I have put together this lovely list of Q & As to give you speedy answers to your most commonly asked questions so hopefully you’ll find the answer you were looking for.

Who is this "four savvy steps to getting more done" a perfect match for?

If you can relate to any of these, then this course has seriously got your name on it...

  • You feel like you’re on a round about and just need to jump off for a bit to catch up
  • You’re working really hard but it still feels like there’s still so much to do
  • You’re always busy and always rushing about
  • You feel like you need at least one extra pair of hands to stay on top of things
  • You feel stretched, a bit overwhelmed and can feel the stress creeping in
  • You have lots on your plate and can’t find time for yourself
  • You have blurred lines around your work and home life
  • You feel like you’re chasing your tail rather than making real progress
  • Your work life balance needs some tweaking and realignment
  • You feel you have endless demands coming at you from all angles
  • You feel like you are working hard but still treading water
  • You want to get more done without working more hours

What’s the overall aim of "four savvy steps to getting more done"?

To identify what’s important to you in your life, look at your working habits both good and not so good and give you the tools to be able to use your time smartly, to get what needs to be done done and to have more time for doing what you want to be doing, in a sustainable manner.

What does "four savvy steps to getting more done" cover?

Savvy Step 1 - Taking a Selfie - an honest snapshot of your time

Call it the foundation stone if you like, we start by working out what are the most important things in your life, before moving on to testing your own perception of time and finally creating your unique Time Selfie.

Savvy Step 2 - Where’s your time going? - preparing to make changes

Armed with your Time Selfie, we carry out a detailed analysis, noting your Top Time Takers and identifying your good working habits and those ones that aren’t so sparkling, before running through a brilliant communication tool.

Savvy Step 3 - Creating good habits - and dumping bad ones

This Savvy Step is completely, utterly and totally jam packed with tips and advice galore to help you create amazingly time savvy working habits.

Savvy Step 4 - Rev up your engines - and choose your destination

As well as looking at your “fuzzy line” areas we’ll pull everything together in this final session to build your own, unique Personal Power Plan to help keep you on track as you continue to get more done without working more hours

How long does the "four savvy steps to getting more done" run for?

"four savvy steps to getting more done without working more hours" runs for 4 weeks with one Savvy Step released each week after enrolment.

What if I haven’t finished the previous Savvy Step before the next one arrives?

Firstly don’t worry about that one little bit. The beauty of the course is that you work through it at your own pace.

Life will throw up things that weren’t in your plan and that’s fine, just pick up the course again where you left on and carry on. If we wait for the perfect time to start this course then we could be waiting a long time, however now is a fantastically good time to start it and a fabulously brilliant time to return to doing it if we’ve had a little pause. Go on, you can do it!

Where does "four savvy steps to getting more done" take place?

Here’s the great thing...that’s completely up to you. Home, office, beach, mountain, the choice is yours. The course will be sent to your email in-box, one Savvy Step a week for the duration of the course so where ever you can access your email, you can do the course. In fact, the course will be shipped in a PDF format so once you’ve received the course you can download it to your device of choice and then you really are free to take it anywhere!

When does "four savvy steps to getting more done" start?

The course will ping into your in-box on the Sunday evening "after" payment has cleared.

It’s up to you when you start the course but I would suggest getting on with it tout de suite and straight away. The sooner you start, the sooner you start reaping the benefits.

What equipment do I need for "four savvy steps to getting more done"?

You will need an email address and the ability to view PDFs. The course includes various worksheets so access to a printer would be handy too. Of course you could print out the whole course if you like to highlight and scribble in the margins as you read. I have used some colour in the production of the course just to jazz things up a bit but being very mindful of your printing costs, I’ve kept it to a minimum. All worksheets are in black in white and are very ink cartridge friendly

Will doing "four savvy steps to getting more done" really make a difference to my life?

Now isn’t that just the million dollar question!

OK so let’s lay the cards on the table here, this course alone, and in fact any course for that matter, is not going to magically transform your life just through the act of enrolment.

Just like simply having a map doesn’t get you from Bristol to Manchester and owning a book on baking doesn’t make you Mary Berry. However, if you engage in the course, follow the advice, complete the activities, practice the techniques and are really determined to make changes for the better, then you have my guarantee that you’ll come out smiling.

There are no magic wands or frogs to kiss (well actually there is a section on kissing frogs but you’ll have to wait until Savvy Step 3 for that beauty).

What there is, however, is brilliant course content, insightful and experience based advice and tips backed up with carefully planned and thought out worksheets to guide you through the activities.

This course is all about you. It’s you learning more about yourself and how you work and then deciding which bits are worth keeping and which bits are definitely not. These “definitely nots” can then be swapped for some of the fabulous tried and tested tips, processes, advice and techniques which the course is jammed packed to the rafters with. In addition, by the end of the course you will have created your very own and completely unique one page Personal Power Plan to help keep you on track as you continue to get more done without working more hours.

How do I enrol onto "four savvy steps to getting more done"?

Simply follow the steps at www.worksmartworksavvy.co.uk, click on the course, add it to your basket and complete the payment. Once the payment has cleared, the course will be sent to the email you provide.

How much does "four savvy steps to getting more done" cost?

The cost of the course is £40 and you don’t need me to tell you that works out at £10 a Savvy Step. I have priced this similar to the cost of a physical exercise class as I believe looking after our mental well-being is just as important as our physical well-being although we sometimes forget and neglect this very precious part of ourselves. Although this cost is for the 4 weeks of the course, I truly believe that you will continue to feel the benefits of doing this course way, way after that so call it a mini life investment if you please.

How do I pay?

Payments are made via PayPal; a most trusted, reliable and secure payment method. You don’t need to have a PayPal account to pay though, just follow the instructions at www.worksmartworksavvy.co.uk

What do I do if my "four savvy steps to getting more done" doesn’t arrive?

In the unlikely event of this happening, please get in touch and I’m sure I’ll be able to get it sorted pretty quickly.

What is PDF and why do I need a reader

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