bit.

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