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“Work like hell. I mean you just have to put in 80 to 100 hour weeks every week. It improves the odds of success. If other people are complaining about 40-hour workweeks and you’re putting in 100-hour workweeks, then even if you’re doing the same thing, you know that you will achieve in four months what it takes them a year to achieve.” - Elon Musk
This isn't the first time you hear it, isn't it?
When people talk about productivity, THIS is what they think about. You see all these insane entrepreneurs doing the impossible, and you think that's productive.
- Elon Musk works 100 hours a week
- Warren Buffet reads 500 pages of financial reports every day
- Gary Vee manages his multinational company 16h a day
They're all productive. They're all happy. People see them as role models.
The question is: Is that what it really takes to be productive?
Give it a try. You won't last long.
And if you somehow do it, you may still get nowhere.
It's safe to say that hard work helps. But that's not enough. Most of you are already working hard.
Yet, you don't feel nearly as productive as these guys.
What do they have that you don't?
One thing we do know is that every person is different. What works for the G.O.A.T.s may not work for you. And that's what SUCKS about productivity.
Everybody is telling you what you should be doing to be a winner in life. You look at their lives, and their strategy indeed works. But the moment you pass it onto yourself, it doesn't.
How do you know WHO to listen to?
You don't have time for years of trial and error. Every day, there are hundreds of productivity blogs, videos, and books published about the topic.
They say you only need one idea to change your life. But if that's your best strategy, you're gonna spend many lifetimes before that happens.
Who wants that?
You don't want to try that, trust me. I learned it the hard way. I spent thousands of hours on books and courses. And If I could go back to change that, I'd do it.
What will YOU do?
Why Productivity Matters
As I see it, you have three options:
Option 1: Do nothing
Pretty easy right? You can close this tab and move on with your life as if nothing happened.
But as the name says, doing nothing does NOTHING to improve the situation. And if you're not improving, you're making things worse.
Who cares about productivity anyway? You can act as if the problem didn't exist.
But the consequences do. Sometimes, we're so far behind our to-do lists that it feels uncomfortable to look at them.
It may seem like you're doing nothing. But doing nothing takes a lot of energy and stress, more than getting to work.
And when you can't ignore the problem anymore, you start looking for answers.
Which brings you back here.
How about the other options?
Option 2: Take Control
You decide to face the problem. You get out there, ready to do the grind. You spend thousands of hours researching, watching courses, trying things. I can tell you it feels motivating because I've done it.
That's good. But it's not even close to how better it could be.
You see, time is scarce. You know what happens when you spend ages on trial and error? You're not working on your dreams. Failure after failure, it's easy to lose motivation, because you're not getting very far.
Hey, nothing wrong with that. Some people are faster at learning than others. But no matter how skilled you are. There will be sacrifices.
Here's the problem with trying things on your own:
- You're more prone to make confusing, FRUSTRATING mistakes
- You waste time testing, going back and forth
- Instead, you could have used that time to get results at work
Because your time doesn't go to your goals, it's impossible that you meet your expectations. And that causes more frustration.
Option 3: Learn from others
I first said every person is different. So why should you care about other people's mistakes?
I don't know what your goals are. But if you compare all the people who achieve what you want, they will likely have common factors. And those factors could be problems they spent years trying to solve.
Look at the most successful person in the world of your field. They will probably agree on one thing:
"Dumb people ignore their problems. Smart people learn from their mistakes. And the smartest people learn from other people's mistakes."
If you have a dream and are struggling to make it happen, that means two things:
- What you want is challenging (so you'll need all the help you can get)
- What you want is worth it (so you want to get there as fast as possible)
I don't know about you, but I don't want to wait when I could be living my dream life instead. It's all about knowing how to work. And the fastest way to find out is to learn from others.
Take any good book. You can learn in a few hours what it took decades for the author to find out.
Yet, nobody reads these days and I don't blame them. You don't have the time to go through every book, and you don't want to. You want results now, and that's why I've created...
The Productivity Vault!
What you're about to see can replace dozens of bookshelves, days of video-content. It's simple, fast, effective. It's what I use every day to max out my productivity.
Anything you can think of productivity appears here. Feeling too tired? Not enough time? Too much work? Distractions? Procrastination? Just look it up in the vault, and minutes later, you're back at work at max performance.
How is it so powerful?
- Practicality: You don't need hours of courses. After a 2-minute read, you're good to go
- Research: Every strategy is scientifically proven to increase your productivity
- Organization: Find the needle in the haystack within seconds
I'm not going to tell you how much the average person reads per day. You can already guess it yourself. And let's not even get into how many people finish the whole thing. I'm talking about both books and courses.
