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
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
Work Cycles is a reliable way to get more done of what matters to you
Over the last few years, we've had thousands of people do Cycles. Every single time, we ask for feedback. We've had — no exaggeration — zero negative feedback. Everyone likes Work Cycles.
For people who are already very well-organized, who don't procrastinate, and who have a good system — Work Cycles might only be around a 10% boost.
For people who don't have those things, we regularly hear reports of people being anywhere from 2x to 4x more effective than normal.
No exaggeration. We've taken precise measurements. People regularly get done more work before lunchtime on Cycles than they do all day working in whatever haphazard and sporadic way people normally work.
And it's more enjoyable and easier, too.
As a programmer when I first heard of cycles I had some reservations. But after some real world experience, I went on to realize that if your tasks aren't divided into small enough pieces that they fit within 30 minutes, you probably don't know the problem well enough. So now I'm sold on using cycles for programming - it's saved me from a lot of wasted time and effort.
Han Chang, Programmer, San Francisco, CA
If you'll put your email in below, we'll send you a Work Cycles template that's reusable and a short best practices video so you can master the technique. Try out Cycles — you might just have the best work day you've had in years.