Do you want to be more productive?

Are you struggling to concentrate, distracted by your smartphone, email and social media? Do you flit from task to task, without really getting much done?

Maybe you need help with studying, or concentrating at work. Maybe you just want to get more of what matters done. 

These one-to-one sessions provide practical productivity tips and advice on managing distractions that you can use straight away, with solutions tailored to your situation.

The sessions are run by Frances Booth, author of The Distraction Trap: How to Focus in a Digital World (Pearson). Frances is an expert in this field and has created proven methods to tackle these issues, which are being used by thousands of people around the world. The Distraction Trap has been translated into six languages including Korean, Arabic and French. 

Frances is passionate about passing her knowledge on to help others become more productive.

She trains business people in managing distractions and helps executives worldwide through her blog for Forbes about productivity and managing distractions.

This is your chance to work directly with Frances and get advice tailored to you.

Each session takes place via Skype or phone. Sessions are available for people worldwide. 

You can bring any productivity-related or distraction-related questions you want to the session. 

These sessions are for anyone who wants to become more productive or achieve a greater sense of balance in the digital world. The sessions are ideal for business owners, entrepreneurs and executives who want to improve their personal productivity. 

How to book

If you want to benefit from these productivity sessions, the next step is to contact us by email or via our contact form. We’ll then schedule a free initial chat to find out a bit more about you and your aims.


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"I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots."

Albert Einstein

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