Researcher & Consultant
Throughout my PhD I was constantly struggling with procrastination. Then I discovered Productivity Day and found out that academic writing can actually be done in a flow. In terms of work and productivity, those were the best workdays of my life. No exaggeration.
1 Day: 80 % Get Things Done
15% wellbeing, 5% theory
Meditation, yoga, light exercise
to keep the mind & body energized all day
Networking & fun!
with 8-14 likeminded people
A revelation! The format combines so many of the best proven productivity hacks, it's almost impossible to not have an amazing day. "
Date / Location
☼ Weekly Boostcamp
TBA end August
TBA for a whole day!
☼ Full Boostcamp
for First Timers
TBA early /Sept
TBA for a whole day!
Anyone who benefits from 6hrs total of deep, concentrated work.
(That's pretty much everyone, right?)
Regular attendees include entrepreneurs, freelancers, employees, researchers, engineers, writers, creatives, developers, PhD students. In a nutshell, any knowledge worker.
CEO's, C-levels and salespeople who want to work undistracted on strategy and important work that keeps getting put off because of calls, meetings and busywork.
We organize events for company teams. Talk to us.
Personal Productivity is the skill of getting things done that bring us closer to our goals, with the least amount of stress, while enjoying a sense of meaning and motivation about the process.
Learning Productivity Skills is like learning to drive a car or learning a new language.
Personal Productivity is the mother of all skills. It is the one skill we depend on the most to learn, create and move forward in life.
Why don't we learn it at school? Good question. That's where we come in.
As human beings, we all get caught into distractions and our own brain's excuses.
The idea of Productivity Day is to dedicate a day per week to do deep focused work. No meeting, no calls and the best of the science of productivity.
Can't I do this by myself, at home? Productivity Day creates a structure and conditions for the brain to focus that simply never happen in an office, home, co-working space, library or anywhere else for that matter. Humans focus significantly better in synchronized group.
In his book Deep Work, Cal Newport makes a compelling case for the practice of deep, focused work away from distractions. Something only the most productive (and often most relaxed) people seem to practice - including Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, the late Carl Jung.
You don't get stronger by reading about weightlifting. You simply go and do it.
Yes, this is a workday, not a lecture!
During a Productivity Day team members will each be taking their own work into an environment carefully designed for healthy, ultra-productivity. You will:
Dr. Antoine Larchez has been working in Startups / Venture capital, as a consultant in the engineering industry as well as in research/Academia, across Australia and Europe.
He has helped hundreds be naturally more focused and have more fun with work using neuroscience.
See Antoine talk about Hacking Happiness