Being Super Productive

January 2024

Happy New Year!

Unleashing super productivity in 2024...

I'm really hoping you've had some valuable time to yourself over the holidays and had some time to reflect on 2023. Love to hear your wins, learnings and insights.

To get started in 2024 with the right mindset, see below an article on 3 key elements to being super productive. What does productivity really mean? And how does it relate to time management? Is it the same?

Places are limited for January courses, so if you or anyone you know are interested in reaching their business/personal potential this year, please be in touch.

Have a great week! The weather is perfect currently (where I am) and apparently going to stay like this all week. Fantastic, long may it last.

Best wishes,

Helen Corban
0275 822 045



Courses in 2024

Options for professional and personal growth for 2024.

  • NEW - LinkedIn Workshop - in person for those who want more clients, and want to use LinkedIn to be strategic. 23 January 9.30-12pm at The Crate. REGISTER HERE  10 places left
  • Business Growth Acceleration - Increased Productivity leads to Profitability - 12-week program starting week of 22 January. DETAILS HERE 4 places left
  • Put Your Dream to the Test - 12-week course starting 17 January. EMAIL ME 6 places left
  • Change Your World - free 6-week course looking at and actioning your core values. Starting 13 February. EMAIL ME 5 places left

Most courses are a combination of 1:1 and group sessions. Held on Zoom.

Time commitment is generally 1 hour per week online.


Super Productivity

Firstly, what is the difference between time management and productivity?

Time Management is the deliberate and strategic effort to allocate, schedule, and prioritise tasks and activities efficiently. It involves planning and organising your time to maximise productivity and achieve specific goals. In essence, time management is about making the most of the 24 hours in a day. It is a component of productivity.

Productivity is, on the other hand, is a broader concept that encompasses the overall efficiency and effectiveness of one's efforts. It goes beyond the specific allocation of time to address the quality and impact of the results achieved.

Mastering 3 Key Elements of Productivity:

Achieving super productivity is often the key to unlocking your full potential.

1. Strategic Time Mastery:

  • Time is a precious resource, and mastering it strategically is the foundation of super productivity
  • Begin by identifying your most important tasks and prioritising them
  • Utilise time-blocking techniques, allocating specific time slots for specific activities. This not only helps you stay focused but also ensures that you're dedicating the right amount of time to high priority tasks

2. Proactive Planning and Goal Setting:

  • Proactivity is the heartbeat of super productivity. Start by setting clear, SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-Bound) goals for yourself and your business
  • Break these goals into smaller, actionable steps. Regularly review and adjust your goals as needed, staying adaptable in the face of changing circumstances
  • Engage in weekly planning sessions where you outline tasks, deadlines, and priorities. This not only enhances your focus but also provides a roadmap for success
  • Get some accountability to stay on track

3. Continuous Learning and Skill Development:

  • The pursuit of super productivity is an ongoing journey, and staying ahead requires a commitment to continuous learning
  • Stay updated on the latest trends, tools, and techniques
  • Incorporate new knowledge into your business and apply it to your own practices.

In conclusion, super productivity is the result of intentional and strategic choices. By mastering time, planning proactively, and embracing continuous learning, you'll not only elevate your business but also empower yourself to be well on the way to achieve your full potential.

What do you need to put in place for 2024? I offer accountability sessions, weekly, fornightly or monthly depending on what keeps you motivated. These are a great way to stay on track. Email me to discuss