Software Engineering, Project Management, and Effectiveness
I’ve made another attempt to improve the user experience for 30 Days of Getting Results. To improve the experience, I’ve focused on minimalism, whitespace, easy navigation, and powerful content that helps you thrive.
30 Days of Getting Results is the ultimate self-paced training system to help you master productivity, time management, and work-life balance.
It’s productivity on fire.
You’ll learn multiple ways to at least triple your productivity, while spending more time on things you love, and plowing through the tough stuff, and doing your heavy lifting with more skill and capability.
It’s based on the book, Getting Results the Agile Way, which introduces the Agile Results system. Getting Results the Agile Way has been a best seller in time management.
In fact, the 30 Days of Getting Results is itself a 30 Day Improvement Sprint, where you use Agile Results to learn a new habit, and to get great results over a 30 day period.
Just because it’s a 30 Day series, doesn’t mean that you have to take 30 days or go in sequence. In fact, when somebody is first checking it out, I tell them to take a peek at the following lessons:
Here is the page that provides the complete list of 30 lessons.
And, here is a list of the 30 lessons, with direct links, so you can explore at your leisure:
So far, everybody that I know that’s gone through has found something significant they can do to really up their game, whether that’s improving their productivity, mastering time management, or improving their work-life balance.
It’s both a great way to get introduced to Agile Results (a personal results system for work and life), and to instantly improve your productivity by applying the lessons to everyday life.
Hi JD Meier, I so loved your 30 Days of Getting Results Updated Based on Feedback. This is really great while reading your blog post. May I add one thing. It's good also to take some risks for getting or knowing some results. After all, you can benefit on it.
@ Francesco -- Thank you.
Yes, taking calculated risks, is key. Also, bold, decisive action, and a continuous learning mindset go a long way.
@Jd Meier -- Yes, it's true having that calculated risk can somehow helped you a lot. This is just what they said that in a business there should be a trial and error.