Insane Productivity: Getting More Done (Than You Ever Thought Possible)
Energetic. Passionate. Driven.
Productivity determines success (or failure) in life. You’re hardly alone if you’ve repeatedly asked yourself, “How can I get more done?”
You probably heard the standard answers: Manage time better. Make lists. Follow the “80-20 Rule.” These are nice, unoriginal … and wrong.
Uninhibited productivity goes far beyond processes or buzzwords. It’s about grasping the triggers of productivity. Key elements in life drive personal output. Master them, and the world is yours.
In “Insane Productivity: Getting More Done (Than You Ever Thought Possible),” keynote speaker Paul M. Neuberger dives into the “hidden” factors that allow you to do more with the time you have. His presentation is guaranteed to open your eyes (and mind).
Ditch conventional wisdom about getting more done. Instead, ponder these questions: Whom do you “do life” with? What is your identity? How is your mind fed? Which “fish tank” are you living in?
The answers are essential to maximizing personal productivity. Address the real reasons why there never seems to be enough time in the day, and conquer them … using the insight and enthusiastic guidance of inspirational speaker Paul M. Neuberger.
You can work less, make more money, and have more time with family. Paul’s presentation will lead you to insane productivity, and a better life. Are you ready to have it all?
“I loved your talk! You ROCK! Having been in the sales field for many years and watching a lot of sales leaders, I can tell, you’re a great one.”
“We recently had Paul speak with our staff on entrepreneurship. It was a big success and changed our thinking of how we present our company. At the close of the day, the staff got together to debrief and everyone was talking about how and when they could implement these tips. I call that a success. Thanks Paul!”
“I saw you speak last night and you were very enlightening, engaging, and most of all, the information you shared was very actionable – one of the best public speeches I’ve ever seen! I just wanted to say thanks for your time.”