human productivity
& work life conversations.



Hi there, I’m Grace.

I’m known for my refreshingly human take on productivity.

As a Productivity Ninja I give teams and organisations practical, playful ways to manage their workload, inboxes, meetings addiction, attention, energy and wellbeing.

As a coach, I help people rediscover a sustainable, meaningful and joyful relationship with work.

As an author and speaker, I love sharing insights and experiences that bring honesty, hope, humour and practical encouragement into everyday challenges.

For me, productivity isn’t just about getting stuff done. It goes beyond efficiency or even effectiveness, into the whole work life experience. Doing work in a way that does us good, as well as the good we do for each other.

If that sounds good to you, you’re in good company.

“True productivity is satisfaction in a world

where the work never ends.
Excitement without exhaustion.

Opportunity without overwhelm.
To be on fire with passion and purpose,

without burning out.”
Grace Marshall

How do you do your  Best work?

That’s the fundamental question I love exploring with people.

From insights and ideas that get you going “Ohh… so THAT’s why I get to the end of a ridiculously busy day and feel like I’ve gotten nothing done!”

To helping you find (and implement!) the tactics, tools and systems that are right for YOU, to get your productivity and creativity flowing with much more ease.

Ready to start a fresh conversation about how we as humans do our best work?

Youre in the right place.


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Marianne Cantwell

Author of Be a Free Range Human

“A beautiful blend of the poetic and pragmatic, Struggle is a fresh, soothing and helpful take on dealing with the ups and downs of life.”

Caroline Webb

Author of How To Have A Good Day &
Senior Adviser to McKinsey & Company

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