"Mega-Taskers" Meet to Plan for a Future of Even More Tasks

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Time Blocking Virtual Summit Launches on March 5th

The Time Blocking Virtual Summit will run from March 5-7, 2020 and is expected to attract the busiest mega-taskers: people who push themselves to manage hundreds and even thousands of tasks per year. They are gathering to learn more about techniques like time blocking – the use of a calendar as a control center to manage all their tasks, instead of a to-do list.

This free online conference will feature a top class set of speakers who have been invited by host Francis Wade of ScheduleU to share their best advice. The lineup includes Time Campos, CEO of Woven Software, Mike Vardy from the Productivityist Podcast, Ray Sidney-Smith of Productivity Book Group and Geoff Woods of The One Thing company.

But they’ll be doing more than just giving speeches. Participants will also have a chance to meet speakers within the safe confines of an online community called Mighty-Taskers. This group has been around for a year and opens its doors to summiteers who will enjoy the benefits of full membership.

During the event, attendees will enjoy live Q&A’s with speakers, opportunities to interact with each other in a virtual conference hall and play learning games in a unique interactive room.

Francis Wade, host of the summit explains: “We know that learning takes place when people are engaged in doing more than sitting back to listen. We are using the best technologies available to help people leave with more than ideas; we want to give them a chance to see demonstrations, participate in discussions, make decisions in games and even teach each other. In other words, we are applying the best learning research in this event to make it impactful and fun!”

He adds “Everyone who attends will be invited to continue as free members of the Mighty-Taskers Community indefinitely, so this event is just a start of their journey in time blocking. In the past five years, several startups have brought AI and the cloud to this space and as even newer technologies emerge, we plan to help our audience stay ahead of the curve so they can manage even more tasks.”

Registration for the event is free. Attendees will also receive substantial discounts on training materials, coaching and other services and may also purchase lifetime access to summit content.

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