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44: Productivity in a SNAPP - Nick Snapp - Productivity Expert - Host of The Make it Snappy Productivity Show Nick Snapp is an entrepreneur who uses project management and continuous improvement methodology in coaching overwhelmed entrepreneurs to remove bottlenecks, save time and increase profitability.  He is obsessed about helping entrepreneurs uncover their "game-changer,” the one activity that will deliver the greatest return on invested time both at work and at home and holding them accountable following through. Nick earned a Masters in Mechanical Engineering from Union College and MBA from the University of Florida.  He obtained Lean/Six Sigma and Project Management Professional certifications, and worked 14 years in the nuclear and phosphate industries, where he led teams as a capital project manager, responsible for multi-million-dollar projects.  Nick leverages his leadership and technical background to provide a unique coaching experience for his clients. He is best known as the atypical-engineer host of The Make it Snappy Productivity Show podcast, and all things “snappy," for that matter. What you will learn:  Finding your game changer activity  How to prioritize, delegate and focus Accountability tips & tools to use right now One step to breaking free from overwhelm  Crafting a workspace for maximum effectiveness  Nick Snapp’s productivity reading list  How to work with Nick directly!  More on Nick Snapp:  Business: http://NickSnapp.com Call to Action: If you go to NickSnapp.com/video, Nick’s offering three of his best tips for helping overwhelmed stop being busy and start being effective with his strategy video and companion guide.  He’s also offering a 25-minute strategy call for brave entrepreneurs who are serious about solving their #1 struggle with time management - just don’t be offended if Nick call’s you out on your excuses. Just go to NickSnapp.com/video , watch the strategy video, download the pdf and apply for the call. Podcast & Blog: http://MakeItSnappyShow.com iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/make-it-snappy-productivity/id1070551695 Stitcher:  http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-make-it-snappy-productivity-show Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/nicholas-snapp PRODUCTIVITY ON PURPOSE (P.O.P.) (Closed Facebook Group) http://facebook.com/groups/nicksnapp/ This is a free Community where we help hold each other accountable to doing our one productive thing each day, by making our commitments public, giving each other feedback, helpful tips, etc. If you're serious about getting your time back, please consider this YOUR invitation to join the group!            FACEBOOK SHOW PAGE http://facebook.com/makeitsnappyshow Daily tips on productivity Interesting articles Community interaction Announcements related to The Make it Snappy Productivity Show  TWITTER (@thesnappyshow)  LINKEDIN  https://www.linkedin.com/today/author/nvsnapp
Nick Snapp on Agreements, Expectations and Hacking Your Work Environment Nick Snapp is an entrepreneur who uses project management and continuous improvement methodology in coaching overwhelmed entrepreneurs to remove bottlenecks, save time and increase profitability.  He  is obsessed about helping entrepreneurs uncover their &#8220;game-changer,” the one activity that will deliver the greatest return on invested time both at work and at home. He is also the host of &#8216;The Make It Snappy Productivity Show&#8217;.

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013 BANMwS Nick Snapp, You Don't Have to Do Laundry or anything that sucks the life out of you! What's sucking the life out of you? Nick says, "just say no." He answers all the good hubby questions too - like how can we get them to cooperate? Enjoy this father-of-three's humility and wisdom. Grab his free ebook at http://www.makeitsnappyshow.com/guide to save 71 minutes a day! He has another bonus offer at the end too that you can get by text.
095 Empty Your Mind and Focus On One Thought Says Productivity Expert Nick Snapp Nick Snapp is an Engineer, Productivity Strategist and Podcaster. He combines productivity with purpose for entrepreneurial Moms and Dads who want their time back.
He
provides innovative coaching, training and consulting services for
entrepreneurs who want to get the RIGHT things done.  He's also host of The "Make it Snappy" Productivity Show
podcast. Nick’s faith fuels his love for people, culture, language
learning, and his passion for working productively and living
deliberately.Contact InfoWebsite: makeitsnappyshow.com
Twitter: @TheSnappyShow
Podcast: The Make It Snappy Productivity ShowMost Influential PersonTim FerrisEffect on EmotionsIt
causes me to take a pause rather than just act. It's not just about
getting things done for me anymore, it's about getting the right things
done.Thoughts on BreathingIf
I get really worked up I take ten deep breaths, which is a really good
strategy for me to calm down. So paying attention to breath is an
important thing but like I said earlier most of my focus when I'm in
some sort of meditation I try to keep it on god.Suggested ResourcesBook: Essentialism by Gregg McKewon
App: A Time LoggerAdvice for NewbieI
would say start with the "why" for sure. If you had all the money in
the world and everything you're doing and money is not a factor anymore
what do you do? What do you do with that time? and if you can get to
that point  it just opens doors for you because you start thinking
consciously well do I really need the money to do these things.Thank You Bonus:
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010 - From Entrepreneur to Miracle Worker with Nick Snapp Nick Snapp shares how he transitioned from online entrepreneur to miracle worker, how he restored his relationships, and how he diffuses high-tense situations.
