Do you ever find yourself constantly busy, spending all your time running around doing this and that, yet never making any progress on anything?
Are you finding that you spend more time reacting to problems than doing what you’re meant to be doing?
I think this can describe all of us from time to time, because sometimes it’s unavoidable - but sometimes it isn’t, and with a small change to how you approach that which needs to be done, you can enjoy a calmer, more productive life, both at work and at home.
Daniel Hollands (@LimeBlast) doesn’t claim to have all the answers, but he has spent the last year exploring his own personal productivity, and he would like to share what he has learned with you, including:
- How to set SMARTER goals
- Taking an analogue approach to productivity
- Lessons learned from the LEAN methodology
- Getting into the right head space
- And his own approach to remembering his long term goals (and the journey he took getting there)
Doors open at 6pm, with time for pizza and networking before the formal start at 7pm.
We have a Slack channel which acts as a virtual water cooler, allowing you to chat the other members of the group. If you've not already joined, you can do so using the link below:
If you have any questions or ideas, hit me up on the slack channel.