Learn How to Be A Multiplier
If you’ve tried all of the tips, tricks, tools, apps, checklists, planners and technology gimmicks to improve your productivity, you may wonder why it is that you still haven’t mastered your time.
“Creating the next level of results requires the next level of thinking.” –Rory Vaden
My friend Rory Vaden, cofounder of international company Southwestern Consulting, NYT bestselling author of Take the Stairs: 7 Steps to Achieving True Success, says that:
- Everything you know about time management is wrong.
- The most productive people in the world do things differently.
- We need to understand the emotional aspects of time management.
- We need to learn how to multiply our time.
- We need to learn how to procrastinate on purpose.
His new book, Procrastinate on Purpose: 5 Permissions to Multiply Your Time has just been released. A few weeks ago, I sat down with Rory to talk about his extensive research into time management.
If you want to be more productive, more effective, more impactful – and who doesn’t – Rory’s research will propel you along.
3 Types of Procrastination
Learn about the 3 different types of procrastination: