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Quick quiz: Do you ever feel guilty for not doing what is really important to you but isn’t on your to-do list?
Do you find yourself struggling to be productive even though you are busy for 18 hours a day?
Have you ever considered that the issue might not be your ability to just DO MORE?
If you are a human being working at a job, trying to get ahead, I feel very confident that you answered yes to the first two questions (and possibly the third).
If this hits home for you, then today’s episode on The School of Greatness is going to change your life.
I hadn’t heard of today’s guest, Rory Vaden, before he reached out to me about his new book Procrastinating on Purpose. But I’m so glad he did!
Rory is a hugely successful consultant, world class public speaker, NYT best-selling author, and really nice guy.
He also has a great Southern accent.
Not only do Rory and I both have a history with Toastmasters (he got second place in the world championships for speaking), but we both have spent a lot of time thinking about how to maximize our time.
In our interview, Rory not only explains the paradigm-busting framework of the “focus funnel,” but he discusses the WHY behind our struggles with time management.
The biggest insight for me was how he explains our emotional connection to delegating and time management. It’s not just a logical battle we face with ourselves – it has to do with our hearts.
Prepare to be validated, coached, and freed from your productivity crisis. Welcome to Episode 114 with productivity master Rory Vaden.
“You’re either consciously saying no to what doesn’t matter or you end up accidentally saying no to the things that do matter.”
Has your life been changed? Do you feel like you have a new super power? I loved this interview and took a few notes for my own productivity improvement. What will your biggest time management shift be after listening to Rory?