How to Be Ridiculously Efficient

Steal Marissa Brassfield's secrets to do more in less time.

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Known as the “goddess of operations” and “master of time management,” productivity expert Marissa Brassfield works with some of the most transformative entrepreneurs, visionaries and innovators across a multitude of industries, helping them become, as she puts it, ridiculously efficient.

Her passion for generating freedom of time through high performance has sparked an impressive resume and skill set; Brassfield co-created and oversees Peter Diamandis’s elite mastermind program Abundance 360 – all from her backyard "shedquarters."

“Manage your performance like a professional athlete; like an elite Olympian,” she says. “And what that means is paying attention to what you do best of all and making it even better.”

In this episode of Project Luminary with Kristen Aldridge, learn how to go from surviving to thriving, in and out of the workplace.

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