Full Focus Planner

I’ve been using Michael Hyatt’s Full Focus Planner since it was released at the end of 2017. It captures the core of Michael’s productivity systems and actually helps you focus on the right tasks to make major progress on your goals. Sections for goal setting, routines, daily schedules, and even long-term planning keep me using this planner every quarter. Try it for 3 months to see how much it helps you achieve your goals.

Asana

As an Asana Certified Pro, I can confidently say that Asana is the best tool available for team project management. I have a number of clients who swear by Asana because it’s easy to use and makes collaboration and delegation incredibly easy. The free version is incredible and works for most teams, and the paid version is awesome if you need additional features like timelines and custom fields.

Brain.fm

I’ve been using Brain.fm to help me get instant focus since 2015, and the app just keeps getting better. Brain.fm provides music that’s scientifically tested to get you focused quickly. Start a track and you’ll immediately improve your focus or your relaxation. One of my favorite features that beats similar apps is offline mode for those times I really need to cut out distractions or am flying.

Free to Focus

After attending Michael Hyatt’s live Free to Focus event, I was thrilled when he released the book. This book packs so much information into a quick and easy read. It will help you plan your days and more importantly rethink how you can get the most out of the time you have.

Starbucks Via

When I don’t have time to actually make a pot of coffee or if I just want one cup to get me going in the morning, I reach for the Via. I know instant coffee usually sucks, but Starbucks has actually made an instant coffee that tastes like real coffee. It’s reasonably priced and keeps me from wasting any left over black-magic-bean-juice

Rest

As important as hard work is, it’s almost more important to rest. Most of us struggle to actually rest. I’m not talking about lounging in front of the TV, but instead using active rest to help you improve in all areas of your life.

Atomic Habits

This book by habits expert James Clear teaches you exactly how to eliminate bad habits and easily build the habits that will help you be a better husband and father.

Rockin Productivity Academy

My friend Jeff is the author of The Free-Time Formula and The 5 AM Miracle, as well as host of The 5 AM Miracle podcastNow he’s offering a Premium Productivity Membership with step-by-step videos of real productive strategies, in-depth interviews, and custom coaching. Jeff wanted to make this membership is accessible for all my readers, so he offered me a discount to share that’s over $100 off (that’s 40%).

Eat That Frog

I know that sounds gross, but it works…If procrastination is something that keeps holding you back, Brian Tracy’s book is for you. He shares 21 strategies you can use to defeat procrastination now.

Essentialism

This is the #1 book to help you define what’s most important and completely reshape how you think about work & life.  Greg McKeown takes you step-by-step through a process of identifying what’s most important and creating a plan to focus on what matters most.

Todoist

Todoist another incredible app for getting things done. It’s one of the best task management tool for everything from simple task lists to professional team projects. No other task management app integrates with as many tools as well as Todoist.

Peak Work Performance Summit

In this on-demand summit, the world’s top productivity experts reveal their strategies for achieving health, happiness and success. The best part, you can watch all these incredible videos for free.