A whole package of ideas to help individuals and companies to get stuff done.It's a book, an ebook, a series of training days, and an all-company change management programme. The one-hour zap allows companies to cover hundreds of employees cost effectively. 6,000 trained so far, including Carat, Discovery Channel, Metro, Millward Brown, Nokia, JWT, Saatchi & Saatchi and Shell.
Ever thought of something crucial to do and then completely forgotten to do it? Tick Achieve will show you hundreds of way to get things done more effectively, with no nonsense. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Rapid Sequential Tasking
The problem with multitasking is that, although all the task may well have been started, they may not have been finished. The beauty of Rapid Sequential Tasking is that you don't move on to the next thing until you have finished the last one.
Stop making excuses
We live in an excuse culture. Stop inventing reasons why you can’t do things and get on with it. Learn to spot waffle – in yourself and others.
Aim for progress not perfection
Many tasks are mundane and cannot be done well or badly – they just need to be done. So just do it.
Tasks do not improve in quality if they are delayed, so get on with it now.
Leave it out
The more you eliminate, the faster you can reach sensible conclusions and get the right things done.
Knowing what you are unlikely to do can increase your likelihood of doing it. Acknowledge your failings and put tripwires in place to combat them.
You need a system to get things done. The PERFECT system will help you.
By applying just a fraction of the advice in Tick Achieve you will revolutionise your life and work.
'I have never met anyone to match Kevin's extraordinary appetite for action. He does for business what Nike does for sport.'
Richard Hytner, Deputy Chairman, Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide
'The need to get stuff done has never been more important in the world of 24/7 technology - this book helps me have a more 12/7 life.'
Chris Macdonald, Managing Director, McCann Erickson
'I would advise any executive in a company to read his suggestions for just getting on with it.'
Tom Hings, Director, Brand Marketing, Royal Mail
'His pragmatic approach and focus on results add clear direction - buy this book and learn.'' Marie Petts, Management Development Manager, News International