Do you struggle with not getting enough done?
Are you wanting to learn how to be be more productive and reach more of your goals?
Do you feel overwhelmed by everything you have to do?
If you answered yes to any of those questions - take my course and let me help you!
As of September 2017 the course has 3400+ students and a 4.93 review rating.
In this course will teach you:
The methods, changes and tweaks you need to make to your life to multiply your productivity and how to reach your dream goals much sooner. It is about working smarter not harder, and focusing on the important things, the things that get you closer to your goals.
I have condensed the videos down to a point where, they just contain the essential productivity knowledge you need to reach your goals and change your life.
In this course you will learn how to:
All my videos have:
All my courses have a 30 day, money back guarantee, no questions asked.
Welcome to the course, brief overview of what I will teach you and why you want to learn it. How being more productive can get you to your goals sooner.
My background and why I want to share my knowledge. How I have helped many be more productive and be a lot more specific on their goals and ultimately getting what they want in life.
Why you want to write your personal mission statement, build the life you want!
What is all your productivity going to go towards.
Bonus and supporting materials for making your personal mission statement.
Bonus and supporting materials for making your life goals for all the areas of your life.
How to build the plans for your personal mission statement and your goals. What are all the plans you need to meet to get your ideal life, where is your productivity best focused?
Bonus and supporting materials for making the plans for your personal mission statement and goals.
How making daily task lists will help you get more done, get you to your goals. What do you need to be productive on today, this week, this month?
Stop multitasking, you are much more productive when focusing on one task at a time.
Bonus and supporting materials on multitasking and why it doesn't work.
How starting on working towards goals right away (even if just the smallest thing), will give you a much higher chance of succeeding. Be proactive, be productive and START NOW!.
Find the hours of the day where you are most productive and place your most important work in those hours.
You need to build new and better habits to achieve your new goals, your old habits were for what you have gotten so far. You want more, you want better.
Bonus and supporting materials for building new and better habits.
Use manifestation, visualization and visual reminders to get what you want in life.
Do what you are asked to, do enough, but do not waste time and money on things you do not need to do or was not asked to do.
Limit when and how you answer phone calls and emails, get valuable time back each day.
Bonus and supporting materials for emails and phone calls.
Work only on Important tasks, get to your goal and ignore the minutia.
Bonus and supporting materials on the Eisenhower principle.
Limit when and how often you check on social media, this is a quadrant 3 or 4 activity. It is non-important, if not removed you at least need to move it to an appropriate time slot.
Learn to focus your energy where it matters, where you get much closer to your goal for less effort.
Use batching to get more done, use your time smarter and get to your goals sooner.
Use telecommuting to get valuable hours back each day, it raises productivity, timeliness of work, employee happiness and attrition.
Bonus and supporting materials for telecommuting.
Use technology to boost your productivity where it makes sense, technology is another tool you need to use where it makes sense and ignore where it doesn't.
Bonus and supporting materials for raising your productivity through technology.
Use small breaks to recharge, get an energy boost, a productivity boost and get more done.
Learn how it is OK to say no, and it is OK to change paths when your old one doesn't make sense anymore. Use your productivity on your current goals, not what you wanted 5 years ago.
Learn to ask for help and learn to delegate right to others, get much more done, empower others. Be productive where you are best, allow others to do the same.
Use outsourcing to get valuable time back for cents on the dollar, get to your goals much sooner. Spend your productivity where you are best, where your effort is most cost effective. You don't have to do everything yourself.
Bonus and supporting materials for outsourcing.
Prepare better for meetings, lead by example and save everyone hours each week on unproductive meetings. The saved hours can make you more productive and boost the productivity of your entire team.
Build the work space where you can be super productive and not distracted. Clutter is a motivation and productivity killer.
Bonus and supporting materials for organization.
Celebrate milestones, have something to work towards. You can sustain being super productive for much longer if you reward yourself every so often. Make it fun too, not just all work all the time.
Learn to be decisive, stop your procrastination and get what you want. Being decisive is a skill you need to train, and through that you can raise your productivity.
Exercise is probably the biggest productivity booster there is, on top of that it adds to so many other areas of your life. Do it!
Bonus and supporting materials for exercising.
Getting enough sleep will make you way more productive, live longer, learn faster and in a lot less accidents.
Bonus and supporting materials for sleep.
Thank you for hanging in there, now go put it to good use! Go be the awesome super productive human you can be. Get what you want and deserve in life, have an amazing life!
How to stay in touch with me on social media or my website.
Bonus and supporting materials for outsourcing!
For many years helped a lot of people reach their goals, and get what they want in life, let me help you.
I teach IT security both online and in-person.
I have taught the tips, tricks, and techniques from my courses for many years and as I grow as a person and as I interact with more students I add to them, refine them, and make them work better together.
For IT training and even more IT certification it is very important to understand what the framework of what you are doing. Many certifications are difficult, not just because of the knowledge you need, but also because of the way they ask the questions, and the point of view of that particular certification.
Looking at the CISSP certification as an example, it is very important to understand you are a manager or a risk adviser, you are not a technical resource, answer all questions from that point of view.
There may be 4 correct answers, but which is the right one (or the most right one) from a IT security managers level?
Look for the indicators (not, most, least, best) and the keywords (asymmetric, risk analysis, fail-safe).
It is a difficult exam, but having the right approach can help you succeed.
Throughout my life and career I have made a lot of lateral moves when up doesn’t look appealing, this has given me some great adventures and an amazing life.
A long that path I have done amazing things, worked on some very cool projects, and had truly inspiring colleagues, but the things I remember the fondest are the people I trained, mentored, and helped and the ones did the same for me.
My resume: Learning, and through that, growing both as a professional and as a person has always been something I have enjoyed a lot. To find what I enjoy the most I have switched careers several times, some to something entirely new and some to a similar complimentary path. It is always OK to switch paths (as long as you plan it out).’
With my love of learning, IT has been a good place to grow, there is so much to learn and it is always evolving.
I hold a good deal of IT and project certifications and I am sure more are going to show themselves in the future.
My current list of valid certifications:
Some certifications I let lapse, when I am no longer interested in working in that line of work and they do not compliment what I want to do moving forward. The ones I give up I don’t see as wasted at all, they got me to where I am now and I am grateful for that.
Mahalo Nui Loa (Thank you very much) for being here: I hope you I can help you get ahead in life through my courses. If you have any questions, suggestions, or things you think I can improve on, please post them on the course Q&A page (preferable, then other students with same question doesn’t have to ask it again) or send me a message here.