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Start organising your life today using our free Grid™ productivity and wellbeing resources. Take these 5 steps and set out on your journey to the perfect work-life balance.
The Grid™ is a proven self-improvement and personal growth approach for those who want results without burnout. Committed ‘Gridders’ find that they are more in tune with their values, act with integrity, achieve more, and find more time to be spontaneous and creative.
Start Now with these 5 Free Steps
- Watch the tutorial video
- Download the templates
- Join us on Facebook
- Read the Grid™ blogs
- Learn how the Grid™ has transformed the real world
Step 1: Get Started by Watching the Grid™ Tutorial
Learn how to transform your life using the Grid. This video will help you get gridding right away. It is based on Magdalena Bak-Maier’s own personal use of the Grid.
If you’re a Grid beginner, we highly recommend you start by watching this video. This tutorial will guide you through the process and its key elements. To make sure you make the most of this transformational productivity resource make sure you purchase the Get Productive Grid™ book and associated aids.
Magdalena Bak-Maier Walks Us through the Grid™ Productivity Tool
Step 2: Download the Grid™ Templates
Now that you’ve watched the video tutorial, you’re ready to start on your very own Grid™. To help you embark on your unique journey to work-life balance, we’ve made the Grid™ templates available to download as part of our free productivity resources suite.
Creating your own Grid™ is easy. All you need is a pen, A4/A3 paper or your favourite journal, and a highlighter.. To ensure and support continuous practice check out our Grid™ associated aids.
The Grid™ gives you a simple framework to capture and structure your ideas in a clear and meaningful way while giving you plenty of freedom to reflect your personality, circumstances and goals.
Are you ready to get Gridding? Download the templates today!
Step 3: Find Support in Our Facebook Community
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go with others.”
– African Proverb
We have created an open place where Grid™ method adopters (Gridniks) and Grid™ coaches and trainers can meet each other. Join us and share your experience, inspire others and become inspired.
Stay up to date with Grid™ related news and start conversations with like-minded people all over the world. Pose a question on our Facebook group today.
Not on Facebook? No problem. If you have a question or want to get in touch with your experience please contact us directly.
Step 4: Learn More and Get Productivity & Wellbeing Tips from the Grid™ Blog
The Make Time Count blog covers topics including industry and business news relevant to productivity and wellbeing, neuroscience, psychology, philosophy, self-development, health and wellbeing, and inspiring books and online resources.
Below, you will find links to a few recent blogs that relate to the Grid™ work; these are guaranteed to enhance your Grid™ experience by providing you with unique insight from neuroscience.
Step 5: Read How the Grid™ Transforms Lives
The Grid™ is a holistic tool that aids productivity and personal development. Its unique framework uses key principles of how our brains like to work to help you stay focused, clear and motivate action.
Still not sure if the Grid™ productivity tool will work for you? Then dip into the Grid™ Case Studies and learn from others’ experiences. You’ll pick up additional ideas on how the Grid™ can help you do more and live more.
Read the Grid™ Case Studies
What’s Next on Your Work-Life Balance Journey?
Become a Grid™ Master!
Plus there’s the exciting Grid™ Online Programme coming up Easter 2020 and our 3-month Grid™ Journals for Professionals and Students soon to be released. Stay tuned and join our newsletter for all the latest Grid™ news.
Give Something Back by Completing Our Life Satisfaction Survey
We are strong believers in data and research that is grounded in the experience of people just like you. We’re interested in the reality of experience across ages, roles, and continents. Please take a few minutes to fill in our survey. Your answers will help us test important ideas about how and why we do what we do. Most importantly, the data will help us develop tools that can support more people into independence, success, and health.
We will periodically share what we are learning from this exercise in our monthly newsletter. If you are a researcher working on wellbeing and productivity, please connect with Magdalena Bak-Maier via LinkedIn.