[GET] The Action Machine 3.0 – Get Things Done!

Hi, my name is Gary Huff, and if you give me several minutes of your valuable time, on the page below, I’m going to share with you a simple, 3-Step system that will dramatically increase your ability to get things done (yes, I’m going to give you the entire system, right here).

This system will allow you to easily take more action, and recapture lost hours in your day, lost days in your month, and even lost weeks in your year.

Over the past several years, I’ve taught this system to 1000’s of people, and the results they’ve shared with me (some of which you’ll see below) have been nothing short of spectacular!

Keep reading, and in a moment, I’ll show you how it works – step-by-step.

But before I share it with you…

There are two obstacles that are likely preventing you from being a massive action-taker right now: A lack of clarity, and a lack of motivation.

That’s it!

Here’s why clarity and motivation matter:

A confused mind always says no! If what you need to do each day isn’t clear and and understandable to you, your brain is going to create resistance to taking action (you experience a similar restrictive reaction when you’re blindfolded and asked to move – it’s a form of what is often called ‘fear of the unknown’).

Without clear reasons WHY you need to take action, you often find yourself without the fuel and motivation for taking action!

Without clarity about what you need to do, and reasons for doing them, your mind easily wanders, and your heart lacks any kind of motivation for taking meaningful action. As a result, distractions and procrastination take over and your ability to produce significant results becomes a fraction of your potential.

At one time, I had some real challenges with taking action, like the ones I just mentioned.

And, like you probably have, I spent a lot of time looking for a solution and experimenting with different tools, methods, and systems for helping me overcome those challenges. Then one day I stumbled across an article that described a simple action-taking system called ‘timeboxing.’

Almost immediately, I knew I had found the solution that I was looking for, because not only was timeboxing easy to understand and use, but it totally eliminated the two obstacles to taking action that we just talked about.

Let me share with you how it works, and you can figure out whether you agree with me or not…

Write down all the things you want to get done for the day: Everything from writing, creating content, or planning your next project, to answering your email and balancing your checkbook.
Assign a specific time to each task: Anything from 15 minutes to 4 hours.
Select a task, start a timer (like an egg time), and focus on nothing but accomplishing that task: This means you don’t answer the phone, you don’t get up for a drink, you don’t log onto Facebook – none of that. You remain focused on the task-at-hand!

In other words, each action you need to take during the day represents a small ‘block’ of that day (a box, if you will). You determine how big of a box it is by how much time you set aside to accomplish it (a single day can consist of anything from just a few, to a dozen boxes). When you’re ready to take action, select a box, start a timer, and get to work!

That is timeboxing!

How does timeboxing eliminate the two obstacles to taking action that we talked about a minute ago? Here’s how:

It Creates Clarity – Creating a simple, but clear list of things you need to do (getting it out of your head) gives order and structure to what you need to do – it gives your brain the clarity it needs in order to feel compelled to take massive action
It Uses Time As A Strong Motivating Force – Assigning each task a specific time and using a countdown timer to work on that task within that timeframe has the same motivating effect as you would experience trying to meet any other time-based deadline – meeting the deadline is compelling, and your brain sees it as a strong reason WHY you should act!
See, I told you it was simple, and that the name fit!

If you practice these three simple steps regularly, it will totally revolutionize the way you get things done in your life – guaranteed!

As I began using timeboxing regularly, my software-developer brain kicked in, and I began to see how a software version of this system would enhance its effectiveness and ease of-use even further.


By Eliminating The Grunt Work – Creating lists of actions, managing the time you assign them, prioritizing them, tracking which ones you’ve completed, and remembering which ones you need to do regularly, are all things that can be handled more efficiently using software.
By Giving You Visual Tools To Help You Get A Crystal-Clear Picture Of Your Day – Humans are visual creatures. The clearer we can see something, the more we feel like we can control it. When it comes to planning your day, the clearer you can visualize what you need to do, and how much time it’s going to take, the more easily you can manage it and believe that it can be done!
By Helping You Track How And Where You’re Spending Your Time – One of the most important skills you can have when it comes to getting things done is awareness – knowing exactly how and where you’re spending your time. After all, how can you manage something (like your time) if you aren’t aware of how you’re using it? Once again, software makes doing this a breeze!
So, with these goals in mind, I brainstormed an idea, broke it up into timeboxes, and I went to work!

After a lot of ‘blood, sweat, and tears’, dozens of hours of testing, and a ton of user feedback, I’m please to introduce you to version 3 of this amazing action-taking software!




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