The Very Best Work I Do Is Here
What would it be like to sit down and talk over coffee with a trusted ally, who could help you become more productive, to perform at an optimum level?
It would be a LOT like my newsletter, Next Level Productivity Digest. This is the best thing I do every week, and it’s free.
Every week, I give you ideas and strategies that in one way or another are actionable towards you becoming productive and get you to being the best you possible.
The goal with every newsletter is to give you something of value that you can consider and take action upon. Action that you will implement.
What other subscribers think…
I’ve been reading every e-mail from you & it has been very precise and useful. I’ve shared it with friends and relatives, we all think how useful they are. Last night, I discussed the 11 habits one must quit to be more productive. Congrats..! It is a very good, piece of writing, clearly written and self explanatory.
thanks so much Mark.
Ernesto R. Gomez
Interesting, stimulating, useful, in a few words EFFECTIVE.
Mark’s emails have helped me keep the issue of procrastination at the top of my mind. Since subscribing I have seen positive results in my way of thinking. Now when I get an idea to take action, my first thought is: Can I do it NOW? If the answer is “yes”, I tend to execute right then and there; if the answers is “no”, I immediately make a note and schedule it for later.
“I always enjoy your posts and blog. Thanks for sharing so many good ideas. Love this topic and the tips. Keep them coming.”
“Good stuff, Mark. Keen to learn your process and get unstuck.”
“Since learning Mark’s techniques to avoid procrastination and reading his weekly emails, I’m getting more done. What’s worked? Making and prioritizing to-do lists and paying attention to what I’m doing. I don’t fit into Mark’s typical audience any more, but his words have helped bring my tendency to procrastinate front and center. Do I still procrastinate? Absolutely, but I am now more aware when I’m doing it and can choose either to continue or to stop. Thanks, Mark, for your help!”