5 Steps to Get More Done

Do you feel constantly stressed because there’s so much that needs to get done, but there’s not enough time? Do you get started on a work project only to realize it leads to even more things on your to-do list?  

I used to come into work already overwhelmed by my to-do list only to add a million more things to it after going through my email. It’s demotivating to feel so behind and like there’s no way to ever get ahead.

There are a lot of tips and tricks out there on how to calendar and organize things, but getting organized and calendaring is not the problem. In my free course, I teach you what the problem is and the 5 steps to get MORE done.  

It’s not what you’ve been taught before, but that’s also why it works.

By following this process I’ve able to accomplish more in a week than most people get done in a month. I work full time at Amazon, run a coaching business at night and on the weekend, clean my own house, make my own meals, spend time with my twin 3 years old’s and 6-year-old, go on weekly date nights, volunteer weekly at church, and have so much fun along the way.

Get the free course to learn the 5 steps to getting more done so you can take massive action and stop feeling so overwhelmed.  Get access HERE.

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Hey, I’m Lindsay Lyman

I spent the last 11 years growing my career at one of the largest tech companies in the world. I’ve built teams, launched new products, and created my own jobs. As a certified coach, I teach people how to manage the noise in their head to feel motivated and valued at work again.

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