Are you up for a rare challenge?
In these recessionary times more than 40% are doing the work of two or more persons, according to the research. 69% who use smartphones and laptops find themselves working longer hours as a result. You probably aren’t surprised to know that you deal with as much information in a day as your grandparents dealt with in a month.
The effect of these and other realities is that we must live with more interruptions, demands on our time and responsibilities than ever before.
For some of us, it’s hard to be ambitious… each day there’s the temptation to “check out,” to go home to “cool out,” to be distracted…rather than engage.
For example, during your time on this page, you may be interrupted at least once by a smartphone ring, laptop pop-up, tablet ping or just a co-worker who catches your eye as he/she walks by. It’s hard to be productive in today’s workplace, a fact that has escaped many managers.
Adjusting, modifying and upgrading the way you manage yourself and your time isn’t an option – it’s a must. Anyone who gets stuck gets left behind, struggling in one or more parts of their life as their life becomes imbalanced, their health suffers and they struggle to keep up with their commitments.
There is, however, a way out.
Join me, and use the latest research to meet the challenge of the mobile-driven information age.
Come and learn how to master the future using more than just home-grown techniques – a systematic method for continuous improvement. It builds on and starts with what you today, which means that your progress is made in small steps that you plan.
Your plan won’t be based on what your friends are doing – instead, you will be exposed to world-class standards that just aren’t the norm here in the Caribbean. It’s not just a matter of working harder, or putting in longer hours. You will learn that productivity means nothing if you aren’t taking care of yourself at the very same time – all aspects of your humanity.
I promise you — your time will not be wasted going over stuff you already know.
This approach is a new one that presents the best of modern research as I have laid it out in my book, Perfect Time-Based Productivity, and a number of lectures at international conferences. Here is a 7 minute video overview of the programme. (Turn up your speakers.)
The NewHabits Foundations programme this year offers an electronic copy of one of my
books: Bill’s Im-Perfect Time Management Adventure or Perfect Time-Based Productivity. Plus, there’s a 6-week e-learning programme included with your completion of the programme.