Get Back 1 – 2 hours of Your Life Every Day!

Overcome your distractions for a better and more focused life!

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Are you frustrated by constantly getting distracted?

  • Do you feel like distractions come from everywhere?
  • Do want to get more work done in less time, but distractions keep you from doing it?
  • Are you looking for more flexibility in life but getting distracted means you seem like you are doing the same things over and over again?
  •  Are you tired of feeling stressed and guilty because distractions keep you from getting important things completed?

My smartphone is a huge source of distractions. It’s something I continue to have to monitor.

I also found I am not alone with distractions. From the hundreds of people who have taken my Time Management Analysis (TMA) report, of the twenty scenarios participants self-assessed, distractions were the biggest challenge.

That led me to create another tool that focused strictly on distractions. The Distraction Time Analysis (DTA) looks at 18 different areas that cause disruption in people’s lives. Those who took the test were able to identify not only the areas causing distractions but the intensity level as well.

Once the top distractions were identified, the participant was then able to know where to start to gain back some of that lost time.

Distractions prevent us from being fully present in our personal and professional lives.

If you want to get back 1 – 2 hours of time each day, then you need to find a way to reduce distractions and improve focus to be more present and productive.

The reason is because the modern digital age is intended and designed to distract us.

How long are you going to continue to wonder where the time has gone? Don’t you think you deserve to truly own more of your time each day?

Imagine being able to claim back 1 – 2 hours of your time without having to buy a productivity tool or trying “one-size-fits-all” solutions. 

Gift yourself 1 – 2 hours a day! $48 for a limited time.

Introducing “Time-Optimized Distraction Free Living”

Time-Optimized Distraction Free Living” identifies and prioritizes your unique distractions and gives specific solutions for them. No more chasing productivity tools and apps to try and magically bring you more focus.

 According to The Guardian, 71% of people never turn their phones off and 40% check them within 5 minutes of waking up.

 A study from the University of California Irvine found that following a distraction, it takes employees an average of 23 minutes to refocus on the task.

 Over 50% of those who have taken the Time Management Analysis self-assess that distractions are a problem for them.

You might be thinking, “Yeah, I get distracted, but it’s just something I deal with.” However, do you really know how much time those distractions cause you every day?

Cell phone on a night stand.

Staying focused is stinkin’ hard. Especially in the digital age.

Now, eliminating distractions is not just about willpower, getting rid of all technology, working longer hours, or being productive all the time.

Let me tell you about…me.

Distractions are my #1 time management challenge (see smartphone above!). Yes, even today. As I struggled with them, I did a deep dive into what causes them and the impact they have on managing time. I found that distractions come in three different forms: electronic, personal, and professional. I was then able to isolate the areas that were causing me the most problems and work on them, one-by-one.

 So, here is what I’d like you to understand. You need to first identify the sources of your distractions.

  • What electronics (i.e. texts, social media) cause you to be distracted?
  • What in your personal life (i.e. sleeplessness, clutter, anxiety) causes you to be distracted?
  • What in your professional life (i.e. boss, gossip, meetings) causes you to be distracted?

It is important you break them down and be as specific as possible. Only then can you begin to address each one individually, by level of impact. 

 Once you understand that, then you are on a journey to reclaiming anywhere from 2 – 3 hours of time lost to distractions.

 It’s not just me saying that…

 The Udemy Workplace Distraction Report showed that 70% of employees agree they feel distracted at work. While 54% claim they are dealing with poor performance due to workplace distractions.

 A CareerBuilder survey found that on average, employees lose about three hours per week to cell phone distractions.

Don’t make your life so stinkin’ hard, only $48!

That’s why I have created the “Time-Optimized Distraction Free Living” course.

