About Me

See Clearly Live Powerfully

and achieve extraordinary results
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And you are determined to make your life be what you want it to be!

How Coaching Can Benefit You

Experience winning in your business
Projects
Below are some ongoing projects that reflect a lot of my different “worlds.” Some are

Pumthuggee: YouTube Channel
M.E.S.H.: Men’s accountability and entrepreneurship movement
Venturi Academy: Career and portfolio training and coaching
SermonSpice: Videos for churches
Udemy: How to Get a Raise
Creative Threads: Entrepreneurship book
Tips for Young Designers Course

How do I get so much done?
I have four kids, am married to my amazing wife (she has her own killer brand), and have a house with a shed. A big shed. That’s a lot of grown up responsibilities if you haven’t noticed. A day job. A mortgage. So how I find the time as a busy professional, husband, and father to get all this stuff done? Although you can read it in my book, here’s a quick list of how I think about time and space in order to make what you see before you. Enjoy.

• Attack the day’s most important project first thing in the morning for 90 minutes without stopping. (Brian Tracy's book Eat That Frog)

• The time you have to complete a project is exactly how much time you will need to do it. (Horstman's corollary to Parkinson's law)

• The farther in advance you plan something, the greater the likelihood it will happen. (Basic budgeting)

• Make a year’s worth of goals. Then give yourself 6 months to do them all. We usually allow too much time rather than too little.

• However much time is requested for a meeting, make the meeting half that. (Advice from Colin Powell)

• Make passivity your enemy. When you step into a situation, drive it and own it. You'll always regret your inactions more than your actions. Move first.

• Don’t have too many goals. Less goals = better chances of getting anything done.

• There will never be a time when all the circumstances are perfect to start something. Don’t wait for that time. It's not coming.

• Focus on one thing for an hour a day and you’ll be an expert in a few years.

• Don’t wait for permission. If you have obtained a position or role you have the authority to take action.

• Just start. Take the first step. Do something. Your goal at this moment is not completion, it's gaining momentum.

New Book From Philip Jaymes

Available January 19th!
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Projects

Below are some ongoing projects that reflect a lot of my different “worlds.” Some are

 

Pumthuggee: YouTube Channel

M.E.S.H.: Men’s accountability and entrepreneurship movement

Venturi Academy: Career and portfolio training and coaching

SermonSpice: Videos for churches

Udemy: How to Get a Raise

Creative Threads: Entrepreneurship book

Tips for Young Designers Course

 

How do I get so much done?

I have four kids, am married to my amazing wife (she has her own killer brand), and have a house with a shed. A big shed. That’s a lot of grown up responsibilities if you haven’t noticed. A day job. A mortgage. So how I find the time as a busy professional, husband, and father to get all this stuff done? Although you can read it in my book, here’s a quick list of how I think about time and space in order to make what you see before you. Enjoy.

 

 

  • Attack the day’s most important project first thing in the morning for 90 minutes without stopping. (Brian Tracy’s book Eat That Frog)

 

  • The time you have to complete a project is exactly how much time you will need to do it. (Horstman’s corollary to Parkinson’s law)

 

  • The farther in advance you plan something, the greater the likelihood it will happen. (Basic budgeting)

 

  • Make a year’s worth of goals. Then give yourself 6 months to do them all. We usually allow too much time rather than too little.

 

  • However much time is requested for a meeting, make the meeting half that. (Advice from Colin Powell)

 

  • Make passivity your enemy. When you step into a situation, drive it and own it. You’ll always regret your inactions more than your actions. Move first.

 

  • Don’t have too many goals. Less goals = better chances of getting anything done.

 

  • There will never be a time when all the circumstances are perfect to start something. Don’t wait for that time. It’s not coming.

 

  • Focus on one thing for an hour a day and you’ll be an expert in a few years.

 

  • Don’t wait for permission. If you have obtained a position or role you have the authority to take action.

 

  • Just start. Take the first step. Do something. Your goal at this moment is not completion, it’s gaining momentum.