For the past few days, I have been watching the Free to Focus Productivity Summit from Michael Hyatt. There are some amazing speakers and each one is crafted to target a certain need in the productivity space.
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These days our jobs require us to get more done in less time and with less resources.
The question is…
Are we actually getting more done?
Recently, I stepped into a new role at work. I went from leading projects to leading people. It is very rewarding, but also very time consuming. I am having to re-tool the entire structure of my work day and work day.
As a Facilities Manager and workplace strategist, the number one takeaway came from Cal Newport. Cal is the author of Deep Work and he shared that we need to identify a ratio of time worked in deep work (deep focus) with shallow work (checking email, etc).
This was a game-changer for me. This could revolutionize the way we design and build the office of the future. If we can intentionally design spaces for deep work, our employees will be able to get more done, with more accuracy, and live a normal life. This represents a huge competitive advantage in the marketplace, not to mention a huge attraction/retention advantage in the war for talent.
There is a speaker for everyone and I encourage you to sign up today before this unique (and FREE) summit is gone forever!
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