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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.
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.
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.
For years Dawn O'Connor has trained and coached thousands of people to help them maximize their productivity at work. Now she joined forces with Graham Allcott, the founder of UK’s leading productivity training company Think Productive. Together they share a vision to deliver practical solutions and a fresh perspective on personal productivity to companies of all shapes and sizes across Canada.
Think Productive provides fun workshops with personalized at-desk coaching to help employees increase productivity, beat stress, feel more in control of their work and develop playful, productive momentum.
Visit http://www.thinkproductive.ca for more information. Read more FREE Business Resources in the Brighter Business Empower Magazine HERE.
In this episode, I chat with Dr. Tom Duncan about the importance of language. The words we choose can have a profound impact on our outcomes. Implementing positive, results driven language does not mean chanting affirmations but rather changing the way you think. Research tells us that 95% of our decisions are made unconsciously. The unconscious is also the part of our brain controlling our emotions. The conscious, logical side is how we justify those decisions. Language is one of the core elements controlling our psychology, or that unconscious decision making process. Listen in as Dr. Tom and I discuss ways that you can alter your unconsciousness through language to achieve greater health, happiness and productivity.
My guest will be Jeanne Omlor. Jeanne is a Business and Life Coach, whose passion is helping entrepreneurs to remove the roadblocks standing in the way of their highest success and fulfillment, to help them skyrocket their businesses and create the life they really want. She has lived and worked in many different countries and has a varied background as a fashion designer, actress, filmmaker and top executive recruiter for high-level Wall Street professionals.
If you've been around for even just a short time, you know that I have a totally different approach when in come to time. I operate from that point in everything that I do. For years I have seen that personality plays a direct role in effective productivity. You might have never guessed, but it certainly does. There are various components to the puzzle and they have to be explored when it comes to creating a way and systems around getting things done.
During this broadcast I'm going to talk about your personality's role when it comes to your productivity. We'll discuss a couple of the pieces that come together to form the foundation that can be used to build personalized productivity solutions. You can't have the level of productivity that you're looking for without considering how who you are factors into this thing called time.
in Self Help
The word "no" is
difficult to say
Yet it is extremely helpful if you want to increase productivity or create functional organization.
In this episode, Master Organizer & Productivity Strategist, Janice Russell, will show you the best ways to use "no" when organizing your time, tasks and items.
Here are a few strategies you will learn:
How to say "no" when someone asks for your time whether it is a friend, acquaintance, colleague or boss.
Ways to say "no" to avoid making necessary purchases.
How the use of "no" can decrease clutter in your home or office.
Strategies take our vision and create an approach that will enable us to realize that vision. A strategy is a way to create value and leverage to achieve out outcome faster with less effort. When we think of HOW we do something we understand that there is a sequence no matter if it is about baking a cake, building a house or making a sale. Things have to be done in a particular order to achieve the best desired results. A critical component of getting the results we want is planning. There are different levels of planning effecting the different levels of productivity. On this program we will talk about the various levels of planning, the frequency one should plan and how to overcome some of the biggest challenges around planning.
Paul Hoyt, owner and principal consultant with the Hoyt Management Group and best-selling author, has over 40 years experience leading teams to improved profitability and productivity. He is an expert at helping new and growing businesses develop their strategic plans, create financial models, write business plans, and fund and execute their growth strategies. He has enjoyed tremendous success at helping businesses of all sizes achieve their growth and exit strategy objectives.
He is the author of two business books: The Foundation Factor®- Critical Measurements in Business Strength (2004), which helps business owners develop their own Business Foundation Profile® to measure the strength of their business, and the Capital Coaching Program (2010), which helps entrepreneurs learn the fundamentals of raising capital.
Paul also created the highly acclaimed online training programs The Business Survival Boot Camp and Beyond Business Survival (2013), giving small business owners the guidance they need to avoid mistakes that slow them down and shut them down.
Wellness is key to productivity and success in all areas of our lives. Caring for our physiological well being addresses the four elements of Championship Psychology as defined in my program. Today we focus on those elements of Championship Psychology by marrying the concepts of spiritual and emotional balance with successful weight loss.
Most people think losing weight is pure physiology but it is primarily psychology. The percentage of people with genetic predispositions or physiological abnormalities that prevent them from losing weight is actually low. Largely it is an internal, unconscious roadblock that prevents sustained weight loss. Permanent weight loss, or any other kind of life change is centered on transformation. Long-term weight loss calls for acceptance to changes in your life.
Guest Bio: Shiela Leaming
This week’s show features guest Shiela Leaming, founder of Workouts for Spirit ™. Shiela is a National Association of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer and a Spiritually Based Weight Loss Strategist. For over 20 years, Shiela has counseled clients on their spiritual lives, and found success combining these skills with her personal training background to meet long-term weight loss goals.
Her unique weight loss system highlights spiritual and emotional balance as an essential tool to achieve the results you want. In the Workouts for Spirit ™ system Shiela guides her clients through an inner journey while customizing a weight loss system that will yield the best results.
Shiela’s technique includes fitness and nutrition assessments, mentoring through your journey of self-discovery, weekly phone guidance, positive hypnosis recordings and email support throughout.