Before you start thinking you’ve found the next bright new shiny objects that are going to wave a magic wand and fix all your business, life or time management problems, get real for a moment.
There's no such thing as a quick fix program. It will take some effort and honest thought on your part. You need to make a commitment to doing some of the things we discuss, before you create change that will dramatically improve your productivity, reduce the wasted time in your business and your life, and ultimately create the results you are looking for and help you reach your goals.
I’ve spent years researching and using a vast array of personal and business effectiveness tools, including a wide variety of time management processes. I’ve read the books, the articles and the blog posts. I’ve attended the training and seminars. I’ve had coaches, mastermind groups and accountability partners.
As fast as I got comfortable with one thing, I found the next. The more productive I became, the more results I wanted. The quicker I got stuff done, the more speedily other people wanted it.
There is no such as time management. There is just effective personal management. You might call it self-discipline.
You don’t manage time. You manage what you do with your time. You don’t become more effective in managing your time. You become more productive in its availability.
And so, there is no quick fix. There is just commitment to the process, self-application to a cause.
If you're up for it, I can support you.
Are you prepared to do whatever it takes to reach your goals and get the results you are looking for?
“In business, I have learned that I get the results I created in the first place. When things go well, it is because I’ve made some effort, done something that appealed to someone else, and been rewarded in some way. Equally, when things didn’t go as I expected, I have been able to identify where my lack of confident communication has attributed to the result I achieved.
That confident communication might have been the external message to my potential customers or prospects, of it could have been the internal story I told myself about how successful my actions were going to be. Either way, it was confident communication, or lack of it, that created the result.
"I have gained so much...I would not have had the confidence to do this 6 weeks ago"
John Lavery BSc (Hons) BArch RIBA
"Definitely something to be said for teaching yourself to be ambidextrous. Eating soup with the other hand is an interesting challenge."
Simon Smith, Confident Communication & Accountability Coach, Trainer & Speaker