Continuous Improvement is not just for businesses.
My day job is helping education companies be more productive and make more impact.
I work mostly with education technology companies that do $1-$10 million in revenue with ~10-50 employees.
Here are some companies I’ve helped:
That means I build repeatable systems and bullet-proof operations that scale.
This is your chance to learn the tactics and strategies I’ve learned over the last 10 years.
It’s your chance to join me and get 1% better every day.
It’s your chance to be part of a community that is focused on building systems and relationships that lead to continuous improvement.
But how do these productivity lessons apply to my life?
Plain and simple, these are the things people most want to do:
- Stop bad habits.
- Create new, good habits that stick.
- Stop procrastinating.
- Overcome failure and bounce back.
- Stay motivated to follow through on your goals.
Guess what? It’s the same for businesses.
And what’s even better is that the people running businesses are also people.
People running businesses have the same biases, flaws, emotional predispositions, and crummy habits that the rest of us have.
I’ve taken what works at the business scale and focused it on individuals.
At the end of the day, it’s still a person who is trying to avoid the feeling of being disorganized, worrying if they are forgetting something, or letting something important slip through the cracks.
So, here’s what will happen:
- You will immediately get a 7-Email Productivity 101 Crash Course with free, downloadable checklists, guides, and tools at the end of each one.
- After that, you get a short, daily email with tips, tactics, and cheat codes to be more productive in your own life.
- You get the ability to message me and be part of my private slack community (Relentless Forward Progress).
What’s actually in each email?
In each email, you can expect to read about neuroscience, empirically-based learning models, and frameworks like Agile and Lean.
I also write about the school system and the mechanics of how we’ve been taught to think.
At the end of each email, you’ll see a “2 Minute Action.” By reading and attempting these actions, you’ll build a habit of turning a big idea into small, actionable steps.
I use a minimalist writing style to get straight to the point and I write every day.
It’s small, consistent, daily efforts that will benefit you later on.
Drip. Drip. Drip.
If you decide it’s not for you, you can unsubscribe at any time–no hard feelings.
So, do you want to get 1% every day?
Punch in your best email below and let’s get started.
P. S. I will never share any of your personal information including your email. Period.