The 12 Week Year product line has everything you need to solve your most challenging performance problems.
Start getting more done in 12 weeks than others do in 12 months.
No matter how busy you are, or how many times you may have failed in the past...
This new approach is easy to learn, easy to implement, and easy to maintain.
My name is, Brian Moran, Co-Author of the New York Times Bestseller, The 12 Week Year. Over the last several years, my business partner, Michael Lennington and I have had the good fortune of aligning ourselves with many of the largest organizations in the world.
After exhaustive testing, we were able to strip away the noise, and isolate the proverbial “simple hidden on the other side of complex," which has now become the bedrock of our 12 Week Year Methodology.
This new and different approach to getting things done has now become the operating method of choice for many Fortune 500 executives, elite entrepreneurs, accomplished athletes, top performers in dozens of professional fields, and, for ordinary, but ambitious individuals who need an effective execution method that's easy to learn, easy implement, and easy to maintain.
Our flagship home training program significantly shortens the learning curve and eliminates a lot of the second guessing and “…am I doing this right?” that can wreak havoc when adopting something new. Armed with this vetted, easy to implement system, you’ll quickly eliminate the peaks and valleys in your performance and see your projects through to completion every time.
When you complete the online team training program you will have proven systems and processes in place that will allow your team to get more done in 12 weeks than most teams get done in an entire year.
Based on the New York Times Bestseller, The 12 Week Year, this video series will introduce you to The 12 Week Year Methodology and the underlying system that supports it.
The series lays out a convincing case for which parts of traditional goal setting we should keep, which parts must be tweaked, and which parts must be changed entirely.
Challenging your thinking on what it takes to perform at your best, this video series provides fresh insight into why we often fail to excel, and if we do meet with success, fail to sustain it.
Matthew E. Winter // President, Allstate Auto, Home and Agencies