A master in the art of living draws no sharp distinction between his work and his play, his labour and his leisure, his mind and his body, his education and his recreation. He hardly knows which is which. - Lawrence Pearsall Jacks
The key to improving productivity and performance is to focus on the things you do well and offer the greatest value in your work, while reducing the things you don't do particularly well and offer little value. They are often one in the same. I will help you to identify these things and create the processes to support the necessary transformations.
The Whole You.
For optimal productivity and performance, you must consider the starting point. As great as your ideas may be, the team you've built around you, and the opportunity ahead it is all for nothing without the health and stamina needed to pursue it. The starting point is you. This is why professional athletes spend so much time in the gym. It is not enough to study tape and strategize. To execute whatever plan (which will likely change anyways) you have to be in the right space with the right tools and it starts with the whole you.
Work like it's Play.
Be playful with how you work. Your creativity is your greatest asset. Having fun is inspiring From challenge comes reward. When we play, we don't expect to win all the time. We learn to rejoice in others victories. In the world of abundance, if you keep playing the game you will eventually win. Work is about gaining skills, confidence, know-how, connections, and insights that offer value to the community. Keep gaining and you will never lose.