Fri, 22 March 2019
Today's guest Is Steven Griffith an author, speaker, researcher, and performance expert considered one of the leading authorities on the connection between time, productivity, and performance. For over 25 years, he has been helping the world’s most successful executives, CEO’s, military leaders, professional athletes, celebrities, and organizations around the world discover their true potential and perform at peak levels. He provides a strategic and effective approach to changing our relationship to time, allowing organizations and individuals to close performance gaps and realize their full potential. Based on thousands of client engagements over two decades, his new book Time Cleanse is the first solution in the world that both “adds time to your life and life to your time both in your business and in your life.”Released in 2019, The Time Cleanse: A Proven System To Eliminate Wasted Time, Realize Your Full Potential, And Reinvest In What Matters Most, provides a strategic and effective approach to changing our relationship to time, allowing organizations and individuals to close performance gaps and realize their full potential.He will show you how to get back up to 20 hours or more of free time (and do whatever you want with it!). It’s Your Time! As he says "There are plenty of things in life you can go without, but time is not one of them. You can live for weeks without food, days without water, even minutes without air. But you cannot live for one second without time, and that's true no matter who you are. No amount of influence, power, or money can change the fact. Time is life itself.So was he the classic case of the lost soul, scrabbling around, until he fell exhausted into his bed at the end of the day?And what is the biggest mistake people make, trying to fit too many things in each day, or simply just doing the wrong things?Well let's find out as we bring onto the show, to start joining up dots with the one and only Mr Steven GriffithShow HighlightsDuring the show we discussed such weight subjects with Steven Griffith such as:Steven shares why he feels so many of us have a bad relationship with time, against not having enough of it to make a difference.2,600 times a day people across the world swipe, click, or look at their phones when they could be doing something far more productive. That's shocking!And lastly.........Why it is so important to decide and commit to what you truly want to do with your freetime, before you go out and get it. Otherwise you might well be disappointed with how you live your life.