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23 Feb 2015 | Tips, tools, tricks

 

What fuels your inspiration? For me it’s conversation, so I’m asking for your help!

I’m writing a new book, and I’d love to talk to you if

a) you have a story to share – or a tactic that’s worked really well for you
b) you have a burning question – something you’re struggling with or stuck on that you would like some help with

on the following productivity topics:

  1. From Chaos to Clarity: Organising your stuff
  2. Mind Monkeys and Lizard Brain: It’s not just about being in the right place at the right time.
  3. Fake work vs real work: How to be less busy and more productive
  4. Real world tactics: How to be productive when the rest of the world isn’t
  5. Tough love: Setting boundaries and saying no
  6. Being human: How your personality affects your productivity
  7. What’s the point? Why productivity isn’t just about getting things done
  8. Work Life Rhythm: How to find momentum and ‘balance’ in the fast lane
  9. Jumping off the guilt trip: What stress, overwhelm and guilt really does to our productivity – and how to take back control.
  10. The Art of Juggling

Do you have a story to share – or a tactic that’s worked really well for you?
If so I’d love to interview you. Nothing formal, just a recorded Skype chat over a virtual cuppa.

Have a question or challenge in one of these areas? Tell me what specifically you’re struggling with or stuck on, and if it’s something I can help with, I’ll send you a link to my diary to book in a 30 minute coaching session with me to work out a personal solution for you.

Why? Because I write better out of conversation. Your questions fuel my inspiration, and also mean that what I write is more relevant and helpful for you.

How does this work?

1. You need to be available to talk this week. I have slots in my diary Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.

2. If it’s a question, it needs to be one I haven’t already answered in one of my blog posts. If I have, I’ll send you the post, and if you still have questions, feel free to come back to me.

3. You must be committed to taking action as a result of the session, and report back next week to tell me what’s changed.

Interested?

Drop me a line and let’s set up a time to talk.

Look forward to hearing from you!

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I coach, train, write and speak on productivity. I help people adopt new ways of working and thinking about their work to replace stress, overwhelm and frustration with success, sanity and satisfaction.

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