Enough Already!

Stop Letting People Waste Your Precious Time . . .



Dear Manager,


You need to get a project finished by 4:00 o'clock.


An employee or coworker comes barreling into your office and announces, "I've got a problem".


How do you respond?



A. Be quick, because I'm under a deadline.


B. Can it wait for an hour? I need to get this finished first.


C. I don't have time right now. If it's urgent, see my assistant.



The correct answer is "None of the above".


You wouldn't hang up a sign like this, would you?




That's basically what you're doing by leaving your door open all the time.


But what if your job is so important that people need to be able to speak with you?


Here's how you can have your cake and eat it too.


Teach people to THINK for themselves BEFORE they come barging in on you.


You can do that by closing your door, and hanging a sign like this on your doorknob (or cubical or desk):







This immediately accomplishes 3 very productive and profitable things for you:



1. It gives you the quiet time to concentrate and finish what you need to do — AND you'll get it done much faster than when you were constantly interrupted


2. It teaches people how valuable your time is, and to respect it


3. It makes people think for themselves, so that they won't be so "co-dependent" on you



This is why everyone who orders this program will get one of these Do Not Disturb signs for FREE.




The REAL Reason You Always Have

"Too Much to Do"



It’s not because you don't put in enough hours.


It’s not that you’re lazy.


It’s not that you're disorganized or unfocused.


And is it NOT because you have "too much to do".


That's the symptom, not the problem.




Time is Not a Racist, Sexist, or Bigot




God gave some people brains, others got looks, and others were born into wealth.


But He gave EVERYONE 24 hours a day.


Time is the most democratic thing there is.


It doesn't matter if you dropped out of high school, or got a PhD.


It doesn't matter if you're ugly as sin, or one of the beautiful people.


It doesn't even matter whether you make $20,000 a year, or $200,000 a year.


But how well you learn to manage your time will determine how much money you make for the rest of your life.


That’s why you need my Time Management program.



I want more for you than you want for yourself.



I saw how quickly and drastically my life changed when I learned the right — and wrong way — to manage the most precious gift we've been given.


Between October 2004 and August 2005, I wrote three 60,000 word books for my publisher in New York.


And that was while being on the road every other week, effectively cutting the time down to five months.


Many people told me it couldn't be done.


To be honest, I wasn't sure I could pull it off myself.


Until I began to study the time management principles of marketing legend Dan Kennedy.


I became obsessive about managing my time better.


I learned how much truth there is to the old adage:



“Work smarter, not harder”.




The problem is, where do you go to learn how to work smarter?


I humbly suggest  my “Time Management” program.


In it, I show you how to get twice as much accomplished in half the time, eliminate most (not all) of the stress in your daily grind, and actually enjoy your job like you used to.




Know Your Enemy (sometimes, it's you)



Hey, nobody wants to get things done more than you do.


But while you’re going full speed ahead, it’s easy to miss the things you may be doing that actually sabotage your efforts, slow you down and keep you from getting the great results you need.


So we’ll start off by looking at the six biggest time management mistakes that good, hard-working people (like you?) make every day.


Things like:


  • Why it’s important to remember that life is the original reality show – and the things you choose NOT to do may be every bit as important as the ones you take on.


  • Why the nicest thing about workplace may also be your biggest problem and being a team player can trip you up time and time again.


  • Why multi tasking is precisely as effective as you always suspected – and what scientific brain imaging has to say about the issue


  • The truth behind “labor saving devices” — and what these expensive toys REALLY cost


  • Why doing it right is good — but being a perfectionist can trash deadlines, sabotage relationships, ruin careers, and destroy your health


  • The single biggest time management mistake people make and a simple strategy that will overcome the problem, keep momentum on your side and let you leave at a reasonable hour knowing you’ve done a great day’s work.


Keep the “Vampires” from Sucking You Dry



Chances are you work with some very nice peoplefriendly, well meaning men and women who wouldn’t hurt a fly.


But in the glaring light of the workplace, these delightful folks can turn into deadly “time vampires” who thrive on the minutes and hours they suck from your day.


During this teleseminar, we'll talk about:



  • A simple way to take back your time from the social butterflies — with a small piece of wood and something you can get from any hotel


  • A maneuver that takes slightly more effort but, since all it involves is getting rid of something, it’s totally free.


  • How making an appointment with one specific person can guarantee you hours of quiet, productive time


  • The most important word in your vocabulary when it comes to protecting your time. (Is it any wonder it’s one of the first words children learn?)


  • How to give people the answer they want to hear — while making sure you aren’t signing a "blank check" on your time


  • When it’s OK to go back on your word — and why doing it is sometimes the only honest thing to do


  • The exact phrase to use when someone brings you a problem. (Forget it and one crisis after another after another will pile up on your desk.)