Out of this minority, even fewer people take notes. And from those who take notes, even fewer people revisit them.
Question: How many people actually take action on their knowledge? Guessed it: Almost nobody.
That's how hard it is to research.
And that's exactly what you get from the Productivity Vault.
- 300+ productivity strategies (or more, depending on when you're reading this)
- These are PRACTICAL strategies you can implement IMMEDIATELY after two minutes
- All are organized in 9 categories, so you can find what you want within SECONDS
Now, IMAGINE if you could do all the 300, all at the same time. I can guarantee you will skyrocket your productivity.
Hey, that doesn't mean you have to do all of them. Not even Elon Musk does it. Instead, choose whatever catches your eye. Those are the most likely to work.
Let's say you get the vault right now. After a few-minute read, you're ready to get the benefits TODAY and wipe out your to-do list.
You could also go through the 300-item first. But it works better if you start working after learning four or five.
No matter what problem you have, the solution is only a few clicks away from your Productivity Vault.
What Does It Consist Of?
The Productivity Vault breaks down into 9 sections and almost 300 productivity strategies. It's an organized Notion workspace to find exactly what you need within seconds, whether it's building habits or saving time:
🖥 Section 1: App Hacks
It's funny how so many apps sell themselves with the promise of higher productivity. But if you're like me, you know how this ends. You install dozens of fancy apps and never use them. And even if you do, it takes you almost two hours to manage them.
In this section, I cut through the fluff and show you how the right Apps can make you a better worker:
- How to stop wasting time trying to organize your files (how to do it in seconds)
- How to stop worrying about unread messages without letting people down
- How to find exactly what you want on Google and Slack fast
My Favorite: How to Get All Your ʺRead Laterʺ in One Place
📩 Section 2: Email Management
I know this is the most dreaded topic in productivity. Because who wants to talk about the 90K+ unread emails you got this year?
Even after you close the app, you still feel like there's something you need to check. Every time you think of your inbox, you know that monster is waiting for you. And we haven't even got into your secondary accounts yet.
- How you can go from 999+ to Zero Inbox in 10 minutes
- How the right email templates save you 20 minutes per message
- Why you don't need more than five folders to organize
My Favorite: Reclaim Your Sanity with "Yesterbox"
🔋 Section 3: Energy Management
There's no productivity without energy. And that's what I hate about those who promote the 16h-day hustle. Sure, anybody can "exist" at work during those hours. But are you really present at work?
I've tried it. And most of my energy went into trying to stay awake.
Work quality? It didn't go very well.
I DO believe you can sit for 12h a day while working smart IF that's what you like. But what else can you do aside from the sleep-eat-exercise?
- How you can get the energy to work in 5 minutes or less
- What your Prime Time is, and how it triples your productivity
- Why you should organize your to-do's by mental state
My Favorite: Instant Energy in 90 Seconds For Free?
🎯 Section 4: Focus
When you work, all you think about is the next vacation. And when you're having fun, you're just thinking about pending work. You know what that means? You spend your time at work but get no results. You take a long break, but you feel even more tired.
What a waste of time!
This section shows you how to invert that and perform at 100x instead. So when it's playtime, it feels more satisfying.
- Why it's possible to work 1/2 time and get 2X results
- How to enter the flow state for creativity tasks
- How I went from burnout to overachiever in 24h
My Favorite: 100x Focus: Tight Bubbles of Total Focus
🎓 Section 5: Growth
We want to be more productive, so we get work done in less time. But we forget that work will always be part of our lives, no matter how fast you go.
True satisfaction doesn't just come from finishing early, but brilliance. And I can tell you there's a HUGE difference between Good and Great.
Can imagine work being so fun that it becomes a reward? That's how you achieve real growth.
- Success too far away? Here's why your yearly goals really take 30 days of work (or less!)
- Too much to do? How improving ONE thing every month makes you progress on everything
- Work too hard? Learn the tiny difference between a world-class performer and you
My Favorite: How to Accomplish 3 Years of Work in 30 Days
🏋️ Section 6: Habits & Routines
I don't know what you think about me after reading this. But I can tell you I'm not a superhuman. I don't know anybody who can be productive 24/7/365.
"But Dan, they're getting so much work done. And they seem to do it effortlessly!"
That's the power of routines. Habits are the productivity seeds for success. It's how you can achieve 4h+ of deep work with 1% of your willpower.
What if you didn't feel any effort? How hard would you work?
