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Time management is an age old topic. It feels like with todays distractions and various demands on our attention that our ability to cope has decreased. Studies now show that 5 out of 8 hours are not productive. The world health organization has declared stress a world wide epidemic. On todays show you will learn the following:
- The Little-Known Reason Why Most People Aren´t Able To Stay Productive Over Time
- 3 Simple Habits That Can Instantly Skyrocket Your Productivity
- The True Power Of Saying No
Todays Guest: Tor Refsland
When Tor Refsland worked for one of the biggest companies in Norway, earning six-figures, he managed to increase his own productivity with 200%. In other words, he managed to complete in 2 hours what he used to complete in 8 hours.
After almost falling 393,7 feet into a certain death while parasailing on a vacation in Turkey, he needed to re-evalute his life.
He decided to start his own business TimeManagementChef.com where we helps online entrepreneurs to SKYROCKET their productivity and INCREASE their profits.
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.
Tim LOVES productivity. The little practices we can put into place are awesome and liberating.
We've talked about productivy and mobile lifestyle resources before, but we have some additional thoughts in this episode. Tim covers:
Controlling your email using Boomerang or Inbox Pause
Rules for making decisions - using only 20 minutes on non-essentials
Taking frequent breaks - taking a break once an hour can increase production
Do you practice any of these techniques? Let us know on Twitter using #TD50 and be sure to subscribe in iTunes for further episodes.
Your time is one of your greatest resources. My guess is you dont treat it that way. We will focus on how to look at your time differently and how to protect your time and attention so you can get more done in less time.
Todays Guest: Frances Biernacki
Frances Biernacki is a Productivity Consultant and Professional Facilitator. Frances believes the key to business success begins with targeted training programs. As a life-long trainer, Frances has led training and development across North America for a global marketing company.
How you start the new year will set the tone and pace for the rest of the year. It isnt about the resolutions it is about the follow through. If the goals and resolutions you create are realistic the main reason people dont follow through is all mindset.
We will start the year off the year of productivity by talking about Lean as a mindset, so we can shift the way we look at things. Many people first heard about Lean as part of manufacturing. It is most quantifiable in this atmosphere but can be applied anywhere and everywhere.
On this show we are going to teach you what LEAN is and how simple it can be to identify and eliminate waste. In addition we will look at why people fail in their implementation and YOU can avoid it.
Todays Guest: Paul Akers
Paul Akers is founder and president of FastCap, an international product development with distribution in 40 countries.
FastCap based in Bellingham Washington launches approximately 20 new innovative products per year and is regarded as a lean leader among American manufacturers. The grandchild of Greek immigrants, Paul was born and raised in Southern California where he graduated with honors from Biola University. He Worked in Pasadena restoring historical homes and taught Highschool industrial arts.
His Passion is teaching others how to implement Lean thinking in their own business and personal life. Paul has worked with the US navy, IDF Israel Defense Forces, major European Banks as well companies and organization all over the world . Paul is a master craftsman, gardener, and designer. He built his home aGreene and Greene style house in Bellingham, Washington, as well as the furniture and guitars.
Work-life balance is an interesting discussion. Many people feel it is impossible and give up trying while others obsess over it. What is balance anyway? Is it possible? How do I know I have it? What is the time frame for evaluating it: daily, weekly or monthly? Lets go deep on understanding balance and the factors that keep us from our personal balance.
On todays show you will learn..
What Work-Life Balance isn't.
Tools to Get Out of Your Head.
A Quick Way to Win the Battle of Procrastination.
Todays Guest: Naketa Thigpen
Naketa Thigpen is a challenger, one whose clear purpose is to task others to greatness. As the President and co-founder of ThigPro, a life management and professional development company, her inimitable ability to develop the person inside the professional through customized retreats and simplistic systems is precisely what makes her the premier specialist in coaching. As a Women’s Executive Balance Advisor, she helps high-achievers and high potentials build efficient work-structures that allow them to effectively infuse balance into their life and business via corporate and personal development micro retreats and executive advancement programs.
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with expertise in Relationship Management, Trauma and related Behavioral modalities, Naketa Thigpen realized that she could impact the world in a unique way by integrating her skills, gifts and talents as a holistically centered success coach and balance advisor. In designing real solutions to real-time problems that exist within the business and personal worlds of today’s leaders, Naketa is determined to move them beyond excellence and into the rare air of greatness system implementation, innovative mindset modification and balance.
Today people are constantly sharing with each other how busy they are. They have so many competing priorities they don’t know where to start. Big to-do lists seem to get bigger not smaller. Part of the problem is cultural. According to an old book called "The stuff Americans Are Made Of" by James Hammond and James Morrison, says one of the 7 cultural forces that define Americans is "Impatience with Time". This impatience leads us into all kinds of trouble with impulsive behavior. This impatience goes against the benefits of structure such as planning. One thing that we do all need regardless of our personality type and skills is structure. Many people feel like adding structure takes away from their creativity or fun, in reality it removes stress and adds to the fun and creativity. We are going to explore these ideas further with todays guest.
