Does this sound like you?

You have lost control over your schedule and have so many balls in the air that you sometimes struggle to figure out what to work on next — it’s all important.

You’re always busy, but at the end of the day you wonder what you’ve accomplished. You often feel guilty or that you’re not enough.

You've repeatedly tried to solve your problems

You’ve pushed yourself to do more in a day by being disciplined, working harder, and attempting to have better boundaries.

You’ve purchased special productivity planners, downloaded task management apps, and heeded the advice to say “no” more and stop multitasking.

You still feel overwhelmed and burned out

Despite these efforts, you continue to feel pulled in multiple directions, you’re not progressing fast enough on your key projects, and you’d like more meaningful time with people you love.


Learn a system designed to help you focus on what’s most important and pursue your purpose.








Learn a system designed to help you focus on
what's important

Define Done

It’s easy to fall into the trap of perfectionism, but did you know that 20% of your effort leads to 80% of your results?* How often do you spend all day working on your to-do list only to realize that you’ve accomplished little of value? Get your time back by intentionally articulating scope at the beginning of a task and focusing on the most impactful 20%.


Taking control of your time depends on knowing how long your most important tasks will take. Accurately estimating the duration of each task will help you block out your schedule and avoid overcommitting your time — no unmet expectations or discouragement at the end of the day!


No one can do it all. We have to make choices even when it’s unclear what the right choice is. By intentionally aligning your time and priorities, you can free up your schedule for what matters most.

Reflect and Iterate 

Life is always changing; goals may shift, new ideas become important, and life circumstances evolve. You need a sustainable system that can adapt to you. Use key principles of retrospection to ensure your to-do list doesn’t overshadow your purpose.

As a result of learning this system, you will:

  • Focus on high-impact projects

  • Commit to new work thoughtfully

  • Transition between tasks effortlessly

  • Accurately assess project completion dates and work toward deadlines

  • Communicate obstacles proactively

  • Regain time for self care

  • Be present with friends and family

  • Relax at the end of the day, knowing you’re on track to accomplishing your most important goals

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The To-Do List Challenge
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End the Day Knowing You Got the Most Important Work Done
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Divide the Domestic Load and Uncover Quality Time

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