Do You Prioritize Poorly?

Do you prioritize poorly? Letting work pile up
Joe Burroughs

Joe Burroughs

Many people are frustrated by uncertainty and complexity in their jobs. I use Agile principles to provide clear and simple strategies so that you can win at work!

If you have a system that allows work to “pile up” or if you are focusing on many items that never seem to get completed you might consider a new prioritization method.

The never-ending inbox

Do you ever feel like you can’t dig out from under your inbox? Are there so many things on your plate right now that you aren’t sure which is the most important? Are you just one or two more tasks away from a panic attack?

You aren’t alone! Today’s workplace has sped up to the point that it is hard to stay above the “waterline” when it comes to assignments and projects that need our attention. It seems like computers and modern technology has not lived up to the promise of making our lives easier, instead, they have conspired to make our lives busier!

There is a solution!

Systematic prioritization can help you get a handle on your current overload of work and keep you ahead of the pile up going forward. If you spend a few minutes everyday applying simple prioritization techniques like those I outline in my course “Less to do Today” you can say goodbye to the pile up forever and free up time to take care of what really matters, your goals!

What is Less to do Today Really About?

Tell me if this sounds like you: When someone asks you how your day was you answer, “Busy!” or worse, “Busy, busy, busy!” So many of my colleagues and co-workers are busy all the time, and yet they aren’t accomplishing their goals. They aren’t able to devote time to the things they actually want to get done. 

What if there was a way to cut your workload in half?!? Yep… in Half! Imagine you could learn a few simple techniques that would focus your effort, free up your time, and help you knock out those big goals one after another? What would you do with that superpower? 

That’s exactly why I created Less to do Today! it is all about giving you the plan to get more big things done in less time. If you follow the simple steps laid out in this micro course you will cut your workload in half. It will take you less than 30 minutes each week to get hours back every single day.

So, if you’re ready to get started simply click the button below. You can buy the course and get started right now!

Why Should You Buy This Course?

Right now you are struggling to stay ahead of the work piling up in your inbox. You feel trapped in the quicksand of to-do’s and you want a way out. 

Imagine if you could cut your workload in half, get hours back every day, and accomplish your goals.

That is what Less to do Today delivers!

Less to do Today how to cut your workload in half!


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