Do you think you don’t have enough time? Here’s why you’re wrong.
You can’t manage time any more than you can juggle jelly. Unless it’s frozen of course. And we all know you can’t freeze time. The simple fact is we all have the same amount of time available to us. You. Me. Richard Branson. The Dalai Lama. The real issue is what you do with it. And that’s why productivity isn’t about time management. It’s actually about self-management.
So, what if I could give you a toolset which will help you:
Identify the habits, activities and behaviors that are costing you dearly in time and energy.
Build a framework for restoring control over yourself and your productivity.
Reclaim up to a day per week (4 days a month or nearly 50 days per year!) to use as you like, without lowering your effectiveness.
I can. It’s called Executive Equilibrium™.
What is Executive Equilibrium™?
Executive Equilibrium™ is an approach I have developed to help successful business owners and executives take a step back from the craziness of their daily existence. It helps them identify areas of their working lives that, if optimized, could free up substantial amounts of time and energy.
Crucially, it also provides a practical and immediately actionable framework for making the changes required to establish and maintain superior self-management and productivity - permanently.
Who is it for?
Executive Equilibrium™ is best suited to business owners, CEOs and senior executives within small and mid-sized organizations.
How does it work?
I deliver Executive Equilibrium™ in two ways:
The Online Experience
The most immediate route into Executive Equilibrium™ is via a flexible 8 module guided-study course, delivered online. Here’s an overview:
Module 1: The Equilibrium Audit
We uncover the myriad ways you are harming your own productivity and effectiveness, probably without even realizing it.
Module 2: Securing Quick Wins
I show you the small actions you need to take first that will deliver immediate improvements in your everyday effectiveness.
Module 3: Defining “Priority Priorities”
The secret to hyper-performance is extreme focus on the activities and goals that will deliver the greatest positive impact. This is where we identify them.
Module 4: Establishing New Behaviors
One of the greatest lessons any executive can learn is, “What got you here, won’t get you there.” To make a step change in your performance and regain control over your days, you need to start doing some things differently. This module shows you how.
Module 5: Building a Radical Routine
There is no magical regimen that will transform your performance. You need to discover what works for you and commit to it. This module helps you do exactly that.
Module 6: Communicating the Change
Once you start changing the way you do things, people are going to notice. Not all of them will be thrilled. This is where you learn how to leverage your supporters and manage the dissenters.
Module 7: Selecting Your Impacts
By this point, you will have become significantly more productive while freeing up significant portions of time. This is where you decide how to use them.
Module 8: Maintaining Equilibrium
Success is not an event, it’s a process. The biggest risk associated with this or any other self-optimization system is that it doesn’t stick. We finish the program by helping you avoid that trap.
I will be on hand to offer help and advice via email throughout the process, and you get a free 1-hour call with me to discuss the specifics of your situation.
2.Private One-on-One Coaching
My best clients often prefer to work with me individually, sometimes after having completed the online course, and sometimes right off the bat. The content is the same as it is within the online experience, but you get:
Weekly one-on-one calls with me, at our mutual convenience.
Unlimited phone and email access to me, 7-days a week for 8-12 weeks as we go through the material.
Content and outputs tailored to your individual needs.
Several special bonuses not available to online course subscribers.
How is this approach different?
Unlike traditional approaches to improving executive productivity and performance, the process is not about telling you what to do. It’s about giving you the tools to uncover what works best for you and applying them in a sustainable way.
That means you get faster results, and a flexible template for adjusting course regularly.