  • A better way to delegate pretty much everything — and still get things done on time


  • A sneaky (and highly effective) way to rope employees into making sure YOU get everything you need to do done



Avoid the techno-traps




Not all time vampires wander into your office.


Some are there, just waiting for you every morning —in the form of today’s never-ending parade of electronic devices.


Email makes communication easy — but leaves people assuming you’ll get back to them the moment you read their message (regardless of what else you have to do.)


Cell phones are convenient, but they put you on leash. Anyone can get you anywhere, any time — and get in the way of whatever you’re trying to accomplish.


The Internet is there — right on your computer – 24/7 and the sites are cleverly constructed to pull you in.


The list goes on and on.


All these toys — and, I admit I like them as much as you do — are fiendishly designed to gobble up huge chunks of your time (if you let them).


Which is why a substantial portion of this teleseminar is devoted to showing you how to avoid the techno-traps and make good use of today’s technology — without being turned into a techno-zombie.


We’ll look at some clever defensive maneuvers, including:  


  • The single best strategy I’ve ever seen for turning email into a valuable servant rather than a demanding master.  (Yes, it requires self discipline but the effort is MORE than worth it. )


  • A sneaky way to use one kind of technology against another —and keep yourself from spending high-value time on low value phone calls.  


  • Two simple but powerful sentences that sound like thoughtful customer service — but are really a world-beater way to avoid telephone time-wasting.  


  • The one piece of technology that actually cuts unnecessary messages and irritating junk — and how using it will actually ADD time to your day.  


  • A sure-fire way to defend against the Internet’s time-sucking power


  • How a simple, easy-to-implement strategy can help you beat the world’s most effective hour eating device — time after time after time.



Make the Most of Your Time



You’re given 1,440 minutes in each day. Waste one, and it’s gone forever.


So it just makes sense to figure out if what you’re doing is what management gurus call the “highest and best use” of your time.


Are you doing something someone else could do just as well (or better)?


And, if you really are doing something only you can do, are you doing it in the best place and at the best time?


Not easy questions to answer.


So during this teleseminar, we’ll talk about how to use the “highest and best use” principle and look at issues like:


  • Why even though he’s frugal, you’re not likely to see a brand new millionaire at Home Depot — or hear him complain about the plumber’s $200 bill.


  • Why delegating is so important — and how to delegate effectively even to people you have no authority over.


  • The proper name for people who believe that everything requires their close attention — and why they tend to spend hours chasing their tails while others are getting ahead.



Take Control of Your Life



Of course, those are just some of the things we’ll discuss.


We’ll also look at how deadlines — including the ones you give yourself — can move things more efficiently, help you discover your “sweet spots,” and use them to up your productivity.


Plus, we’ll look at how important it is to keep your “to do” list honest (you’d be amazed how many people don’t), build in consequences if you don’t get things done on time — and a whole lot more.


In short, I’ll show you how to take control of your time – and your life.


So you can leave work (on time) knowing everything is under control and actually enjoy some time with your family.


What’s more, I’ll offer you my rock-solid guarantee:




If you aren’t completely satisfied with the tools, strategies and tactics you learn in my Time Management program, I’ll refund 100% of your tuition – no questions asked.




I’ve been there, done that and learned the secrets of how some folks get it all done without breaking a sweat. Literally thousands of business owners and managers say I’ve helped them become more productive and I know I can do the same for you.



þ YES, Glenn! I want to know how to accomplish twice as much in half the time! I understand that my satisfaction is 100% guaranteed or my money back.



Time Management Skills

with Glenn Shepard


If you're pinching pennies, this isn't for you. We don't sell the cheapest training, we sell the best training available anywhere. And because I detest people who don't put their money where their mouth is, I backup everything we sell with this industry - defying 60-90 DOUBLE GUARANTEE.  

If you're not absolutely thrilled with this program, return it within 60 days for a 100%, no-questions asked, no-reasons needed immediate refund.   

Training is useless unless it gets real, measurable results. Use the principles I teach in this program for 90 days. If you don't feel like you're a better manager and more effective leader, let us know and we'll refund every cent of your money - AND you can keep the entire program for FREE!

That's how confident I am that this is the best training available anywhere, because I've seen the incredible results firsthand
. You have nothing to lose but LOTS to gain.










You'll  will also receive one of these door hangers to keep the Time Leeches out of your office.





To Your Success,




P.S. If you regularly work through lunch, stay after 5:00, and come in on the weekends to get caught up but you're still behind, you need to take this class.

If you could spend more time with your family and less time at work, what would it be worth to you? That's what I'm offering.


P.P.P.S.  There’s no risk – just pure reward – because your satisfaction is GUARANTEED, 100%.


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