- How to lose interest in bad habits without blocking them
- How to set Anti Goals to get exactly the day you want
- How to reward your brain with the "Paperclip Strategy"
My Favorite: The Quick and Easy ʺ20 Seconds Ruleʺ
💪 Section 7: Stop Procrastinating
If you know what to do but can't get started, you need this. It doesn't matter how much you know about productivity if you can't get yourself to take action.
Here, I'll show you why solving procrastination is easier than you think. There's a system you can use TODAY to meet a deadline you may have tomorrow. But if you apply everything, you will end procrastination for life.
- The procrastination doom loop exposed and how to escape The Trap
- Why it really takes 2 minutes of effort to accomplish hours of work
- How to fix the 7 habits of procrastinators
My Favorite: The Quick and Easy ʺ20 Seconds Ruleʺ
🗓 Section 8: Task Management
None of these tactics do anything until you know what you want. And depending on how you set your goals, it will impact your motivation and how quickly you progress.
The greatest think of their goals all the time, from the 10X Rule to Google's OKR system. This section puts all those methods in one place:
- How to bring long-term goals into the Now
- The only 3 lists need to track your progress
- Why you've been using your calendar the wrong way
My Favorite: The Magic of S.M.A.R.T. Goals
⏳ Section 9: Time Management
"Dan, no matter how much I do, I always regret not having done more with my time"
This happens all the time when people have big goals, myself included. And I've found it's much more rewarding to progress in one direction than making one step in a million different projects.
But what if one is not enough? What if you want to complete five projects this month? It's also possible. Here, I'll show you how to max out all of them without sacrificing anything.
Time is money. Do you like free money? I do. Here's how to get time for free:
- The 20-minute hack that saves you HOURS every week
- Early choices: the reason two-minute tasks end up taking hours
- Why having a maintenance day is like having an 8-day week
My Favorite: The McDonald’s Productivity System
Each section stands on its own, so you can get immediate results without having to memorize hundreds of steps. Whatever problem you have, it solves it.
What's The Price?
It should be $12,000.
That's what I paid. And you WILL pay that too...
... If you don't get the Productivity Vault.
Does that sound high? Maybe you already spent money on courses. So is the Productivity Vault worth it?
Well, if you bought from me all the books that made it possible, you would drop $1500-$2000.
If you look at courses, most of them cost around $1999, if you include the memberships, weekly calls, and stuff. I've been lucky enough to get many of them in the early stage when they only cost $300-$500. So to keep numbers small, you would pay $5,000-$10,000 for all of those.
Now that doesn't include all the time you will need to invest. As we said, it's reading, re-reading, writing notes, taking what works, and discarding what doesn't (the most boring part).
What do you think?
I don't know many people who spent that much on personal growth. And the reason I did it is because I desperately wanted to change. I didn't care if I knew most of the stuff. As long as it could improve my life by 1%, I'd take it.
If you compound one lesson after another, you will get, at least, a 300% improvement. And it doesn't cost you $12,000. It's yours for $50.
I know what you're thinking. Why would I waste $12,000 and years of learning for $50? Is this a joke?
It makes no difference:
- Price it at $12,000, make one sale, and help one person (Who'll probably see it overpriced).
- OR price it at $50, make dozens of sales, and make the same amount back. And those people are basically winning the lottery with this offer.
Question: If you earned the same amount for the same product, would you rather help one person or help fifty? And those fifty are going to get much more than the one who paid $12K (me).
You don't want to be that guy.
Now, that doesn't mean it will always be at $50. As I keep updating the Vault, it's value will increase. The next time you go back here, it may be priced at $70, $90, $300...
One thing we can say for a fact: Updates aren't going to stop. And those who get the Productivity Vault today will access all that for free.
Pay once. Get unlimited ROI.
I like to see it as a stock. Except that here, it can only go up. Maybe you indeed don't need the Vault right now. But what if there's a major update coming up? What if we add another 300 strategies, and it does change your life? You just got all that for $50.
Also, any strategy I share here can potentially skyrocket your productivity. The more the better, but you can achieve stellar results with just one, no matter what it is.
Imagine if you applied them consistently, after using the Productivity Vault for a year, you get insane value from the lessons. For example, you may have overachieved your yearly goals by 20%, all because of a 2-minute tactic you learned three months ago.
And that's only the beginning. Because these strategies will keep getting you results as long as you use them.
Your future self will thank you later.
What happens if I don't see the value of it?
If the Productivity Vault can't make you more productive, then I'll happily refund you the price, no questions asked. Let me know within 30 days after the purchase.
