Personal Agility – Do more that matters

News

  • 11-Jul-27 Listen to participants from the first Personal Agility online workshop share their experiences. Thank you to everyone who contributed! Watch below or on Youtube
  • 17-Jun-27 We published two new free tools today. The Stakeholder Interview Canvas and the Celebrate and Choose reminder. Get them under Free Tools
  • 17-Mar-02 The first chapter is available for download! To get free access, join the book club!

 

Do you have too much to do and not enough time to do it? This was my problem, so I set out to uncover better ways of organizing my life.

“Personal Agility” is a simple framework to help you do more of what matters.


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5 Minutes to improve your effectiveness today

2 days  agoHi rashmirani,First, sorry for slow response, I just saw this (we have been making changes to the forum to make it ...
Peter StevensEminent Member

Thank you to our early adopters

2 days  agoThis spring, I held the first online workshop on the Personal Agility System. The bravest adopters are the first ad...
Peter StevensEminent Member
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Chapter 1 - "Why Personal Agility" is ready for download!

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Peter StevensEminent Member

Certification for Personal Agility?

1 month  agoThank you George! Right now, I am mostly thinking about the entry level badge, though I agree, the next levels will...

People are using Personal Agility to beat procrastination, to create a genuine partnership with their spouses, and to take control of their lives!

Personal Agility: Do More That Matters is/will be a book by Peter Stevens and Maria Matarelli and illustrated by Frederic Merizen that will explain how you can do the same! Would you like early access? Join the book club now!

 

Peter Stevens, inventor of Personal Agility
Peter Stevens, creator of Personal Agility
Maria Matarelli, Co-Author
Maria Matarelli Co-Author
Frederic Merizen, Illustrator
Frederic Merizen, Illustrator