The Productivity Tool Kit Closes Tomorrow!

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The Productivity Tool Kit

Tomorrow is the last day!

Instead of keeping enrollment perpetually open for The Productivity Tool Kit, I decided to just open our first course for a short time, so that I can really help all of our students find success as they work their way through the course. To make this a special experience for our very first students.

And tomorrow, Friday, is the final day to enroll. (We’ll close the doors on Friday the 18th at 9pm Pacific Time.)

Are you in? Did you grab your spot?

Or are you still on the fence?

If you’re on the fence, let me ask you this. What are the tools and strategies inside this course worth to you?

Tools and strategies that can refine your everyday and help mitigate the stress in your life. That can help you give your very best effort and highest contribution to the things that truly matter to you. That will teach you specific, actionable tricks to take the overwhelm out of your heart when you look at your to-do list.

What is it worth to you to create a life for yourself that feels free, present, and productive?

Friend, you deserve that and so much more! If you’re undecided, I totally get it. I know that there are so many what-ifs. What if I can’t finish? What if it doesn’t work? What if I don’t like it?

Head over to our info page and read through our FAQs. Then lead with your heart and decide whether you want to join the folks who have jumped in and are really going for it.

If it’s not the right time, I one hundred percent get it. But just let me say this — there is so much growing to do inside The Productivity Tool Kit, and it’s yours for the taking if you want it.

Thank you for your love and support and excitement for the course! Have a great day!


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  1. The first thing I like about this product is that it includes all the things that you need to be productive. It has a calendar, task manager, notebook, and email client all in one place. You don’t have to switch between applications and tools which can be very frustrating if you are trying to get work done on multiple projects at once. While reading about similar products in essays at , I learned about this tool kit. I use the same set of tools for almost everything in my life: writing blog posts, emailing clients and friends, doing client work or working on personal projects.