016:Nick Snapp:Helping Others Get Their Time Back Never miss an episode of weekly inspiration from Simple Change. Subscribe now through iTunes, or Stitcher, or listen to an episode here. Today's guest, Nick Snapp is a family man, engineer, coach, speaker and host of the Make It Snappy Productivity Show Podcast in addition to being the productivity specialist and podcaster at Inspire Me Solutions. Nick, being trained as an engineer initially felt that he had to chase the corporate lifestyle. He enjoyed the people in the corporate world, but he always knew that there was something missing. As years progressed, he realized that environment wasn't for him. In his experience, he would find a lot of people who were depressed and stuck doing the "corporate thing" which led him to answer his calling of becoming an entrepreneur. February 2015 was Nick's turning point and also the time when he decided to pursue the "entrepreneurial thing." He started his business with LEAN SIX SIGMA studies for products and companies. The job required more time spent away from his family, which he could not afford, so he got a coach to find some solutions. A program in L.A. made him identify what he was good at and what accolades he had always received in the past and they were all about PRODUCTIVITY. Since then, he has been hitting it hard in the productivity space. Nick views productivity as "working on the right things and spending your time working on your best activities. Defining what those best activities are, is the most productive thing that anybody can do". Getting involved in this productivity line got Nick thinking about every moment of his life. He came to know that your time really matters as an entrepreneur and on the outset you are the only person accountable for what you are getting done. When he first started, he was struggling with procrastination with his website; he just could not get it together. Later on, he finally decided to build the website at all cost in two weeks with the help of stickK.com. StickK.com is a helpful online tool that asks users to sign Commitment Contracts, define their goals, acknowledge what it’ll take to accomplish it, and leverage the power of putting money on the line to turn that goal into a reality. As an entrepreneur, Nick is not afraid to push limits on what he feels that he can do. He started experimenting with coaching on air, with having panel answering questions from listeners and even with his wife or kids on, doing commercials. He’s never been afraid to execute whatever he feels is solid and consistent with his message and brand that adds value to people , however possible. The majority of Nick's clients are parents who feel overwhelmed, lacking focus and feeling distracted. Nick also experienced that previously ,which led him to learn productivity. Nick wants to inspire and help people live their lives where they want to, do things that they want to do and help them get their time back. Nick also developed a group coaching program, as he believes that the clients support each other. It’s a group with a common mission and similar mindsets to help each other. Some Simple Changes that Nick recommends: " Getting around people that think like you." " If you have an idea, it's going to sit our there in “idea land” until you set a date and commit and you tell people what you are doing." To learn more about Nick Snapp and how you can get your time back, to spend more time doing what you love, please contact him at via email: nick@makeitsnappyshow.com or visit him at his website: www.makeitsnappyshow.com Sources Mentioned in the Podcast Inspire Me Solutions Make It Snappy Show Sarah Featured on Make It Snappy Show Lean Six Sigma StickK Site Prison Break Coaching Program The Productivityist Podcast   Connect and Follow Nick Email Make It Snappy Productivity Show Inspire Me Solutions, LLC Facebook <a href="http://www.facebook.com/makeitsnappys
#186: Ralph And Carol Lynn Critique Nick Snapp’s Autoresponder We Get An Autoresponder After sending Nick Snapp an email and getting an autoresponder back, we decided to critique it. Couple of reasons… First, Nick is a big productivity guy. And he’s big on accountability. On his podcast, the Make It Snappy Productivity Show, he asks his listeners to hold him accountable. So in the interest of holding him accountable, and sharing some insights into auto emails in general that everyone can learn from, we decided to rake him over the coals and tell him how he’s completely ruining the internet… I mean, provide constructive criticism. Here’s the email in full. Hi - Thanks for your email! Just so you know, I have joined this group of crazy people who think they can get more done and make a bigger impact by only checking email twice a week (which is why you’re receiving this autoresponder)… Like you, I get a lot of email, and for my personal sanity and better productivity, I’ve decided to create a schedule to review and respond to emails…I know…I know…imagine that. Here’s how I manage email: My assistant is in my inbox every day. He will read the email and if he can help you, he will respond. If he thinks I’m best to handle this with you, we’ve finally worked out a process for him to flag it so I can reach out to you directly. This means that depending on when you sent your email it could be next week before I’m able to respond accordingly. You are important to me (and us), so I will respond as soon as possible…AND… …If you require immediate assistance, please REPLY to this email and let us know it’s urgent so he can bring it to my attention, or text me directly if you have my cell phone (always a better option for me than email). I look forward to connecting with you, talk soon. With Purpose, Nick Snapp, MBA PMP Productivity Aficionado Inspire Me Solutions, LLC RealAccountable.com The Make it Snappy Productivity Show MakeitSnappyShow.com Please note: to reduce your email clutter and mine, I commit to never sending you a reply message with just “thanks.” If you seek confirmation of receipt, please indicate so in your message. HOLY COW That Was Long Ralph and I took turns sharing our thoughts, so here we go… First, Ralph says this email doesn’t even need to exist. Just because someone sends you an email, doesn’t mean you have to reply immediately. So Nick can wait a few days before answering without needing an intermediary email explaining all those details. Ralph doesn’t think anyone needs all those words, and I agree. Perhaps taking the TL;DR approach can work. Open with a simple, one or two sentence statement that says the most important thing up front: thanks for your email, if I don’t answer you for a few days, don’t panic! Then if someone wants to read about how and why you’re doing that, you can add that later. Next, Ralph thinks that it takes way too long to get to a point in the email where it’s about him as the reader. From a marketing perspective, the email is all about Nick’s process which doesn’t bring the reader in. So start with your reader, and make it less me-centric. Make your reader feel like the most important person in the world. If Nick had led with a simple statement, followed by his reason for doing what he’s doing, and lastly his process, he could have framed it in the context of the reader. In other words, be helpful. Instead of sharing it as “this is what I’m doing”, frame it as “hey, want some ideas that you can try yourself?” That might inspire people to follow your lead and at the same time it will make the email about them. I also think he needs to lose the PS. Too many words, too much information and an extra unnecessary layer of complexity. Stuff Beyond The Email Some of our comments were specifically about the email. Some were more about the process. After receiving the email, Ralph posted in Nick’s Facebook group, telling everyone that we were going to critique the autoresponder. Someone else in the group said he would do a podcast talking about how great it was. The problem is that everyone in the group is a big fan of Nick’s. And sometimes fans see you through fan-colored glasses. They love you. They love what you do. Which means you’d better break out of that bubble if you want some tough love! Make sure you have people around you who will tell you the cold, hard truth. Like us! We’re
040 - Nick Snapp - Productivity tips for hacking corporate Nick Snapp is an entrepreneur who uses project management and continuous improvement methodology in coaching overwhelmed entrepreneurs to remove bottlenecks, save time and increase profitability. He is obsessed about helping entrepreneurs uncover their "game-changer,” the one activity that will deliver the greatest return on invested time both at work and at home. Nick earned a Masters in Mechanical Engineering from Union College and MBA from the University of Florida. He obtained Lean/Six Sigma and Project Management Professional certifications, and worked 14 years in the nuclear and phosphate industries, where he led teams as a capital project manager, responsible for multi-million-dollar projects. Nick leverages his leadership and technical background to provide a unique coaching experience for his clients. He is best known as the atypical-engineer host of The Make it Snappy Productivity Show podcast, and all things “snappy," for that matter. Ian and Nick discuss:- Leaving the corporate world and paying the bills Pivoting and the need to be flexible Being open to change Validating your business Productivity gamification Hacking corporate Remote working Watercooler people .....and Ian was definitely not wearing knickers Show Sponsors:- Far North - Sales, Marketing, Technology Are you looking to enter new markets? Launch a new business, product or service? Maybe introduce a new revenue stream? Far North is an all-encompassing Business Development Consultancy. We aim to fulfil your growth potential by reviewing your existing business strategy or developing a new, bespoke business model.
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