10 Powerful Questions to Help You Free Your Time to Focus on Productivity

This Tool will Walk You Through the Path Toward Greater Effectiveness and Success

If productivity was a game, what would your score be? Would you beat the record or sit down and wish you could?


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A significant number of us start any task but fail to focus and complete them. Even if you aren’t competitive, how would you rank your ability to plan, prioritize, organize, and execute your tasks? It might sound easy, but takes a tremendous amount of time.

Once you complete a task, what score would you give yourself for time management? How about your email systems, or your scheduling process? These are tough questions to answer about productivity, right?

What if I told you that there was a way you could measure yourself in the productivity areas that matter most? Would you take the chances of knowing your score to help you improve your productivity?

Well, now you can. Here is a system you can use to know you productivity score. It may help you find ways to improve in areas identified by the assessment. Allow me to present to you the Michael Hyatt’s tool.

Free to Focus

New York Times best-selling author Michael Hyatt has developed a proprietary tool that makes this whole process super easy — and it’s free!

Like many assessments, this one is self-administered. It provides you with the opportunity to answer a series of ten questions around key areas of productivity.

Interestingly, the tool then calculates your answers and gives you an overall productivity score.

The whole process takes less than ten minutes. It will provide you with the clarity you need to walk the path toward greater effectiveness and success.

Therefore, once you discover your Score, you can quickly see opportunities for growth, as well as what you’re already doing well. So take the assessment. http://freetofocus.com/a23140/2017assessment.

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