Today you will learn:
The right way to organize your to-do list (and why almost nobody does this)
The right and wrong way to "be productive"
Why you want to be careful not to believe everything you read
Todays Guest : Sid Savara
Sid Savara's experiment and analysis driven approach to personal development has led to a wide audience and dedicated following across the globe.
He has been cited and mentioned on CBS, Inc, Time CNN Money and Fortune, and a number of books including 168 Hours, The Other 8 Hours, and 77 Success Traits.
After growing up all over North America, Europe and Asia, Sid currently resides in Honolulu, Hawaii where he spends much of his time exploring hiking trails, playing guitar and enjoying the year round warm weather.
Penny Zenker is a productivity expert, strategic business coach, international speaker and trainer, radio personality and author. She is creator of “The P10: Productivity Accelerator System”: A time and energy management system that teaches people about the 10 core drivers of productivity and the essential roles they play in success and fulfillment.
Throughout her career, Penny has applied human psychology and behavior studies to business management. Her studies and application include traditional coaching methods from the International Coaching Academy, plus NLP, hypnotherapy, painting therapy and Marshall Rosenberg’s non-violent communication, among others. She Coached for 5 years with Business Breakthroughs International, an Anthony Robbins and Chet Holmes company prior to developing this ground breaking Assessment and Accountability Program, The P10: Productivity Accelerator System.
She developed her leadership and coaching expertise during a distinguished career as an executive within one of the world’s top market research firms. She has led organizations in innovation, operational improvement, strategic planning, acquisitions, information technology and human resources.
Penny is an entrepreneur and innovator. She founded and later sold a multimillion dollar technology company where she established a solid brand and developed products that were recognized and sold internationally.
Penny’s new book “The Productivity Zone: Stop the Tug of War with Time” www.p10app.com
The Entrepreneur Power Hour Interviews Josh Gautheir. Josh instructs and guides individuals in thier mid life to experience optimal performance through time managerment and productivity traning! Josh offers a plethroa of valuable ideas and techinques to get the most effective work done in your day without procastinating! The questions asked were
1.How did you become an entrepreneur?
2.Tell more about what you do and some of the highlights of your career?
3.Give 3 tips for anyone who like start doing what you are doing? (or how what your doing can help them on their journey)
4. What has your experience as an entrepreneur been like so far and what advice can you give to our audience or other new entrepreneurs to stay motivated in order to become successful?
5. Where can we find you online?
To Find Josh go to https://www.facebook.com/josh.gauthier.779?fref=ts
To Visit The Entrepreneur Power Hour Go To http://www.theentrepreneurpowerhour.com/
Fist let me say if you are a professional Photographer, Modeling Agency Executive, Adverstisment Agency Executive, or a model that would like to be interviewed by our Host Xashti Starr, just Email our producer, Darnell T. Glover at darnellglover @darnellglovermediacommunications.agency
Hello my name is Brittany, I also go by my stage name of Vashti Star.. I am a recent graduate student at Lewis University with the major of Sports Management. I love sports and I love modeling, therefore, I can't choose between the two for I love them both and know that I can do them both. My goals are to be the best that I can be in the modeling business that showcase a positive image and pursue a long time career in it. Also, along with my goals I want to make sure I work hard and get things done for the person that I am working for. I have learned a lot about the modeling business and I am still learning! I have done a lot more work now since I learned more about the modeling business so my credits below does not half describe the work I have done. Meanwhile, I am looking for more magazine work and tear sheets. I already have 3 publications with two of the cover and looking for more! If you would like to work with me, don't hesitate to contact me. I am just a message away. Also, like my page and invite others to http://www.facebook.com/VashtiStarr
Your mindset is your personal culture and as a leader becomes the example for your team. How you show up for your time is what makes or breaks the use of your time. Your mindset plays a critical role in your productivity and your profits. You can have the best defined process but if you don’t have the right mindset the rest doesn’t matter-it is wasted. The state of your team works has to work in congruency with the strategy and resources available for implementation.
Today we wan to look at 3 of those underlying mindset principles that can serve you and your business growth.
Embrace change and foster growth
There is I in team
Resist the urge of comparing yourself to others
Todays Guest: Sara Oblak Speicher
Sara Oblak Speicher, MBA, a wife and a mom of two little ones, helps women entrepreneurs build their business that is fulfilling, and gives them family time they want, flexibility they need and financial freedom they desire. Integrating business consulting and coaching, this international best-selling author takes her clients beyond marketing strategies, sales scripts and confidence exercises; Sara’s specialty is designing profitable business models for moms on the go. Sara, a former internationally recruited NCAA D-1 basketball player (at 6’1” she still rocks her high heels), and her husband are also avid travelers and currently reside in the beautiful Hudson Valley.