Guaranteed Peak Performance and Chance to Win an iPhone XS

We’re all about peak performance at Ultraworking — join the contest to get access to over $300 of productivity tech and have an amazing May… and get a chance to win an iPhone XS


Introducing… Uncontestable II

We’re pleased to announce our second Uncontestable contest. The first Uncontestable had over 25,000 entries — contestants had a lot of fun and the lucky winner won an iPhone Xs (congrats again, Adam!)

We want to set you up for a productive May. So, everyone who enters the contest will get access to $300 worth of Ultraworking productivity tools and free training events. Also, one lucky winner will win an iPhone XS.

Our productivity tech and events have changed lives, we’ve got dozens of pages of reviews along these lines —

“The biggest thing I realized is that when I focused during Work Cycles, I can get a workday done in 3 hours... By getting the work done in disciplined cycles, that then frees me up to work on bigger things, as well as showing me where I was wasting time in the past.” — Glennn Holman, Consultant; Dallas, Texas

It’s very cool to get a shot at winning an iPhone XS, but even more cool is some guaranteed peak performance. We’re here to help you get all your work done more easily and more enjoyably than you thought possible.

“Work cycles has been the most dramatic and unexpected improvement to my working life that I've had in awhile. Seriously - my output has gotten more consistent, more fun, less tiring, and (most importantly) more thoughtful.” — Mohnish Soundararajan, Host and Producer of Moonwalk; New York, NY

Oh yeah, and you can win a brand-new iPhone. That’s cool too.

The Mechanics: How the Uncontestable Works


The Uncontestable isn’t like any other contest. It’s designed to boost your productivity — getting you into flow state, helping you get more work done, and having a great time in the process.

Entering is simple. Put your email in here and you get one entry —

Then, you can get extra entries for —

(1) Referring friends to the contest, as well as sharing on Twitter and Facebook,

(2) Trying out some Work Cycles for free to get in some peak performance.

For every friend who joins, you’ll get 3 entries and they’ll get a shot to win — a good deal all around.

More importantly, we want to reward you for getting more peak performance. Try out Work Cycles solo and you’ll get some amazing productivity — as well as 3 additional entries. Come to three live events and we’ll give you a whopping 10 entries. You’ll want to come to the events just because they’re awesome for getting work done — that’s the real reward — but an iPhone is pretty cool too.

Entry is open from 6 May to 31 May — we’ll notify the winner on 1 June so they can give us the best address for their new iPhone.

Hyped for some more peak performance? Sign up for free and get additional entries for sharing… and for being productive. That’s pretty cool, huh?

Frequently Asked Questions

You’ve got some peak performance events? That sounds awesome.

Oh, it is awesome. We’re hosting live rounds of Work Cycles entirely free for people joining at the contest. If you haven’t tried Work Cycles yet, it’s a way to buzzsaw through your work really quickly and enjoyably.

We’ll send you the details for events and the tech to your email when you sign up, but the final rounds of free events are now scheduled for —

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We’ll be adding more events as the contest goes on. Bring work to those events! They’re not “blah blah blah” theory — you’re going to get some tech and social accountability to get your work done faster than you thought possible.

All event details will be sent via email.

I’m new to Ultraworking. What are Work Cycles?

We’ll send you all the tech and how to get started for free via email — but in short, it’s a structured way of working to maximize the chance of flow state.

We’ve had attendees report even +400% measurable productivity on a round of Work Cycles, which sounds crazy until you realize that’s merely getting two days of work done in a half-day. We’ve all done that when a crazy deadline hits (like a work deadline or college term paper) or when truly inspired and everything “just clicks.”

Work Cycles is designed to maximize things just clicking. It’s worked really, really well for thousands of people. We’re excited to have you try it and get an immense amount of gains from it.

“I was pleasantly surprised with my performance — at least 3x more productive than normal. I’ve read about productivity best practices and implemented some of them before, but you have to try something like this to really experience the benefits.” — Neil Taylor, Commercial Director at Mobedia; London, UK

Why are you guys doing this?

Mostly because it’s cool and awesome, and we like doing cool/awesome things.

More importantly, Work Cycles is darn-near life-changing for some people. Come, get a bunch of productivity, feel great, have fun, and get some on tech that might make your life better.

Maybe you’ll love Work Cycles and try out The Pentathlon or The Work Gym — our offerings — or maybe not. That’s cool. We’ve got a ton of great free tech and we’re on a mission to make work fundamentally better and more enjoyable. We’re happy to help you hit some peak performance. The iPhone XS prize is cool of course, but hitting your goals more easily and having a great month is even more exciting.

How long does the contest run?

The contest starts on May 6th, 2019 at 00:01 Eastern Standard Time and ends on May 31st, 2019 at 23:59 Eastern Standard Time. The winner will be drawn randomly and emailed on 1 June and will have seven days to reply with a shipping address for your iPhone, so make sure you check your email on 31st May. If the winner doesn’t respond, yikes, they lose out and we’ll re-draw a new winner on 8th June. So check the email you signed up with!

Who’s eligible for the contest?

You gotta be 18 years or older. You can’t work at Ultraworking or be one of our relatives. (Sorry, Mom.) It’s open worldwide unless this sort of thing is prohibited in your jurisdiction. Countries where American corporations are forbidden from doing business are ineligible. (Sorry, Pyongyang. Nothing personal.)

Please use a valid email address. Robotic entry shenanigans and similar sneakiness are no bueno and will be invalidated.

I really want to win! How do I earn entries?

The more entries you have, the higher your chance of winning. Here’s the breakdown of entries:

Get 1 entry each for: a) Signing up for the contest; b) Sharing on Twitter and; c) Sharing on Facebook.

Get 3 entries each for: a) Referring a friend to join the contest; b) Completing a full round of Work Cycles, either solo or at a live event.

Get 10 entries for: Attending three or more of the (awesome) free live Work Cycles events.

In other words, you get a greater chance of winning the grand prize for spreading the word and for being productive. We think that’s really cool.

How will my entries get added for Work Cycles?

You can get entries for signing up, social media sharing, and for referring the contest to friends on this page.

We’ll send you all details about Work Cycles to your email, and we’ll use complicated computer magic to get you credit for doing Cycles solo and/or attending the live events.

How will the winner be contacted?

Email. Check it on 1 June. Respond ASAP with a shipping address if you won. Get an iPhone XS. Cool.

I got other questions!

We’re friendly — contest@ultraworking.com for contest-related things, sebastian@ultraworking.com if you want to drop our CEO a line. We expect a lot of email to the general contest email, so for time-sensitive stuff, email Sebastian.

Anything else?

Yeah — we’re really, really excited for this.

Excited both for the contest as well as helping you hit some peak performance.

All you gotta do now is —

(1) Sign up to be eligible and get your free tech,
(2) Spread the word for extra entries and to hook your friends up,
(3) Be hyper-productive and get actual contest credit for that too!

Yeah, we’re totally hyped. Good luck and here’s to a max-productive March! You can sign up here —

Good luck and here’s to much productivity!,  Sebastian Marshall, Kai Zau, and Nabilah Abu Bakar from Ultraworking HQ

Good luck and here’s to much productivity!,

Sebastian Marshall, Kai Zau, and Nabilah Abu Bakar from Ultraworking HQ