Done. 13th December, 2019 | A day of productivity for busy people

Getting it Done

Friday, 13th DECEMBER, 2019 // 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM AEST

Done

Done is a new event series for getting the shit done that matters most. Those important tasks that we just don't get to. It's a chance to remove yourself from the distractions of the office or day-to-day duties to work on a key focus.

Why is this important?

We spend a lot of time being busy, but not nearly enough of that time is focussed on completing the most important activities that will have the biggest impact. We tend to focus on the most urgent tasks, but leave the most important but less urgent tasks for another day. Many of us hide behind "being busy" while avoiding the true "hard work".

 

Imagine a day spent 100% focused on getting your priorities done with zero distractions.

With music scientifically engineered for concentration, and a facilitator to teach you science-based productivity techniques and to hold you accountable.

About your facilitator

Aaron is a startup founder, startup community leader, innovation strategist, public speaker and facilitator.

As an entrepreneur, Aaron has founded and exited several technology businesses, for which he was named the Australian Entrepreneur Of The Year by the Pearcey Foundation in 2016. As a startup community leader, Aaron has founded a startup hub on the Gold Coast, served as an Entrepreneur In Residence and designed multiple accelerator programs, as well as organising and leading 17 international missions to Silicon Valley, Boulder, Seattle, London, Berlin and Israel. He’s a member of the Queensland Startup Working Group and previously a board member of StartupAUS.

As an innovation strategist, Aaron has worked with hundreds of high growth technology companies and consults to multinational giants like Google, YouTube & Novartis on innovation, culture and performance.

As a facilitator, Aaron has delivered 60+ hackathons around Australia and has delivered hundreds of keynotes, workshops, and panel events to several thousand participants at events around the world.

How it works:

A facilitator works with the group to hold you accountable. There's music for concentration & speficially chosen food for fuel.

Each participant brings their own "To Do" list for the day and works through them in a series of sprints. Perhaps for you it's building a new prototype or website, starting a new marketing campaign, booking yourself in to speak at events or on podcasts, designing new sales collateral, completing a grant application, or hitting a sales target. Perhaps you want to sort your life admin, or use the day to make big decisions. You can use it however you want.

As well as work sprints, you also have the option to use the power of the group to have short sessions for some brainstorming and co-creation for anyone that would like some fresh perspectives, new ideas, and new connections.

The schedule for the day:

0815Arrive
0830Welcome & training
0915Work Cycle #1 (3x short pomodoro sprints)
1045‐ Morning tea ‐
1100Work Cycle #2 (2x long pomodoro sprints)
1300‐ Lunch (working lunch) ‐
1330Work Cycle #3 (2x long pomodoro sprints)
1500‐ Afternoon tea ‐
1530Work Cycle #4 (3x short pomodoro sprints)
1700Wrap-up
1730Finish

About the Startup Precinct

Located in the heart of Noosa's CBD, the Startup Precinct is a dedicated space to foster the next generation of startups as well as supporting innovation and scale for high growth businesses.

Get Directions to the Startup Precinct, 24 Lanyana Way, Noosa Heads

Phone

(07) 5406 1287

Address

24 Lanyana Way
NOOSA HEADS, QLD 4567