I designed my Intentional Productivity course to be as concise as possible, and I think I was successful. At the time of this writing, the Intentional Productivity course includes only 2.5 hours total of short videos, despite covering a lot of ground. But because it covers the key concepts behind the Intentional Productivity system, in addition to talking about strategies and techniques, the course does still take some time and it may seem daunting to people first considering the course.
I recently realized that it doesn’t make sense to start with all of those background concepts – I should start with the key actions people can take to start improving their productivity superpowers (managing your mind, tasks, time, and distractions) as quickly as possible. Then, once people have started picking up some momentum on that, they can go deeper into the background concepts and additional techniques/strategies.
So that’s what I’ve done. I spent the past month creating the Quick-Start Guide to Intentional Productivity mini-course. It’s as concise as I could make it, with short videos totaling only about one hour total. This means you could get through the whole mini-course in less than 2 hours total (an hour for the videos and up to an hour for setting up your task and time management systems). And, of course, you don’t have to do everything at once – you can go through it as quickly or slowly as you’d like.
To hear more, check out the video below.
I’m very excited about this Quick-Start Guide and would love to hear what you think. If you’re interested in giving it a try or want more details, click the button below.