The Peak Productivity Pyramid illustrates the way people approach productivity level by level, but it is not exclusively a linear path. Given the busyness of our lives, the distractions we experience, and how our physical and electronic worlds are constantly evolving, there will always be ways to improve productivity.
1. Physical Organization
Level 1 begins with setting up organizational systems for an office that is conducive to productivity.
2. Electronic Organization
Level 2 focuses on having methods in place for handling your electronic information and is essential to success at the next level.
3. Time Management
The work on Level 3 focuses on changing habits and behaviors to maximize use of time. Time management involves managing tasks and appointments, to-do lists, calendars, and what you do in a given day.
4. Activity-Goal Alignment
Level 4 focuses on goal setting in all areas of your life, then breaking down these goals into actionable steps and ensuring that these steps get done.
Level 5 pushes you to strive for a life lived to your fullest potential. We explore the Five Es of Possibility so you can take advantage of your improved productivity to do more of what will fulfill you.