TIME RECOVERY GUIDE:

8 Practical Steps to work smarter and get stuff done

Learn how to take back an average of 5 hours in your working week and increase your productivity.

YOU WILL LEARN

AVOID DISTRACTIONS 

I will show you how to get back in control of your time and avoid time sucking distractions.

GET THINGS DONE

You'll discover the simple tools and strategies I use get stuff done, minimise distractions and feel in control of my day.

GAIN BACK TIME

When you start recovering your lost time, you’ll have more time and energy to do fun stuff, and spend time with your loved ones.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

Who would’ve thought just 15 mins would be all the time I’d need to transform my day.
Philip Loft, The Gentle Osteopath

I am more efficient, I feel like I am accomplishing more. I have a much better system, I have more time for myself, and my work day is more organised. I was sceptical to begin with, but it is THE best professional development I have done in a long, long time.

Paula Westhead, Emerge Women & Children’s Support Network

Take 15 continues to be the rock that keeps me focused. It’s indispensable.
Rob Frankiewicz, Left of the Dial

Take 15 is my bible, it’s my favourite new tool.
Justin O’Donnell, Print Express

ABOUT HELEN EBDON

I have been where you are right now.

Looking back on two decades of starting, growing, and selling businesses, I wish someone had shown me how to pause, take an in-depth look at my overall strategy, my working practices and guide me to do that with confidence. I wish someone had shown me how to manage my workload so I didn’t feel constantly overwhelmed.

Now, I work with business owners, just like you, to manage your energy, and tackle your workload, so you don’t feel overwhelmed or out of control.

I do this by delivering my Take15 life-changing program. I show people how to master personal accountability, making them more productive by utilising the latest research in applied brain science.

Ultimately, I inspire people to fall in love with their work again and start feeling good about the way they live.