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Kim Chandler McDonald

"In my position as founder and editor of the Innovation Interview series, I have had the good fortune to interview many interesting Innovators - all leaders in the fields - from around the world. Kent stands out as extremely inspiring, gracious and with a great generosity of spirit."

- Kim Chandler McDonald, Executive Vice President, Flat World Navigator

Rebecca Zorowit

"I cannot even tell you how impressive your writing is, in addition to, your drive, dedication, determination and most significantly, productivity... It's truly astonishing!!!"

- Rebecca Zorowitz, Vice President of Ooh La La Candy

Bryan Hwang

"Kent has provided me through his work the tools to develop my entrepreneurial skills. I highly recommend Kent's work for any striving entrepreneur looking to grow professionally and personally. Not only is Kent a great asset to a business, but to society as well."

- Bryan Hwang, Consultant, www.bryanhwang.com

Paula Woodley

"Kent is exceptionally bright, an incredible writer and is driven more than anyone else I have ever known. He has depth and maturity far beyond his years -- but what is most impressive to me is his understanding of people, his grasp business principles, and his genuine kindness to others."

- Paula Woodley, Lecturer, University of Southern California

Wendy Harrington

Dynamic and determined, Kent certainly walks his talk. His rounded approach to life is refreshing, encompassing both our inner and outer worlds. He has helped and continues to help many people achieve the success and peace they are searching for, through speaking, coaching, his books and events.

- Wendy Harrington, Author, Owner, & Therapist at Wendy Harrington

Susan Taylor Suchy

A great role model and mentor to everyone, young and old. He inspires me constantly!

- Susan Taylor Suchy, Instructor of Sciptwriting, Creative Writing at Saddleback College

Tyler C. Stevens

"Kent is an inspiration to work with. He is wise beyond his years and brings that wisdom to everything he does. A creative, talented and insightful writer and speaker, Kent is an irreplaceable asset."

- Tyler C. Stevens, Student

Shane Underwood

"Dude, your book changed my life!!!"

- Shane Underwood, Student

Jack Canfield

"I've read a lot of books for young people, but this is the best one yet! I wish I had "Cool Stuff" when I was younger. It's a guaranteed blueprint for building a lifetime of fulfilling relationships, happiness, and financial success starting now!"

- Jack Canfield, Co-Creator of the Chicken Soup For The Soul series

Richard Carlson

"This book is a real gem. In my opinion, it's a must read for all teens and anyone who cares about teens-parents, friends, grandparents, etc. It's a mentor in a book. I would have benefited greatly by reading this book as a teen."

- Richard Carlson, Ph.D Author of the "Don't Sweat The Small Stuff" series

Mark Victor Hansen

"Kent expresses his message with enthusiasm, love, light, energy, and insight. Travel as far as you need to hear his lasting brilliance. I love him and all the good he is doing."

– Mark Victor Hansen, Co-Creator of the Chicken Soup For The Soul series

Allie Dilbeck

"You really put a spin on my world today by inspiring me to actually try and achieve my dreams... and not only trying but actually believing I can try!"

- Allie Dilbeck, Student

Evan Stewart

"Coming out of High School into the real world was a hard step for me. Your book taught me a lot even though I have been living on my own for a while. I feel like I have the confidence to start the online business I always wanted. Thanks again."

- Evan Stewart, Budding entrepreneur

Kelsey S

"This book isn't like other kinds of books. It is way cooler and tells you information that is actually USEFUL!"

- Kelsey S, Student

Valeria Galian

"Thank you for writing your book ... Oh my gosh ... It's the best I have ever read. I just can't put it down!!! It's the most popular book here at school. When you release a new book, trust me, I'll be looking for it."

- Valeria Galian, Student

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15 unbreakable, paradigm-bending principles for slaughtering stress, taking charge, and doing more than commonly possible... 80+ pages packed (absolutely no filler) of uncommon productivity tools and tips, where to get them, and how to use them. 

If you are serious about getting more from your life, this book is a must read.

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Table of Contents

PART 1: Contain & Refrain - This PART is about taking full control of your life—what- ever its current state. We’ll restrain any existing chaos, stress, and disorder while reigniting a sense of passion, purpose, and poise. The goal is to put you at the helm of your ship as you lay the rock-solid foundation necessary to enable all other productivity tips, tools, and systems.

  1. Manage your time fanatically
  2. Only do what matters – And most things don’t matter
  3. Procrastinate strategically
  4. Set and enforce personal policies

PART 2: Ordain & Ingrain – In this PART we’ll dive deeper into the many things that consume your time and attention while exploring highly practical ways to capitalize on the control you gained in Part 1. We’ll ingrain new knee-jerk habits that keep you in the driver’s seat so you can go from where you are to where you want to be with speed and grace.

  1. Become technologically competent and curious
  2. Simplify everything
  3. Handle tasks and projects differently
  4. Timebox everything
  5. Master your email
  6. Own your phone

PART 3: Maintain & Sustain – In this PART we’ll ensure that all of the skills we’ve learned to this point are both upheld and amplified. Without a strategy for ongoing sustenance, peak performance is merely a flash in the pan. Sustainable productivity requires specific habits, lifestyle choices, and uncommon systems... all of which we explore here.

  1. Always seek automation
  2. Delegate and collaborate
  3. Cultivate and ration your energy 14. Design your environment
  4. Schedule non-negotiable time
  5. Conclusion

PART 4 [THIS BOOK]: Retain & Ascertain – In this PART I offer a very comprehensive index of more than 50 powerful productivity tools you can start using today. You’ll wonder how you ever lived without them. These tools will help you retain the new skills learned in this series while simultaneously maximizing your time and effort. As I’ve always said, effort gets you started, but only the right tools, techniques, and skills can spawn extraordi- nary performance and uncommon results.

  1. Comprehensive resource and tool index

 

 

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