- Time management only crowds more into an already overcrowded schedule
- Time creation gives you time to invest in you.
- How to avoid the Guilt trap
- How to invest your newly created time
- The B.A.S.I.C. plan to get started
- GO ZONE: Getting in the Go Zone
- Wellbeing, Embracing Change
Mark McKeon: The great resource shortage of this century is time, no of us seem to have enough of it. Learn the 4 ways to create time and the B.A.S.I.C. step by step model to get started on creating more time for you.
Mark McKeon a world leader in the field of time creation and yet only works 30 hours per week and has 10 weeks annual holiday.
So what is the Go Zone?
There are actually 3 zones, GO, SLOW and NO!
The Go Zone is 2 hours every day where you do the most important things. You work into your IPS (Ideal performance State), set the buzzer, and allow no distractions and accept no excuses.
It’s about setting a daily habit to do the most important things.
Sales people call past and potential clients and referral alliances. Leaders make decisions and motivate others.
How do you get in the Go Zone?
There are 3 levels of thinking that you progress through.
Getting to at least the second level ensures that you are focusing on one thing at a time, and only one thing.
What’s different about the Go Zone to other time, efficiency and wellbeing programs?
It uses unique rituals and techniques to create a clear desk, clear mind, a non negotiable target that’s within your control, a Go Zone symbol, a breathing transition and the all important buzzer.
So what are the other Zones?
The zones all work together to make the program effective.
The Slow Zone is what most people are in all the time: doing 10 things at once, having their attention diverted and never getting finished.
The No Zone is where you switch off, do something that immerses you or distracts you from work, refresh and recover.
It’s helping people to enjoy their success, rather than just endure it!
What’s the ideal audience?
Anyone who’s busy.
Entire staffs at national conferences and Sales groups in Financial Services, Mortgage Broking, Pharmaceutical, Real Estate, Travel,
Direct Selling (Party Plan).
There is also a Leadership version of the Go Zone, focused on Decision Making, doing the hard things and influencing staff.
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