What do you want more time for? What will you do it once I give it to you?
This might be the most important question you get asked today. We all complain that we don't have enough time, but its not entirely true.
We have and make time for things that are important, although we may not be intentional when choosing what that important thing is.
We need systems and methods to structure, automate and accelerate decision making, and optimise our bodies for the process.
What's also true, is that we cannot be and do everything, but with some process, we can be much better at the things we choose to do.
A famous author James Clear wrote: We do not rise to the level of our goals. We fall to the level of our systems.
This course helps you to approach your personal and business systems in new ways.
I invite you to join this journey to transform the way you experience your to do list :)
Mental models and mindsets.
Easily, this is productivities best-kept secret and makes up for most of the 80% of great ideas you are probably not following today.
Being able to identify the mental models you use when completing most tasks, and the mindset you have, opens the door to documenting, studying and improving those systems.
Elon Musk talks about first principles. Warren Buffet talks about the 5-hour rule. Jeff Bezos talks about being a day 1 company. These are mental models they are using to navigate their days. What models are you using?
The Motion Motivators. Simon Sinek has become synonymous with the word “Why” because it’s the fundamental reason we improve anything at all in our lives. In this context, why do you want to be productive?
Robust tools and systems.
There are tools out there that can help you leverage influence. Click up and Asana are two of my favourites. The best systems for delivering influence however are designed by your emotional intelligence skills on top.
Katherine Ann Byam - MBA FCCA CEO, Consultant & Coach.