The Peak Work Performance Summit Review
Bursting with bold ideas, counterintuitive insights, and actionable tips, The Peak Work Performance Summit offers an essential guide to achieving top performance, courtesy of the biggest names in the world of psychology and business. The Summit features eye-opening discussions with over 20 New York Times bestselling authors distilling their strategies into actionable tips that anyone can use to sharpen their focus, minimize distractions, and get things done.
- endorsed by CNN, Huffington Post, and Business Insider
- with an anticipated number of over 50,000 attendees -just think of it in terms of potential networking!
- actionable tips to sharpen their focus, minimize distractions, and get things done that you can implement as soon as the summit is over
- you’ll learn how to achieve top performance
- you’ll learn how to design the perfect to-do-list
- you’ll learn how visual thinking cab help you flesh out ideas
- you’ll learn how to build exercise into your daily routine
- you’ll learn how to say “No” diplomatically
- you’ll learn how food affects your productivity
- you’ll learn how to get more sleep
- you’ll learn how to be creative at a moment’s notice
- you’ll learn how to grow your network without feeling salesy
- you’ll learn how to how to stay energized all day long
- hosted by Ron Friedman – an award-winning psychologist with a PhD, the author of a bestseller “The Best Place to Work: The Art and Science of Creating an Extraordinary Workplace.” Ron writes for the Harvard Business Review and CNN. speakers are one of the biggest names in the world of psychology and business
- 20 New York Times bestselling authors, including Daniel Pink, David Allen, Marshall Goldsmith, Gretchen Rubin, Shawn Achor, Adam Grant, Tom Rath, Greg McKeown, Susan Cain
- learn how the most successful people start their day (I’d love to learn how Brian Tracy starts his day!)
- learn how to design the perfect To-Do list (great if like me you’re not very well organised)
- learn how visual thinking can help you flesh out your ideas
- learn how to build exercise into your daily routine (technically I’m a couch potato these days)
- learn how to say “No” diplomatically (I’m a people pleaser so should definitely learn this one!)
- find out how food affects your productivity (I didn’t see this one coming!)
- find out how to get more sleep (for someone who used to suffer from insomnia this one is a biggie!)
- discover how to be creative at a moment’s notice (talking of a writer’s block?)
- learn how to grow your network without feeling salesy (the one thing I hate the most is sounding salesy!)
- learn how to stay energized all day long (it’s a big one for me as my energy fluctuates throughout the day)
- by attending you support charities, such as Charity:Water, Donors Choose and Year Up as all the proceeds to go support projects in third world countries (at least I know my money is well spent and doesn’t support big corporations)
Is This For Me?
The Peak Work Performance Summit is for you if you’re an entrepreneur/emerging leader and are willing to take your performance to the next level. If you’re grappling with too much to do, not enough time, and a to-do list that’s growing by the minute.
What are the dates of the summit?
The Peak Performance Summit Dates of the Summit are January 4-11, 2016
The Peak Performance Summit is FREE to attend, however, if you want you can upgrade to the Lifetime Pass, which includes unlimited access to the videos, MP3s, an exclusive eBook featuring transcripts and executive summaries, and a live Q&A with the host, Dr. Friedman.
Lifetime Pass – here’s what you’ll pay if you decide to upgrade:
Days 1 to 3: $199 (this 3-day event is already over)
Days 4 to 8: $249 (register while you can!) The event starts very soon!
My friend Ron Friedman, Ph.D., is an award-winning social psychologist who specializes in human motivation and is giving away an outstanding e-book with 27 strategies for instantly boosting your productivity. Download your FREE copy here (Ron isn’t keeping the book up for very long, so make sure to go grab it while you can).