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The ability to focus is challenging in todays environment of high stimulation, competing priorities and mounting distractions is not easy as it is. Add ADHD on top of it and the challenge gets bigger. Studies show that many entrepreneurs and business leaders have this challenge. We wont go into why this has become more prevalent because that may open up a whole new can of worms but we will talk about how to deal with it in the most effective way. These tips and strategies discussed are for ANYONE so if you think this isn't for you, think again.
What will the listeners learn:
1)The 4 key ingredients that help your body and brain to be productive
2) How to create the optimum physical environment for productivity
3) 3 strategies To Focus on any task.
Todays Guest: Jacqueline Sinfield
Jacqueline Sinfield is an ADHD Coach, and author of the book “Untapped Brilliance: How to Reach Your Full Potential as an Adult with ADHD”
For the last 11 years Jacqueline has been coaching adults with ADHD using her 3 prong system to treating and managing ADHD. The system takes a person from feeling their life is an out of control roller coaster to being organized, productive and calm. From here it is possible to excel in all areas of life include work, home and relationships.
Welcome to the first episode of Take Charge of Your Productivity! You are here because you have high standards. You want more and want to understand how to get it. To help you hit the ground running, I have focused the first show not on incremental growth in productivity, which is great, but about quantum growth in productivity.
Today we are honored to have Bill Walsh join us to talk about his concept of quantum productivity.
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Welcome to Music 4 Life® Radio where we power your potential and build mental fitness with music to mediate the life of your senses with the life of your Spirit. Licensed music therapist Judith Pinkerton takes you on a journey during June's national Professional Wellness month, exploring music's capability of mitigating anxiety, anger, depression and grief, interviewing professionals across the country. Today she tackles how to increase productivity (in all areas of life), interviewing special guest Dr. Dennis Burkhardt, retired chiropractor, teacher, sports officiator and CEO of Music 4 Life, Inc.
Today's music choices are explored to understand how we use music for productivity - no matter the job - and stay positively engaged in the game of life. Find our music recommendations and Judith's commentary at Music4LifeBLOG.
Learn how your personal music listening habits may reduce stress or build stress in Judith's TEDxTalk "Music Powers Potential: Building Mental Fitness." Discover what your music says about your health and how to adjust listening habits to significantly reduce anxiety in prescriptive formulas choosing music from all styles in the downloadable 2-hour accredited course Music Medicine Boot Camp.
Productivity is like a windmill; the smoother, more consistent, and faster the blades turn, the more productive you tend to be. In taking charge of your productivity, there are three segments – or in windmill terminology, “blades” – that are critical. They are Psychology, Strategy and Sustainability. Without all three of these, your “productivity windmill” is underpowered; it’s just not turning optimally.
In this episode, our focus is on Psychology and, more specifically, on the importance of purpose as a driver of productivity. Today we are privileged to share the passion that Larry Ackerman brings to the topic of identity and its role in connecting us with our purpose. He will explore with us his perspective on identity as a source of energy that drives our success and fulfillment. When we tap into our true identity, Larry believes that we are unearthing the purpose we are born with.
Many of us feel that we are healthy and energetic. It often isn't until we fall ill that we begin to address deeper issues that were lurking under the surface. Understanding the role Physiology plays in to our performance is so important, and needs to be a higher priority for everyone interested in boosting productivity levels! If we aren't feeling good everything is affected. We can’t afford to wait until the effects of our lifestyle catch up with us. We have to take charge of our physiology now so that we can maintain and sustain our levels of productivity.
Today, we will be joined by Dr. Isaac Jones to learn how our physiology directly influences our psychology, making it the simplest trigger to boost our energy management, which is the secret-sauce of productivity. Dr. Jones is the world's leading cellular de-toxicity expert with amazing programs to help people become healthful and live happier, more fulfilling lives by healing themselves from the inside out.
The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, March 11, 2015, from 7-8 pm ET (4-5 pm PT).
Last week we talked about the six steps to building a remarkable workplace, and this week we're going to talk about email productivity and a new way to work.
Really. Email productivity. We know, we know -- sounds like a contradiction, but it's not.
Email as we know it today is outdated and was invented before “Internet” was a household name. Instead of our managing email -- which really manages us -- what we need is a better way to communicate that focuses on deeper engagement and better outcomes.
Social tools, and mobile and cloud technologies have significantly changed the expectations of consumers about online communications, social interaction and other collaboration tools.
When it comes to the technology we use, we want our work experiences to echo our personal lives, while our organizations want tools with company-wide security and scalability.
It's time for email to act more like a personal assistant. That's something the world of work needs today.
Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-founders and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as we learn about email productivity and a new way to work with this week’s guest: Carolyn Pampino, Design Director of Collaboration Solutions for IBM.
Thank you to all our TalentCulture sponsors and partners: TalentWise, Dice, Hootsuite, IBM Smarter Workforce, CareerBuilder, PeopleFluent and HRmarketer Insight.
To flow means to move along in a steady, continuous stream. Much like water. When it comes to getting things done, there has to be a flow that you generate. Without it, there is no movement, only stagnation. If things aren’t flowing, then they’re backed up and if things are backed it means you aren’t getting things done and it’s impacting your cash flow.
Your days, weeks and your environment have to flow in order for you to be at your top level of productivity. During this broadcast I'm going to talk about your productivity flow, what it is and how important it is in the productivity game. I'm also going to share with you how you find your productivity flow. If your days and your things to do are backed up, if you're not moving things along in your day in that steady continuous stream, tune in and listen.
Special guest Porter Knight with Productivity Vermont, a company dedicated to empowering busy professionals to achieve more at work, joins us on this XPollination episode. They believe that productivity doesn’t just happen; it begins with a conscious commitment. It requires skill and decision-making to thrive, and may need ongoing support to sustain. Productivity Vermont sets out to create a system that fosters these characteristics in the workplace.
Their powerful strategies have helped thousands of executives, employees, and entrepreneurs acquire a greater sense of purpose, hone their decision-making skills, and achieve greater life balance while boosting their performance at work.
Join Marnie and special guest Cathy Sexton as they discuss:
1. What productivity is, what it’s not and why it often gets confused.
2. The three most common myths and misconceptions about productivity and
why understanding them can help you establish habits of success.
3. The types of people who are much more prone to productivity issues and
how to spot them before you hire them, or train them to be more productive if
they’re already on your team.
4. How to identify your “Natural Productivity Style” to maximize your personal
5. The 7 reasons productivity is important enough to invest into.
We all have the same amount of time. Why is it that some people seems to effortlessly successful while others cant get out of their own way? What sets the champions from the rest of the pack. Yes it is the skills they built over the years and the hard work and determination but what is behind those choices and what keeps them from choking in the high pressure game environment.
The secret is in the championship psychology separating those that create their success and those who keep themselves from their success.
Connie Kvilhaug, also known as Connie K, the MindSet Mentor is a Certified Hypnotist and Certified Instructor in the hypnosis field, as well as a Master Practitioner in the field of Neuro-Linguistic Communications. She develops customized programs for clients who want to increase their vitality and energy, release weight, manage stress, eliminate smoking and tobacco habits and alleviate fears. She specializes in helping people change their mindset to heal the hurts of their hearts, whether from childhood issues, relationship issues or self-worth issues.
As a national speaker and trainer, Connie presents keynotes and training to business people, government groups and organizations who seek innovative and unconventional ways to implement and improve their organizational health and wellness programs, expand interpersonal communication skills amongst employees and teams, acquire useful tools that increase productivity, improve morale and positively impact health, well-being and even the bottom line.