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Increase your Productivity Ten Times Over

By Michael Q. Pink

January 23, 2009


Are you working hard, but producing little? Does your day seem to get away from you? Do you have a lot of things working, but very little coming to fruition? I’ve got some great news for you!

Scientists in the Panama Canal planted 35 pairs of young plants in an opening in the rainforest. They covered ½ of them with fine mesh to protect them from pests and checked back in 20 months. The ones protected from pests were growing 10 times faster and were already 5 ½ times bigger than the unprotected plants.

Pests… You know, the things that distract us and keep us from being productive… email, phone messages, coworkers, etc. Time magazine did a study and found that the average worker loses 28% of their time due to interruptions and, in fact, only gets an average of 11 minutes of concentrated work before being interrupted.

What if there was a way to set up a No Pest Zone and keep the pests at bay? If you knew the rainforest strategies for dealing with pests you could create significant blocks of uninterrupted time and accomplish far more than you presently do. In fact, you could increase your productivity by up to ten fold! But you’ve got to think differently and act differently if you’re going to experience a different result.

For that you need knowledge or information which is the rainforest equivalent of water. It’s a scientific fact that a tree given a constant drip of water can grow 13 times faster than one left to the elements alone. Combine good information with great pest control in your life and you will be amazed at what you can accomplish.

Get your copy of Rainforest Strategy now and learn all about the best business model on the planet.

Michael Q. Pink

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