Your personal psychology of success will transform what you achieve
Joanna Pieters explains why your
Vitally Productive Type is essential to lasting achievement
Most time management systems give you their rules to get more done.
But chances are, they won’t ever suit your way of working.
Only Vitally Productive clearly shows you how to use your time and energy
in the way that’s most natural for you.
What makes Vitally Productive different
Old productivity theories tell you that you’re the problem.
But it’s them, not you.
You have everything you need within you to achieve your goals.
But you need to know how to do it.
Vitally Productive uses neuroscience, behavioural theory, studies in willpower and motivation and many years of management experience to give you a profiling test that’s unlike anything else.
Vitally Productive doesn’t tell you what you should do; instead it tells you how to do it
most effectively and authentically.
Discover your Vitally Productive Type.
Why Vitally Productive changes everything
When you’re Vitally Productive, you live your life in a way that’s most natural and least stressful.
That doesn’t mean that everything becomes easy. There’s no growth without stretch and courage. But Vitally Productive shows you the most direct path for maximum impact on your life. If you’re committed to growth, this will transform what you achieve.
Vitally Productive is about you. It’s about your life. It’s about how you set goals, how you develop habits and who you surround yourself with. It’s about how you organise yourself, how you acknowledge yourself, and how you keep yourself motivated when things get tough. It’s about your deep inner dreams as well as your short-term aims. It’s about living with purpose.
Discover your Vitally Productive Type to transform what you achieve.
Take the Vitally Productive Assessment.
About Joanna Pieters
Joanna Pieters created Vitally Productive based on her work running multi-million-dollar businesses combined with research on neuroscience, willpower and motivation and 20 years of helping people get things done. She began her working life as a journalist, becoming editor of an international music magazine at just 26. Fascinated by making things work better, she moved into senior roles at major UK publishing companies, before setting up her own coaching and consultancy company. She is an MBA from Imperial College London and a qualified coach.
Joanna is a regular media commentator and guest blogger, and runs popular public and corporate workshops. Joanna specialises in helping individuals and teams work more effectively by focusing on their energy and understanding their individual working styles.