FREE WEBINAR: Four Non-negotiable Steps to Quarterly Planning for Greater Productivity

FREE WEBINAR: Four Non-negotiable Steps to Quarterly Planning for Greater Productivity

  • Presenter: John Arnold
  • When: Tuesday, March 21, 2017, 11am (CST)

Do you have a clear plan for the next 90 days?

If you do not, then your results will likely be unpredictable and fall far short of what they could be. Without a clear plan you will be a victim of distractions, other people’s expectations, and low value meaningless tasks.

Even the simplest plan can make a world of difference.

I share the four step process we urge people to use every 90 days if they are serious about taking control of their time management.

You actually get to look over my shoulder as I share exactly what I did to create my own 90 day plan.  This is step-by-step instruction that anyone can follow.

You’ll discover:

  • How to avoid costly mistakes and identify your most fruitful activities by reviewing the last 90 days
  • Two tools you can use to rapidly make decisions on the most valuable use of your time
  • Secrets of setting actionable goals that don’t wind up on a shelf
  • And more

Links to the free worksheets referenced in the video:

A new quarter starts April 1st, but how well you crush it begins right now!

Watch now and set yourself up for success.

About the Author:

John Arnold has been an avid user of 7 Minute tools since the release of Allyson’s first book The Seven Minute Difference. He is an ordained Presbyterian minister, author of the blog and has mentored and inspired people to more fully live out their faith for over 20 years. From these experiences, John brings to Seven Minutes, Inc. a unique grasp and depth of understanding as to how people learn and grow. John was an inspiring and encouraging presence to Allyson throughout the writing of The 7 Minute Solution. As Chief Inspiration Officer of Seven Minutes, Inc., he continues to work with Allyson to refine and innovate principles for living a life of greater productivity and meaning.

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