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Join author and business coach Dave Crenshaw as he shows you the key to enhancing your productivity—focusing on your most valuable activities and minimizing the distractions that waste your time. This course shows you how to determine where you make the most valuable contributions to your company while minimizing and offloading distractions. Create a plan to mind your time and effort and help coworkers and employees discover their most valuable activities, which can result in an office-wide productivity boost.
This course is one of a series of five Dave Crenshaw courses based on his Invaluable teaching methodology for professional development.
Thank you for investing your time in this course. We have provided the framework to help you understand what it really takes to make yourself irreplaceable, and how to focus your time on your most valuable activities. If you've enjoyed this course, I recommend that you share it with your coworkers and managers. If you can, consider making the materials I've covered here a discussion in future group meetings. If you can work together as a group to learn these principles, you'll begin to speak a common language in the workplace, and you will learn from each other as you become more irreplaceable and more focused.
You are in control of how valuable you become. Protect your focus and keep your day- to-day actions in your most valuable activities and you'll become difficult to replace. Your talent will increase and more opportunities will open up to you. Thank you for watching, and may you be invaluable!
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