400000$ Productivity Method – Free For You

400000$ productivity method free for you

It’s called Ivy Lee method

The Ivy Lee Method is 101 years old. Just hear me out…

Sometimes, it’s worth looking to the old standbys.

In 1918,

Ivy lee who who was a productivity consultant at the time had a meeting with Charles Schwab, who was one of the richest men in the world at the time.

Schwab was looking for ways to up the efficiency of his team. Lee gave Schwab his five-step productivity method.

Schwab asked Lee how much should he pay ? Lee told Schwab to pay him what he thinks he deserves after three months of his method in action.

90 days later,

Schwab paid Lee the equivalent of whooping $400,000 in today’s dollars.

Shocking… right?

And am gonna give you that for free, why?

Because that’s what this blog about. Helping you to Be better, Do better and Live better. If you’d like to get alerts on posts like this and useful freebies (Cheatsheets, Planners, Infographics, PDFs, Templates) click HERE.

So, are you ready to level up your productivity?

Here’s the five-step Ivy Lee Method:

1.Write down no more than 6 most important things you need to accomplish today.

2.Put those six items in order of importance.

3.Concentrate only on the first task when you get into work the next day, then move on to the next item once that’s completed.

4.If you don’t get to all six tasks, move the remaining tasks to your new list for the next day.

5.Repeat this process every working day.

Key Takeaway:

Ivy lee method is a five-step productivity method anyone can use to level up their productivity.

Ivy Lee Method 5 steps

Will it work for you?

You’ll never know until you try. So why not give it a shot?

Don’t worry you don’t need to pay me $400000😅(although that’d be nice).

If you’re already using it share your experience in the comments below.

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