There’s a contest.
That’s cool, huh?
Introducing to you the first ever Ultraworking Uncontestable – a competition that rewards you for doing Work Cycles.
Put your best foot forward from October 1st, 2018 through October 14th, 2018 and you might just win your own peak performance book collection. The collection consists of 20 highly acclaimed books* with genre ranging from business, technology, sci-fi, non-fiction and more.
How To Enter
To enter, simply log on to our Competition Widget as shown below. You’ll need to complete actions to earn points:
Get a point every time you log on to the widget
Get a point when you share Uncontestable on Twitter
Get a point when you share Uncontestable on Facebook
Get a point every time your friend enters Uncontestable using your unique link.
The more points you collect, the higher your chance of winning our amazing curated book list.
For those of you who have already registered and/or subscribed (huzzah!), we’ll make sure to credit you the points – just make sure to log on to the widget with the same email address.
This isn’t like any other contest. Don’t enter for the prize – enter because you want to enhance your peak performance and permanently establish work habits.
The winner will be announced on October 15th, 2018 via email.
*Peak Performance book list
The Goal by Eli Goldratt
The Effective Executive by Peter Drucker
Principles by Ray Dalio
Musashi by Eiji Yoshikawa
Foundation by Asimov
The End of Jobs by Taylor Pearson
Atomic Habits by James Clear
Tiago Forte, one of his books
High Growth Handbook by Elad GIl
Kiss or Kill: Confessions of a Serial Climber by Mark Twight
Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card
Starting Strength by Mark Ripptoe
Get your 10 points with Work Cycles:
We're launching by having two Work Cycles sessions each week — on each Saturday and Sunday, from 4PM-8PM Eastern time (1PM-5PM Pacific).
If you’re in the Ultraworking orbit, you’ve probably come across Work Cycles by now — it’s a structured way of working where attendees get anywhere from 10% to 400% boosts to productivity in a structured work session.
(400% sounds crazy at first until you realize it’s merely getting two normal days of work done in a half-day — something we’ve all done when we’ve been under deadline pressure or in an inspired flow state. Attendees regularly report +200% to +400% over their normal baseline.)
Cycles is a structured way to rapidly plan out a work session, and then buzzsaw through your work. The format is conducive to more productivity and speed, and the gains from having other great people around is motivating and helps with accountability and guidance as well.
Sign up for Work Cycles below and get your 10 points —