Time management and productivity are huge conversations in the world of business. I find that people want to increase the capacity to get things done, yet they get lost in the planning or fail to schedule the doing. I put together a tool that is all about “how to increase your productivity” to guide you in achieving more and being more. You can use this with your teams if you want to supercharge them too.
I have interviewed more than 300 highly successful leaders to understand what makes them achieve greatness. I have compiled 3 different tools from best selling authors on the subject of getting more done. Here is the guide: Hyper-Productivity: 3 Habits to Help you Supercharge Your Productivity.
I find that the reasons we don’t achieve or do what we want are one of the following:
1. Limiting Beliefs
Your limiting beliefs are the biggest roadblock to your increased productivity. You think you know a truth that may have served you in the past; however, it may not be the way to the future. It is hard to shift these alone, but you can. As Marshall Goldsmith said so well, “What got you here won’t get you there.”
In many cases, you have to shift your identity to make a change stick. Your identity is how you see yourself. As you grow, you will find it uncomfortable to shift your identity — and this is exactly how you grow.
2. Bad Strategies
You can’t hustle your way out of a bad strategy. You must utilize a strategy designed to give you the results you want. You may also have to shift your beliefs to get your strategy to work. If you want to increase productivity, your strategy will guide you to being more.
3. Ineffective Time management
Making the time to do the work is essential to getting more done. I created this guide to help my clients get clear on the core elements needed to make a change in their day-to-day.
My gift to you is this guide to getting more done. HyperProductivity is actually 3 ways to look at your approach to your goal. I’d love to know how it works for you. I know if you do the work, it will work.