A Scientifically-Proven Recipe For Achieving More

Think back to your most productive day this past week. Now ask yourself: On that morning, what did you do differently?

What did you eat for lunch that afternoon? What strategies did you use to silence distractions, eliminate procrastination, and stay focused all day long?

The truth is, most of us don’t pay nearly enough attention to our daily routine.

But what if you knew precisely the right formula? What if you had a scientifically-proven recipe for achieving top performance? What if you could bottle that one perfect day, and uncork it at will?

If you’ve ever wondered how you can take your performance to the next level, I have something that I know you’re going to love. It’s an incredible event called the Peak Work Performance Summit, and I’ve been excited about it for months.

Why? Because it features some of the smartest thinkers in the worlds of psychology, business, wellness, and productivity.

We’re talking New York Times bestselling authors like David Allen and Gretchen Rubin, (who both endorsed my book Listful Thinking by the way!) Also authors like Dan Pink, Adam Grant, Susan Cain, and Charles Duhigg, not to mention more than 40 other experts, including me!

For ten days in April, we’re sharing our best strategies for getting things done. And tickets are completely FREE.

Here are just some of the many fascinating topics covered during the Summit:

  • How to write the perfect To-Do list
  • How to build smarter habits
  • How to get more sleep
  • How to eliminate distractions
  • How to beat procrastination
  • How say “No” to anyone, including your boss

Registration just kicked off today. I recommend you sign up ASAP, because early registrants will be receiving a special preview that no one else gets.

You can reserve your spot (for free).

I can’t wait for you to watch this. It could change your life.

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