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The Top Productivity Coaches

An individual who examines your working habits and then, provides you with significant help in improving your work productivity. If you are someone who thinks that they are not able to work with complete potential, you can try consulting a productivity coach. 

Whether you are a business owner, artist, singer, actor, teacher, or student, a productivity coach can help you in increasing your productivity significantly.  

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The average length of a productivity coaching program is about 7 to 8 years until the client feels satisfied with their productivity level.

Each productivity coach with their custom style trying to help their clients gain success in all forms, and asked them what’s unique about their coaching and what has endorsed their massive success.

Do you think you or a coach that you know deserves to be featured as a top productivity coach? If yes, then fill out this form and we will consider your application and get in touch with you for the next steps.

Clare Evans

Clare Evans is a coach, speaker, trainer, writer and author of Time Management For Dummies and Working Through Cancer, and is regularly featured in business and national media. Following a background in IT and project management, Clare now shares her knowledge and skills with others needing to plan, organise and manage their business and personal lives, while finding time for her own interests in the outdoors.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I offer a practical, solution-based approach to busy, time stressed businesses and professionals. How you use your time and energy affects all aspects of your life, it’s not just about ‘getting more done’. Everyone is different and I help find and adapt the methodologies, solutions and strategies that work best for the way you work. Using worksheets, checklists and simple tools to help the disorganised become organised. Helping them realise it’s easier than they thought to build good time habits, to achieve more of what they want, and that they’re not alone with their challenges.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

Being an empathetic and supportive listener and a skill for asking just the right question at the right time to uncover what’s really going on at a deeper level, beyond the obvious symptoms.

Being able to help break things down into simple, achievable steps and build confidence along with skills. 

Having a keen interest in continuous personal development and life-long learning both for myself and others, wherever you are in life. The joy of making a difference to the people I work with and their little ‘ah-ha’ moments.

Patrick Farley

Patrick Farley has been a generalist his whole life and wants to help other generalists excel at everything they do. His education is in physics, his job is in big tech, his passions are writing and digital art, and he balances physical fitness, finance/trading, and travel on top of that, plus whatever else is catching his interest.

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He’s the creator of True Generalist, a blog and collection of digital resources that help generalists be their best selves. In 2022, Patrick became a certified life coach (CLC) to help his fellow generalists more directly.

What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I coach generalists – people who take genuine interest in a wide variety of subjects, as opposed to specialists. Generalists are an invisible demographic that faces unique challenges, like being unsure which passions to follow, struggling to find time for everything, and needing a bit of extra organization and structure day-to-day. Often they think something’s wrong with them when they struggle to perform as specialists. My coaching draws on my personal experience as an ambitious generalist, combined with my accredited training, to give my clients exactly what they need to be the very best versions of themselves.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

I’m glad for all the time I’ve spent reading philosophy, psychology, and history. Most of it wasn’t for any particular purpose at the time, but now it’s helping me a lot. A good coach needs to be open-minded, capable of understanding and relating to people with different backgrounds, talents, obstacles, and goals. A good coach should also be familiar with popular ideas and how they shape a person’s life, because coaching often involves illuminating and even changing some of the client’s views of the world or of themselves. 

Grace Marshall

I coach, train, write and speak on productivity. I help people adopt new ways of working and thinking about their work to replace stress, overwhelm and frustration with success, sanity and satisfaction. I’m naturally disorganised. My passion for productivity began when I got fed up of saying “I haven’t got enough time.” Impatience is what drove me to get good at getting things done.

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I wasn’t willing to put life on hold so I juggle my business, family, community and social life on a daily basis – and not necessarily in that order. Now I absolutely love helping people live the life they want in the time that they have.

Ellen Faye

My high standards for excellence, ability to connect and inspire, an innate sense for business, productivity and leadership have been the constants of my career.
My first job out of college was with Stouffer Hotels. Within 6 months I was promoted from an entry level manager to a role where I led a department of 80 people.

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Only now, looking back, do I understand that it was my ability to develop and implement systems, inspire and empower my team, and produce strong financial results that allowed this to happen. The secret . . . My teams could focus on delivering knock your-socks-off service, because effective systems were in place. They had everything they needed to do the routine parts of their jobs. Their energy was focused on serving the guest.

Stoyan Yankov

If I were to meet my 16-year-old self today, he probably wouldn’t believe the course my life has taken. He might not even know what being a Productivity & Performance Coach and a Global Keynote Speaker is! (Some of you might not know even now). I grew up in a small town in Bulgaria (Sliven), studying in a high school of math, driven to become a professional in the financial industry.

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I moved to another city (Varna) to do my bachelor’s degree in finance. Never would I have imagined the journey that was ahead of me.

James Stuber

I want to build a massive capacity for making things happen. And I want to help you do the same. I am obsessed with boring fundamentals
Sleeping 8 hours a night. Putting in the reps. Laying the bricks. I love the boring, unsexy work because the most useful skills are gained only through consistency and practice. I am obsessed with building systems Workflows and rituals run my life.

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Getting Things Done handles my task management. Building A Second Brain handles my information processing. Systems let us extend the number of operations which we can perform without thinking about them.

Morgan Crozier

As a young lad, I was (and still am) a die-hard musician. I even skipped along, bright eyed and bushy tailed, off to college to study trumpet performance. It didn’t take long to realize I was down the path towards being a professional starving musician, so I tried to get a ‘real job’ – but there were no opportunities in SmallTown, Texas.

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I applied everywhere: Wal-Mart, Olive Garden, factories, and other chains. But everyone was full up and nobody was hiring.


There you have it, you’ve just read about the industry’s top productivity coaches.

What has been your biggest takeaway from this?

Let me know in the comment section below.

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