If you’re looking for someone to help make your team or organization more productive, I’m your guy. Over the last decade (and especially since starting my productivity project), I have tirelessly experimented with how to become as productive as possible. I’d love to share what I have learned with your audience to help them do the same.
To date, I have written hundreds of articles on the subject of productivity, and have garnered coverage in media as diverse as the New York Times, the Huffington Post, New York magazine, TED, Fast Company, Fortune, and Lifehacker. I’m also the author of The Productivity Project, published by Penguin Random House—a bestselling book about my yearlong deep-dive productivity project.
But I know you didn’t come here to hear me brag about that stuff (unless you’re my mom.. hi mom!) That’s totally cool; I just wanted to establish a bit of credibility before talking about how you can hire me to help you out.
I take pride in crafting every presentation I give from scratch, to make it as helpful and valuable as possible. I also work with a designer to assemble a printable PDF that contains all of the practical takeaways from my talk, so your audience can immediately begin to benefit from my presentation once it’s over. This extra care and attention costs a bit more in time and money, but it pays for itself many times over.
Here are a few of my most requested topics:
- Becoming more productive
- Time management
- Energy management
- Becoming more focused
- Goal setting and achievement
- Using technology to become more productive
- Mindfulness and productivity
- The Millennial Generation
I have been invited to speak to groups as large as 2,000 and as intimate as 20 in many corners of the world, from the United States, to the United Kingdom, to South Africa. Here are a few testimonials from folks who have invited me to come speak in the past:
For speaking engagements, I am represented by Penguin Random House Speakers Bureau. If you’re interested in booking me for an engagement, they’re your best point of contact. (To email someone there directly, please contact my lecture agent Wade Lucas, at walucas [at] penguinrandomhouse.com.)
Of course, if you have any questions for me, please shoot me an email at [email protected], and I’ll do my best to answer them!
I’m looking forward to helping you out!