We live in a time where distraction and overload are the norm. Mental space is at more of a premium than ever.
The Mind Redesign is here to help you reclaim that space. We’re not productivity or time management consultants.
All too often, time management and productivity techniques fail to consider the person’s life as a whole. Instead, The Mind Redesign’s coaching uses a holistic approach to elevate your performance.
So if you want to:
Take control of your schedule
Quiet your “mental chatter”
Reduce information overload
Recover your free time
Find time to pursue your goals
Our system is designed to work with you, step-by-step, to take you from where you are now to where you want to be. We’re driven by getting you results—only proven, research-backed strategies make it into our program. No matter your goals, we’re here to help you achieve them.
I’m Micah McGuire, founder and program strategist of The Mind Redesign.
I haven’t always been interested in productivity. In school, I thought I had things figured out. I was a National Merit Scholar and an Auburn Elite Scholar. I graduated Summa Cum Laude as a University Honors Scholar majoring in microbiology. My honor society voted me “most studious.”
I just didn’t realize how much my performance was costing me. I spent my life buried in textbooks. I didn’t have time for anything else. And my stress levels were through the roof.
After eight months of fighting to make progress on my work and life goals, I started looking for answers on how to get more done.
Since learning to optimize my mental performance, I’ve successfully balanced working as a communications director and health coach, starting my own business, acting as co-president of my local writer’s guild and writing 1,000 to 1,500 words a week on nonfiction and fiction projects.
I can teach you how to achieve top mental performance while maintaining your peace of mind. Cut through the noise of the million “productivity hacks” out there and make real lasting changes with coaching customized to your needs and goals. After all, to quote Kafka: