EP 92: The Power Principles of Time Mastery with Walt Hampton, J.D.

David Jenyns
David Jenyns

Podcast Episode #92

We are taught to work harder, longer and faster, in order to achieve most with the time we have. The system reveals the main principles behind time mastery, which will help you to become a master of yourself and how you show up in time in the long run.

Today’s Guest, Walt Hampton, J.D.

Walt is a career and success coach.

Ivy-educated as a trial attorney, he is a high altitude mountaineer, adventure photographer, blue water sailor, and ultra-distance runner. His book, Journeys on the Edge: Living a Life That Matters, an Amazon best-seller, was named a Top 10 Non-Fiction Book in 2013; and was a two-time winner of the North American Book Awards.

He is also the author of The Power Principles of Time Mastery: Do Less Make More, Have Fun.

President of Summit Success and founder of the Positive Leadership Academy, Walt is a leading authority on the application of positive psychology to career and job success, business development and goal achievement. He is a dynamic motivational speaker, driven entrepreneur, sought-after leadership
trainer and skilled professional coach.

Walt is also President & Chief Operating Officer of Book Yourself Solid® Worldwide. Book Yourself Solid® is the original business building system founded by Michael Port in 2003; and is the fastest, easiest and most reliable system for getting more clients and customers than you can handle, even if you hate marketing and selling.
Walt’s mission: to help others have great lives; to rediscover their passions; to live their dreams. For more than 25 years he has counselled and advocated for business leaders and individuals through countless transitions, difficult, challenging and rewarding.

He teaches leadership, goal achievement and lifestyle design.

Walt and his wife, the executive coach and writer, Ann Sheybani, reside in Canton, Connecticut and Castletwonshend, Co. Cork, Ireland.

Website: walthampton.com

Master Your Time

Step 1: Do Less.

Step 2: Make “No” your default answer.

Step 3: Have a plan.

Step 4: Use Power Tools.

Step 5: Have a rest.

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