The Best Way Federal Employees Can Spend Their Extra 4 Hours Off this Xmas Eve

Think back to your most productive day this past week, this past month or even this past year.

Now ask yourself: On that day, what did you do differently? What did you eat? What strategies did you use to avoid distractions, eliminate procrastination, and stay focused all day long? What one thing did you accomplish that made you feel your best? That made you feel alive?

The truth is, most of us don’t pay nearly enough attention to our daily routine. That’s why doing a weekly, monthly or yearly review of your routine is beneficial. As federal employees sometimes, we can’t find the time to reflect. But next week, you can. Instead of spending that extra four hours on doing something that won’t move the needle for you in your career, why not use that time to feed your soul and make 2016 your best year yet? Use that time to reflect on what you did right this year and how you can build on that momentum and do even more next year. So where do you start?

Well, what if you knew precisely the right formula? What if you had a scientifically-proven recipe for achieving top performance? What if you could bottle that one perfect day and uncork it at will?

Author John Maxwell always says, “Experience isn’t the best teacher, but evaluated experience is.” Because when you look back on your experiences and reflect upon what you’ve learned, it spurs you to continue progressing.

If you’ve ever wondered how you can take your evaluated experience to the next level, I have something that I know you’re going to love.

Take a look at this incredible event, featuring some of the smartest thinkers in the worlds of psychology, business, wellness, and productivity. We’re talking New York Times bestselling authors like David Allen, Shawn Achor, Tom Rath, Adam Grant, Susan Cain, Marshall Goldsmith, not to mention the 20 other experts in the lineup.

For one week in January, they’re revealing their strategies for getting things done. And incredibly, they’re giving away tickets for FREE.

Here are just some of the many fascinating topics they’re covering:

  • How to write the perfect To Do list
  • How to eat like a mental athlete
  • How to think like a creative genius
  • How to build smarter habits
  • How to get more sleep
  • How to deal with toxic colleagues
  • How to eliminate distractions
  • How to beat procrastination
  • How say “No” to anyone, including your boss
  • How to multiply your time

Registration just kicked off and space is limited. Don’t put off what could well be the most important move you make all year. Sign up right now.

 

I can’t wait for you to watch this. This summit will shift your thinking and catapult into new heights in 2016. You may not be able to change your work environment, but you can definitely change yourself.

Remember, the key to living a happier, more productive life is less about learning new things and more about whether you put things that you’ve already learned into action. This summit is a huge step in that direction.

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You can Dustin. Start small. Don’t give it up completely. For now, just limit the amount of times you check it in a day. If you currently check 10 times. Simply check 9 times, next week, 8 times, etc. Before you know you’ll establish a new habit and you’ll be able to get more done.