Need More Hours In Your Week?
Being more productive isn't about drinking more coffee, working more hours or sacrificing the things you love.
Those are just short term solutions.
Yes, to have success in business, it's necessary to work hard and to have discipline, but if you're reading this, chances are that your problem is not that you're lazy, it's the opposite actually.
You probably have way too much on your plate because you say yes to all kinds of projects.
You're driven and ambitious, but you're starting to realize that you can't sustain that rhythm for years without jeopardizing your health.
And you can't afford to spend a lot of time to solve that big picture problem because your day-to-day business needs you.
The problem is that when you focus too much on the urgent tasks on your to-do list, you start to get tunnel vision and forget about all the less urgent projects that would be much more profitable in the long-term.
When so many things happen every day and you need to do a lot of decision like "Should I do this?" "Why don't I try that?" you might feel like your head is about to explode from all the options.
This is called decision fatigue and it makes it really difficult to take the right decisions that take into account the big picture.
It usually happens when we have too much imput or information from the outside and we try to produce as much output as possible to match it.
If you're looking to...
- Cut down your to-do list
- Free up an extra 10-20 hours every week and get control over your schedule
- Reduce the feeling of overwhelm
- Stop constanty putting out fires
- Finally take a vacation without checking in with your team every minute
- Eliminate the shiny object syndrome and decision fatigue
- Improve your productivity and creativity
- Avoid burnout
But you can't afford to spend months trying to set up the systems that will get you these results yourself...
Then our Time Freedom Mastery Program is the solution.
Ready for your most productive year ever?
The 3x3 Time Mastery Formula
Part 1: Clarify
Clarify what you want to accomplish and what might be getting in the way of your goals by following our process for the 1-Page Business Productivity Roadmap.
Part 2: Optimize
Optimize every aspect of your productivity from creating a better workspace in order to maximize your focus to rearranging your schedule using time blocks for more efficiency.
Part 3: Build
Build simple and reliable systems that take the weight off your shoulders and allow you to truly leverage your time. You'll also be able to take vacations and really disconnect while your business works on auto-pilot.