Last week Steve Harvey returned for the fifth and final season of his talk show. Before everything got started, he sent a memo out to the entire staff that was, shall I say delicately, poorly delivered and poorly received.
Basically Steve was trying to get control of his personal time and so he laid down a set of new rules, e.g. “Do not come to my dressing room unless invited,” and “Do not wait in any hallway to speak with me.”
On the surface these rules might be seen as dictatorial, but I disagree. In order for any of us to be highly productive, we must be vicious with our time.
In this week’s video, I share why I believe that and why I ended up creating a product to help people be “Viciously Productive.”
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Steve’s consulting clients have ranged from solo entrepreneurs to Fortune 100 mega-corporations, including Proctor & Gamble (advising on the Swiffer WetJet product launch), Nordstrom, Starbucks, Caterpillar, PPG, and Greystar Real Estate, to name a few. He has also consulted for many of North America’s largest exhibitions, including CONEXPO-CON/AGG, the International Manufacturing Technology Show, the Work Truck Show, AAPEX, and the Sweets & Snacks Expo.
Steve has presented over 1500 speeches and workshops around the world for corporations and trade associations in 126 different industries, including the prestigious main TED Conference. Besides his seven books, Steve has written for, and been featured in, over 250 publications, including "Fast Company," "Business Week," "Fortune," the "Wall Street Journal," the "Washington Post," and Highlights for Children. (OK, he made that last one up.)