It's hard to find good holiday gifts for people who are really firing on all cylinders, right?
We think so, too. What type of gift do you get for top performers?
Socks? A sweater? Another golf putter (when they already have a perfectly good putter)? A blender?
Yeah, it's hard to get good gifts for people who are really thriving in every way.
Really, we know this from personal experience.
What type of gift do you get for someone who is really killing it already?
Enter: The Gift of Ultraworking
Top performers love love love the Ultraworking Pentathlon: we have participants such as attorneys who bill $1000/hour enter, former U.S. Army Special Forces officers, entrepreneurs building terrific companies, programmers, engineers, inventers, writers, artists, top-performing students, and a whole lot of other great people who love peak performance.
The second Ultraworking Pentathlon is running from 7 January 2017 to 22 January 2017.
For $200, you can gift an entry into the Pentathlon for a friend or loved one.
It includes everything a normal Pentathlon entry includes -- five live events including three Work Cycles trainings, great technology focused on perfect habits and getting one's Most Important Work done, competition and team aspects, scoring, and great community -- and additionally, we'll work with you to make sure the gift both looks and feels as awesome as it is.
Who should you buy this for?
The Pentathlon works best for people who are already motivated, thriving, and killing it.
We generate a lot of outcomes for participants, but what's that old saw about leading a horse to water?
We think it's not a good fit for people who don't have their lives together.
For people already largely thriving who want to go to the next level, though, it's perfect.
Should I check with the gift receipt's January schedule before buying?
Well, we don't know your gifting customs -- how important surprises are among your friends and family -- but it's not a terrible idea.
All of the Pentathlon can be done remotely from your computer and it takes very little time (literally under one minute each day) to keep one's scores updated.
The big question is if they have availability on Saturday 7 January from 12PM Eastern to 4PM Eastern (9AM to 1PM Pacific) to attend the opening kickoff, tech training, and live Work Cycles.
That event is required, so you might discreetly ask if they can be available for four hours on Saturday January 7th.
The other events are 100% optional -- we think they're cool and beneficial, but they're not required. If they can come on Saturday 7 January, they're good to go.
Does this look cool? How do you deliver it?
Oh, it looks super cool.
We'll give you options after you buy for the following:
Don't sweat the details too much -- the basic idea is that this can either (1) be handled all digitally if that's convenience, or (2) we can mail you something to give to them, or (3) we can mail them directly.
We'll check with you before we mail or email anything, so no worries on that score. We can also customize a little bit if you want to include a specific message from you, if we're contacting them.
Anyway, this is all very straightforward -- it'll look cool and come across great.
This Holiday Season, Give the Gift of Ultraworking
You ready to buy this as a gift for someone?
After you buy, you'll immediately be directed to a form to add customization.
We won't send this out until you've confirmed it's ready to go, but that's very simple to do. We'll work with you to make this amazing -- we know that presenting a gift well is cool and important.
You can buy a gift registration at this link for $200.
Any questions? Just shoot a note to email@example.com -- we're happy to help you make these holidays amazing, and we think this might just be the greatest gift ever [*].
Sebastian Marshall and Kai Zau
[*] We're probably biased, though.