Having a productivity successful day doesn't happen by accident. It's done on purpose. With full intention. In this video, I discuss the five things you need to consider:
Vance Morris is a Walt Disney World Resort Management Alumni, having spent 10 years as an leader in the Resorts. Not only does he own a bricks-n-mortar business, he runs the only Disney Service & Direct Response Marketing business on the planet. Here he coaches companies to create Disney Style Service Systems and then monetize them through direct response marketing.
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Donna Hanson works with organizations and their teams who want to increase productivity, performance and profits and get them OFF technology and back to the things that matter. Donna is one of only 5 people outside the US accredited to deliver an email productivity program to Microsoft’s own staff. She is the author of 2 books, RECLAIM Your Inbox & Control + Alt + Delete – Reboot Your Productivity.
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It's time to go back to the basics of productivity. Yes, it's time to go back to school. Time to clarify a few things about productivity. Truths, if you will. Productivity is a big buzz word today. But let's make sure we're reading from the same page in the same book.
• How productive are you? Today. Right this moment. Rate yourself on a scale of zero to 10. But don't rate yourself a ten or a zero because no one is productive all the day and no one procrastinates all the time either.
• You're give a precious gift every single night: another 24 hours. How you spend those 24 hours is completely up to you (despite what you might think).
• You don't have to go to work (seriously!). But, wait! Don't quit your job just yet!
• Time is the great equalizer. It does not care who you are, how much money you have or don't have, or how educated you are aren't had educated.
• Your time is leaking someplace. Find out where by tracking your time over a period of...
Maura Nevel Thomas is an award-winning international speaker and trainer on individual and corporate productivity and work-life balance, and the most widely-cited authority on attention management. She is a TedX speaker, founder of Regain Your Time, author of 3 books, and was named a Top Leadership Speaker for 2018 in Inc. Magazine. Maura is frequently featured and cited as an expert in major business outlets including Forbes and NPR, and she’s also a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review.
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Attention Management: How to Create Success and Gain Productivity Every Day (Ignite Reads) (affiliate link)
Sue Dumais is a Global Impact Visionary Leader answering the call to heal the world. She is a best-selling Author, an international Speaker, an Ordained Minister, a gifted intuitive healer, and a global voice of HOPE and inspiration for the “Heart YES Movement.” Sue brings the gifts of insight, awareness, and self-empowerment to her global audience, creating a shift in consciousness from head to heart. Her mission is to ignite our hearts to uplift humanity and unify us in love for each other and our planet.
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I love Instagram.
When it was released to the world on October 6, 2010 exclusively on iOS devices (it came to Android in April 2012), not many took notice. In the beginning, it was only a square photo sharing service. Its growth was steady and in April 2012, Facebook forked over one billion dollars for it.
To say that Instagram can be highly addictive (keeping you from being productive) is an understatement. Instagram, like every other social media platform out there, is specifically designed to keep on you it for as long as possible (can you say "forever"?)
Fear not It is possible to use (and love!) Instagram but not let it get the best of you. SUMMARY
• Instagram can be highly addicting and keep you from being productive. In this episode, I give you three strategies to maintain control over Instagram.
• Turn off notifications. Think about what this interruption is doing to your productivity, to your focus, to your attention.
• Exercise the power of the mute or the...
Mike Sahno is an author, speaker and publisher with over seventeen years of professional writing experience. He launched his own publishing company in 2015, and has released four full-length works of fiction since that time. Mike also ghostwrites books and articles for business owners who want to expand their authority, reach, and influence, and his most recent client’s business book became a #1 Amazon bestseller within two weeks after it came out. His new novel, Whizzers, is slated for release in the summer of 2019.
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Sara Carty is the founder of Marketbound, a boutique marketing company specializing in startups. With almost 10 years of experience, Sara focuses her time on building high impact, low cost strategies. Originally from Montreal and now in London, Sara launched the very first LinkedInLocal Women event that included topics like mental health and imposter syndrome. Sara also recently launched a podcast called Not So Dirty Thirty which focuses on the the transformations women experience moving into our 30s.
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Distractions are everywhere.
Entertainment (television, video games, etc.)
Life (traffic, construction, dogs barking...the list goes on).
Distractions also come in many different flavors.
But a distraction you might not have thought about is the topic of this video: you or your mindset.
Yes, you could be getting in your own way of getting things done. Of being productive.
In this video, I discuss FIVE ways your mindset is hampering your productivity and what to do about each.