What are The 5 Choices?

Choice 1

Act on the Important

Don’t React to the Urgent

Is your day bursting at the seams with everything you feel must be done? Do you have a methodology for discerning the important from the less and not important things?

Act on the Important

Choice 2

Go For Extraordinary

Don’t Settle for Ordinary

Everyone has the potential to make a difference, to be extraordinary. Clearly define the extraordinary outcomes you want to achieve in your most important personal and professional roles.

Go For Extraordinary

Choice 3

Schedule the Big Rocks

Don’t Sort Gravel

The Big Rocks are your most important priorities, so put them into your schedule first! That way, you make the less important things (gravel) fight their way into your calendar, not the important things.

Schedule the Big Rocks

Choice 4

Rule Your Technology

Don’t Let it Rule You

Beep! Ring! Buzz! Ding! Our attention is under unprecedented attack. The average office worker gets only three minutes of work time before being interrupted. Harness your technology in a way that accelerates rather than hinders your ability to achieve extraordinary results.

Rule Your Technology

Choice 5

Fuel Your Fire

Don’t Burn Out

Today’s exhausting, high-pressure work environment burns people out at an alarming rate. Consistently renew your sources of energy so that you can accomplish and enjoy the great things in your life.

Fuel Your Fire