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Denver, Colorado

Two Days That Will Transform Your Capacity and Impact

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Get All 6 Productivity Outcomes In Our Only Course Offered Live to the Public

What you will get from this course:

The Mission Control Productivity & Accomplishment Course provides insight into the existing (and possibly outdated) ways of working that pose a limit on our effectiveness and introduces new foundational principles, perspectives, and practices that will leave you more powerful, focused, and productive.
This course is designed for professionals looking to level-up their capacity to skillfully manage everything that comes at them each day.

Six Productivity Outcomes:

  1. Learn a new way to think about, organize, and manage your work to match today's environments.
  2. Enhance strategic thinking, planning, and acting in an environment of "too much to do."
  3. Dramatically increase your productivity and produce results in the areas that are most important to you.
  4. Elevate accountability while reducing stress and worry.
  5. Create a new level of focus and effectiveness in your work and in your life.
  6. Have the freedom and confidence to "turn off" work at the end of the day.

Productivity Tip #101
Maintain Agendas

For people you meet with regularly, maintain an agenda of items to be handled in your scheduled meetings. This can radically decrease email traffic on your team.

Course Components

Kickoff Call: TBD

Two-Day Workshop: TBD

Follow-Up Group Coaching Calls:
The course includes group coaching calls after the in-person workshop, to coach you through implementing this new system in your life.

  • Call 1: TBD
  • Call 2: TBD
  • Call 3:  TBD

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Lunch both days
  • Snacks and coffee during program 
  • Course workbook
  • How to schedule yourself and your commitments so that you are consistently and powerfully focused on what is most important to you.
  • How to powerfully manage everything there is for you to do and handle, including what you are not doing so that it is not nagging at you and impeding your productivity.
  • How to convert tasks and to-dos into accomplishments that draw you naturally into action.
  • How to use your personal organization tools to capture thoughts, ideas, and information before you forget them – which will help you do your best thinking and realize your plans.
  • How to manage key projects to keep them moving forward, even in the presence of interruptions and emergencies.
  • How to create each week as an ongoing series of accomplishments, rather than being overwhelmed by the demands on your time and resources.
  • How to assess your own productivity – and how to keep increasing your level of productivity over time.

Maintaining Peace of Mind in the Midst of Living Ambitiously
Interview with Course Leader, Sheila Wright, 56:00
This productivity and accomplishment methodology is about doing those things that will fulfill what is of greatest importance – to our organizations and to ourselves. And, doing this in the midst of the seemingly overwhelming demand that is placed on us. In this interview, we examine what it takes to create a paradigm shift for ourselves in the realm of productivity and getting things done. Full Interview

The Way We're Working Isn't Working
Book by Tony Schwartz
Rather than running like computers at high speeds for long periods, we're at our best when we pulse rhythmically between expending and regularly renewing energy across each of our four needs. Learn More

How to Free Up Your Brain and Your Life
Leadership Impact Podcast Episode, 28:00
Life is full of incompletions — open loops of unanswered emails; vague coffee invitations; big projects we need to ‘get to’; kids’ recitals; the nagging awareness that we really should be should be eating better or going to the gym; and dishes — so many dishes. With all the demands on our attention coming at us all day, every day, it is predictable that our trying-not-to-forget-it-all, is always stealing a part of our awareness and attention, whether we’re in the middle of a meeting or a family dinner. Full Episode

Loving Stuff That Doesn't Matter
Blog by Doug Fisher
Chronic media multitaskers are: more easily distracted; less effective at storing, organizing, and retrieving information in their memory; not as able to ignore irrelevant information, and less able to focus on what was relevant; and slower at switching from one thing to another. Read More

Where Does Your Future Live?
Blog by Doug Fisher
The future has an impact on us. If affects how we feel and the actions we take. It's not what we have had in the past, but how the future looks to us that has the greater impact. Read More

Sheila Wright, Granger Network Executive and Leadership Coach
With 13 years of professional coaching experience, Sheila specializes in transformational leadership training and has worked closely with respected thought leaders in a variety of disciplines in the field of human performance and development. More about Sheila Wright

Dominion Towers
600 17th St.
Suite 2310
South Denver, CO 80202

(Note: the security guard at the entrance desk will guide you to the conference room on the 23rd floor.)

Paid parking is available near the venue. Check out for parking near this venue.

Light Rail
Stop within one block is 16th & California Station

Nearby Hotels
The venue is right in downtown Denver and there are many other options within walking distance.

· Hilton Denver City Center  (303) 297-1300

· Grand Hyatt Denver (303) 295-1234

· Magnolia Hotel Denver  (303) 607-9000

· Holiday Inn Express Denver Downtown  (303) 296-0400


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