Real Success and Unleashing Productivity
“To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and affection of children; to earn the appreciation of honest critics and enduring the betrayal of false friends; and to appreciate beauty, find the best in others; leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
So, like many other things at The Coaching Centre, productivity also is an inside-out process. The end result of productivity is what people want when they come for coaching, training, consulting, and therapy. They want to produce something— a relationship, a business, well-being, fitness, identity, character, etc. Yet focusing directly on the end result, paradoxically, makes a person less effective and productive. Like happiness, you cannot pursue it directly. You have to set up the right system with the right strategy and then to unleash your highest and best productivity, you have to put together a winning strategy that unite all of the variables.
One thing that you can count on from highly effective people—they are productive. They are highly effective in their life’s work, their relationships, their home, their career, their hobbies.
How is your productivity?
» There are many facets and secrets, even paradoxes of productivity—some will make perfect sense, others will surprise, and maybe even shock you.
» Are you ready to discover these high level productivity secrets?
The design of this training is to enable you to answer such questions as these:
» What makes people highly effective and productive?
» How are they able to regularly and consistently produce as they do?
» What makes them prolific, efficient, persistent, and resilient in their work without burning-out or succumbing to stress?
» How can you unleash your processes of productivity while still having lots of fun?
» How can you become productive in a healthy way Without more work and stress?