FREE WEBINAR: The Secret to Quickly Planning an Efficient Day

FREE WEBINAR: The Secret to Quickly Planning an Efficient Day


  • TOPIC: The Secret to Quickly Planning an Efficient Day
  • Instructor:  Allyson Lewis and John Arnold
  • Course Length: 60 Minutes
  • Followed by Q&A

Did you know that by dedicating just 1% of your time to strategically planning your work you can quickly plan an efficient and highly productive day?

1% of your day is just fourteen minutes.  In this webinar, Allyson Lewis showS you exactly how she leverages just seven minutes in the morning and seven minutes in the evening to dramatically increase efficiency.

Why is efficiency so important? You can’t improve your time management without it. You can’t get out from under the chaos without it. And, you will not have time for what you value most in life without it.

Specifically, you’ll learn:

  • How to prioritize your to-do list
  • How to create a daily written plan of action
  • How to focus on completing your most important tasks
  • How to turn your ideas into actions

In the video Allyson shares why we procrastinate and lays it out in easy to understand terms.  You’ll may want to save the image below as a reference sheet for that portion of the video.

7 Minute UPDATED 4 Quadrants of Procrastination Image

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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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