Stress free hyperproductivity
What you'll learn
- Visualize your busy life.
- Make better choices about how to spend your time.
- Deal more effectively with interruptions.
- Be certain that whatever you're doing is the best use of your time.
- There are no prerequisites for this course.
Over two decades I developed a simple system for managing three companies, two conferences, writing a book, and still have time for myself and my family. When I first described it on Quora, the post quickly became the most popular productivity post on the site. It was chosen for syndication on the Forbes blog. The feedback I received was tremendous. In this course, I'll walk you through each step of the system so that you, too, will be able to organize a complex life in just minutes a week to make the best possible use of your time, without feeling busy.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who feels busy and doesn't like that feeling
Paul understands busy. He’s been responsible for technology and marketing project teams on three continents for longer than most of his employees have been alive. At one point, he was running three companies at the same time, while organising a TEDx conference, training for an ultramarathon, and writing two books. And he’s lazy. Anyone can be successful if they work hard enough, but Paul finds ways to succeed while making bankers jealous of his leisure schedule. Lazy people have the best productivity and management ideas. He's also an expert in Kanban, with almost twenty years of IT experience, nine of them using Kanban. He is an Accredited Kanban Trainer.