 Here is what you will discover:

  • By taking the Distraction Time Analysis (DTA) you’ll understand your most disruptive distractions.
  • From there, you’ll identify your top 3 distractions.
  • You’ll confirm those top three by understanding the behaviors around those distractions to help you better understand how to combat them.
  • After finally deciding on your 3, you’ll have resources to work on, reduce, and even eliminate those distractions. Once you feel you have a handle you will affirm your top 3, You can come back and take the DTA again to identify a new top 3 and work on those.
  • The process can continue for as long as the course is available.

By the end of this course:

  • You’ll have identified and worked through 3 or more of your most difficult distractions.
  • You’ll have achieved a greater level of focus and productivity.
  • You’ll be spending 1 – 2 hours less on unimportant activities and more on higher value activities because you are not as distracted as you were.

This course will work even if:

 I’ve tried courses and tools before and nothing really worked long-term.

This course focuses on you and your specific opportunities. It is not designed as a “one size fits all” system. You work on the top 3 distractions that are causing you to lose valuable time. Your tangle progress as you work on them will be the motivation to make this a long-term solution.

 I’m skeptical of online courses overselling and under-delivering.

As I note often in the course, you need to be committed to overcoming your distractions. I will help you identify and confirm your top 3 distractions. You’ll need to consistently use the available resources for those distractions and track your improvement. Then you’ll affirm your results and can take the DTA again and pick 3 more if you like. However, if you are not going to invest the time to work on your 3 distractions, then I would recommend you not take the course until you are ready to devote the time.

I’d rather spend money on productivity apps and tools than just info in a course.

There are certainly a lot of great time and productivity apps out there. However, they don’t address specific distraction needs and the behaviors tied to them. Many times, apps are like exercise equipment that is bought and then rarely or never used. This course is not a single tool, but a process to help you change behaviors to claw back more useful time.

Invest in your time to make time less distracting!

Imagine this…

You wake up and instead of jumping on an app, you put the phone down and do something else. Before heading into work, you get your social media “fix”. You arrive at work and jump into your day, having a plan on the tasks you need to get done and the meetings you need to attend.

You’ve proactively removed your most challenging distractions and are focused on silencing social media notifications, completing one thing at a time, and not participating in the daily unofficial co-worker gripe session. You are on time and prepared for any meetings.

You are taking small breaks in the morning and afternoon, getting away from the desk to recharge. Social media viewing is limited to lunchtime, and you don’t look at it again until you are home in the evening. The workday ends and you were able to get a lot accomplished and don’t have to lug any work home.

At home, you limit TV binge watching and give yourself a break from screens before bed.

What’s nice about this? It’s not an isolated case or “luck”. It’s because you have found the solution. It is because you were able to establish what are the specific triggers that amped up your distractions because you took the Distraction Time Analysis. The self-assessment was a foundation for you to address your unique distraction challenges.

More about the course…

It is designed to create 1 – 2 hours of quality time every day. Here’s why:

  • You’ll identify what distractions impact you the most and cause you to lose time.
  • You’ll have access to 16 different resources, allowing you to focus on the distractions that are the most challenging.
  • You’ll work on the top three identified distractions to claw back time each day of lost time due to your distractions.
  • You can come back and take the DTA again and work on other distractions, opening up the possibility to even more focused and less distracted time.  

Still wondering if it is worth it?

Let me tell you about some of the bonuses.

  • You’ll be able to download chapter one of my book, The Time-Optimized Life.
  • You can get the Life Purpose Statement template. One of the key elements in planning your time in life is knowing your purpose. Don’t just tell people what you do for a living, tell them your purpose
  • The benefits of short-term goal planning. One of the ways to help control your distractions is to plan out short-term goals. Download the template to help you do it in a structured way

Still not sure? How about a guarantee?

In the course you’ll take the Distraction Time Analysis (DTA), choose your top 3 distractions, confirm them through the course sessions, download your 3 resources, and work them for at least 30 days (documenting you are using them).  Show me you have worked the system. If you don’t feel you gained back at least 1 hour of time a day because you are not as distracted as you were, I’ll refund you!

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