Prasanth Nair has been deeply interested in the productivity space and have pioneered email, meeting, and project productivity techniques for 20 years. He developed techniques for his own use in these areas in his role as a project manager. About a decade ago, he started receiving requests from clients to teach them these techniques based on the success they witnessed in his project roll outs. So he began teaching them. His journey into teaching, has taught him that improving productivity is about habit change - at the individual, team, and often organizational level. He particularly enjoy this work, because he believes that productive people do better things from themselves, their organizations, and the world at large.
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Omozua Isiramen is a Certified Life and Executive Neuro-Leadership Coach, who uses emotional mastery and a neuroscience-based approach to empower & prepare clients’ hearts & heads to take the journey from where they are to where they want to be by accessing and optimizing their limitless brain potential. She works with busy professionals, entrepreneurs, teams and organizations to help them transform stress into performance super fuel and drive greatness from within by becoming brain-friendly leaders.
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Telling you that it's okay to watch television may seem like an odd title for an article. I mean, yeah...so what?
But coming from someone like me - a productivity expert?
Well, that's just silly. Why would I basically give you permission to watch television and be unproductive?
Because the television is not the problem. You are.
Yes, I said it. You're the problem.
Time to start taking responsibility, my friend.
CONFUSED? DON'T BE!
When people find out I'm a productivity expert, they expect me to say things like "don't watch television" and "plan every minute of every day on purpose." Stuff like that.
It's not bad advice in and of itself but there are times when you can and should break "the rules".
However, having said that, watching television is not okay for everyone.
Let me explain...
If you watch television to escape the work you should be doing, then it's not a good idea to watch it.
Or play video games.
Or go to the movies.
Or hangout with your friends.
How to improve your productivity with ODAE.
ODAE stands for outsource, delegate, automate and eliminate.
Here's an exercise that give my clients, my audiences and that I'm sharing with you now.
I want you to grab a notebook and for two days, I want you to write down everything you do over the course of the day in your business.
Why two days? Because no two days are the same. And by doing this exercise for a second day, you're going catch those outliers that you didn't catch on the first day.
If you write something down on day one, you don't have to write it down again for day two. Do this exercise for two days.
Then I want you to set your notebook aside for a whole day. I want you to pretend it doesn't even exist. Just go about your day as normal on day three.
On day four, I want you to schedule a minimum of one hour as a gift to yourself to go through this process of going through every single item on your list that you...
If you are trying to grow your business or brand or bring awareness to your cause, you have to be creating content for the world to see. But there's more than just creating content. You have to set yourself up for success in order to do it. In this episode, I talk about 7 ideas to help you be a productive content creator.
Imagine for a moment that you want to learn how to swim.
You’ve always wanted to learn...but never did.
Every time you go to a party or the beach, you admire those that go swimming and you yearn to swim too.
One day, you make the decision: you are going to learn how to swim.
So, you begin to your quest of learning.
You watch YouTube videos, read books, talk to people who know how to swim, buy a swim suit and one day, you go to the pool.
You set your body down on a lounge chair and you admire those that are in the pool swimming.
I sure wish I could swim, you think to yourself.
STOP! STOP! STOP! STOP! STOP!
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There comes a time when you have to stop learning and start doing.
You can call it execution, implementation or just doing. But whatever you call it doesn’t matter.
The actual doing does!
As I spoke at events, I noticed something very interesting. I was seeing the same people year after year. They would always be glad to see...
Meredith Bell has been an entrepreneur since 1982, and she’s an expert in helping companies develop the people side of their business. Meredith is co-founder and President of Performance Support Systems, a global software company based in Virginia. Their assessment and development tools support ongoing improvements in a leader’s performance. Business consultants, executive coaches and Human Resource professionals use their products to help managers become more effective leaders.
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Juliet Herman is driven by making an impact for businesses and society. She is the Chief Impact Officer and CEO of 3EEEs Impactful Transformations. She transforms concepts and visions to sustainable revenue growth with her 3EEEs strategy: Embrace + Engage = Evolve. She’s worked with award-winning innovators, Fortune 100 companies, and everything in between.
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Brian Margolis a former scientist turned entrepreneur. He is the founder of Productivity Giant and author of the book "The Index Card Business Plan for Sales Pros and Entrepreneurs: How to use the Pillar System to Simplify Your Strategy and Magnify Your Results" He's worked with everyone from Shark Tank entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 companies.
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Katja Kempe is the CEO and Founder of Viveka and a global influencer for the professional development industry. Her ability to understand industry trends and global patterns, made the need for Viveka apparent – a hub in context for a fragmented and unregulated industry. Prior to founding Viveka, Katja worked as a Strategy Manager and then COO of internationally leading law firms, this experience was paramount preparation for her work today.
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