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We’re very close to launching my long-awaited podcast, The World Changer Show with Matt McWilliams.

It’s been nearly two years in the making and it’s coming on September 16, 2014! (It sure feels good to write that date and put that out for all to see)

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The show’s focus will be on learning how to be a world changer. We will release two new episodes each week, with each lasting approximately 30-40 minutes. There will be a variety of episodes, some solo lessons with just me and some interviews with amazing world changers. We’re even going to ask you to help us select some great people to interview. We want to introduce the world to those world changers who aren’t necessarily famous.

Along the way, you’ll grow as a person, develop as a leader, be motivated to succeed, and learn how to communicate better, surround yourself with a support group, and much, much more. I’ll share my tips and tricks to help you change your life and ultimately the world. I’ll also motivate you to get out of your comfort zone and be the world changer you were born to be.

HOWEVER, we need your help to make this happen. Before we start producing the first season and launch this thing on September 16 (that’s only 7 weeks away!), we want to make sure we’re covering the right topics and have the right guests.

That is where you come in. Please take 1-2 minutes to answer this super-short survey—it’s only two questions…

Learn more about the podcast and answer the survey

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Mark Sieverkropp loves his job. How about you?

It hasn’t always been that way. Less than two years ago, he absolutely hated his job.

But he found the work that he loves; work that he is passionate about. He actually wakes up and looks forward to work. He is making a difference each day. He is truly living. And he wants to teach you how to feel that way, too.

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Worn out – physically and emotionally

Mark woke up one day from a deep slumber. He look over at the clock…

7:37

It hits him suddenly…

“What?!? I’m three hours late for work!

Hurry, hurry, hurry. Go, go, go. Get up! Your boss is going to kill you. Get your clothes on. You’ve gotta find your wallet and keys. Where is my phone?!? Why is my wife yelling at me?”

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What if you could magically have an extra half hour or more to yourself or with family each day?

And what if you could increase your productivity by as much as 50% at the same time?

Does that sound like something you’d like? I know it sounds unrealistic, but it’s entirely possible. Let me show you how.

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Before we go any further, let me make something very clear. Not one of these 10 tips is a magical productivity bullet. There is no such thing.

Let me also be clear that this list comes from my own personal experience struggling to stay focused and meet deadlines. Each of these works for me, but some of them might not be ideal for you. If you implement a good number of them, though, you really can find yourself spending less time at work and getting more done.

10 ways to boost your productivity…today

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Why do some people almost always seem to get what they want?

They get the promotion they’ve been dreaming about. They get their dream house…for $20,000 less than market value. They seem to attract new business no matter what the economists say on the news. No matter what it is, they seem to get it.

The truth is, they have to wait just like you…but they wait differently.

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We spend a lot of time waiting in life.

Waiting for a new job or promotion. Waiting for the right person to spend life with. Waiting for our health to get better or our finances to improve. Waiting for this and that.

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