On this episode of Your ADHD Life Marina Darlow, the Head Productivity Fairy at Vision-Framework.com, gives you systems and tools to get you started creating up to 20 more hours a week to be productive or play.
Marina Darlow is a systems' expert and a productivity geek. She sees her job as helping impact-driven entrepreneurs get 10-20 more productive hours a week, stop leaking money, and prevent stress-fuel breakdowns.
Marina builds small, purpose-driven businesses from the inside, helping entrepreneurs run their companies with ease by putting effective, easy-to-use, and fun (yep!) systems in place.
A short time after starting her company, Vision Framework became strongly focused on ADHD-gifted business owners. Because “as a group, these are the most inspiring people I've ever met. It's the traits you can't teach, - the creativity, the uber-high amounts of energy, as well as a certain disregard of rules.”
** In the name of productivity, the meat of this interview really starts at *about* minute 13.
You can find information on Marina’s FREE e-course, WHICH SYSTEM to TACKLE FIRST? here: https://visionframework.lpages.co/essential-systems-e-course/
For Your ADHD Life listeners only! a Cheat-Sheet, Make Systems work for the ADHD brain- go to https://visionframework.lpages.co/systems-for-adhd-gifted/
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