How can you make progress in improving your system for managing all your tasks? While there are lots of ideas floating around for new behaviors, apps and devices, it’s difficult to determine which is best for you. After all, your system is unique which means that a solution for someone else won’t necessarily help. In fact, it could make things worse.
Since writing Perfect Time Based Productivity, I have been studying this challenge and recently revamped and offered a training – The Rapid Assessment Program – to help folks build their strength and doing self-assessments. How is this different than the book?
Using recent research, I found a way to compress hours of reading into a 20-minute online survey. Now, a learner need not start by reading each chapter. They can take a shortcut.
But there’s a caveat.
When you complete the training, you will have a first-time profile of your current skill-level in the 11 fundamentals and 2 executables. Usually, this takes several hours of self-study, or at least two days of live training in the NewHabits live training.
But there’s more.
In this training, you also learn how the entire system of 13 components works together. I explain why this is so important in this Medium article: Why Should an Ambitious Person Care About Becoming a Better Diagnostician in Task Management?
In short, you can make better quality changes, more quickly which means you don’t waste time trying to implement improvements that don’t fit your current situation, setup or circumstances.
Check out the Rapid Assessment Program for more details about how you could benefit.