30 Days of Getting Results Revisited
“Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says ‘I’ll try again tomorrow.’” — Mary Anne Radmacher
I want to share with you that I’m testing out a new experience for 30 Days of Getting Results, my work-life balance training. It’s more like a set of flashcards now, or like a visual calendar.
I’d love your feedback on it.
What’s in it for you? Hopefully, peace of mind, better focus, unleashed productivity, more fulfillment, and spending more time doing the things you love. It’s a powerful personal empowerment program. Seriously.
30 Days of Getting Results teaches you Agile Results, and Agile Results is the actual system I’ve been teaching people and teams inside and outside Microsoft to achieve more, in less time, with less effort, and better results. It’s catching fire.
If you’ve been through 30 Days of Getting Results before, you’ll notice that I’ve cleaned things up. Actually, the first thing you’ll notice is the visuals. Like Cracker Jacks, the visuals are the little toy surprise inside. Each lesson has its own image to inspire you, and make the point in a more visual way.
This is a BEFORE example of my previous experience for 30 Days of Getting Results. It’s a simple list of lessons, on a clean white page. It’s simple and minimal. In fact, I like it. I am a fan of simplicity.
This is the AFTER experience. As you can see, it’s more like a collection of flashcards, or a visual calendar where you can just hop to the lesson you want to explore.
So please, take 30 Days of Getting Results for a test drive. You don’t have to go in order — each lesson is self-contained (but it is “better together” if you do go through it end-to-end.) Hop around and have fun with it.
And please let me know how you like the new experience, or whether you preferred the simple list of lessons. It’s built with love, so it might just be the time management training you fall in love with.