Of course, we can still be friends. You will keep getting the best productivity tips on my blog, newsletter, and YouTube channel.
I've read enough books and taken many courses. Do I still need this?
I've done the same, and I'm still using the Productivity Vault every day. This isn't a one time read. You use it whenever you want to improve your productivity. There's no limit to how far you can get:
Energy management? Check
Building new habits? Check
Plus, I invite you to make this content your own.
Have you found better ideas? Would you like to add some notes? Have you taken notes from other books and courses? Feel free to edit anything after you the Vault to your Notion workspace.
But that's not all. If there's anything you'd like me to add, let me know.
"Hey Dan, I heard this book/course is really good. Could you research and add it to the Productivity Vault?"
I'll consider it for the next update. Because if you found it valuable, chances are it will help the other members as well.
The Vault is already awesome. But you can make it even BETTER if you just ask me.
What other courses do you know that do that for $50?
How much time will this take?
You don't need to learn all the tips to start getting the benefits. Start wherever you like. That's the fastest to get its value.
I believe one is never done with learning. So why would you buy a course if you don't see it worth revisiting? That's why I made each strategy PRACTICAL. You know why to use them, how, and when.
If you're asking about the length, it can take you 2-3hours, or 30 minutes if you speed-read.
I don't recommend you read page by page. If you do that, you're going to go through a lot of unnecessary content. Instead of learning it all just in case, use the just-in-time philosophy: only use what you need right now.
That's the best way I know to manage your time.
Still, thinking you have no time? You can master ANY of the 300 strategies within 1-2 minutes. You're betting 1-2 minutes on a strategy that will improve your life by at least 1% (maybe 100%). Compound that day after day.
The Productivity Vault saves you hours for every minute you dedicate.
“If I only had an hour to chop down a tree, I would spend the first 45 minutes sharpening my axe.” – Abraham Lincoln.
How is the Productivity Vault different from other methodologies?
- You don't need any previous knowledge about productivity
If you didn't take courses and books about productivity, you don't need to. The strategies shared are simple so that anybody can take action on them fast, solving any productivity problem.
And if you'd like to learn more about the science behind it, you'll find the source at the bottom of each tip.
- It's not an arbitrary compilation of "productivity hacks"
I don't want to waste your time with theories you'll never use. Everything you find in the Productivity Vault is essential, including everything I add in future updates.
Before adding another strategy, I ask myself: "Can this get immediate effects?" If it doesn't, I discard it.
- It's not a rigid script you have to implement perfectly to succeed
Although the Vault is well organized, it's non-linear. You can start wherever you want and boost your productivity fast.
Some people used this tool to shrink weeks of work into days. And they didn't have to learn every single one of the 300+ tactics.
You're also free to make it your own. Adapt the strategies to yourself and add more as you discover them.
- The vault doesn't force you to work in a certain way
Having 300+ strategies can feel overwhelming because you want to get the most from each of them. But don't worry: you don't need a 4h morning routine or anything like that.
As a practical tool, everything you learn becomes automatic. If something doesn't work well, you just stop doing it. And if you get stuck somewhere, you only need to check the Productivity Vault.
Each section targets a specific problem, whether it's procrastination, energy, or distractions. You can keep applying strategies until you solve it. But if you don't have that problem anymore, you can skip it.
When will I become productive?
I don't know anybody who has become productive overnight. But that doesn't mean you can't get results TODAY.
That's the easy part. Anybody can be productive once. But if you don't make real changes, you will go back to who you are tomorrow.
When I got started, these were the biggest challenges:
- Overcoming procrastination
- Building good habits and breaking the bad ones
- Getting enough energy to do everything I wanted to do
If I could summarize the whole Productivity Vault in a one-word secret, it would be CONSISTENCY. So if you're looking for the fastest way to win, start with these three.
Now, habits may take three to seven weeks to build, depending on the strategy you use. With the vault, you have enough to experiment by yourself and use whatever works best for you.
If this helps you create a 3-day productivity streak, it becomes FAR easier to reach 10, 20, 30 days- Until you become a productive person naturally.
What about future updates?
Keep in mind that I'm sharing with you a tool I use myself. I always read books and articles every week to find the latest tactics.
I can GUARANTEE you: updates are going to come. If you get the Productivity Vault today, you pay the current price and nothing else. Even if it raises 4X in value, you get those updates for FREE.
That's the least I can do for you. And the most? Get ready for the updates ;).
If you invested in this, you deserve the best exceptional.
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