WHAT WE DO
We train improved human performance and meaningful productivity with an emphasis on developing focus, concentration, and self-motivation.
WHO WE'rE FOR
Our members are freelancers and creatives looking for structure, accountability, and community.
HOW TO THINK ABOUT US
We're the Peloton of productivity and human performance. But instead of riding stationary bikes with like-minded people, you'll be working on your ability to focus, your connection to your long-term values, and your capacity for deep work...with like-minded people.
HOW THE PROCESS WORKS
We offer our members three important things:
We accomplish these three things in three ways:
Deep Work Sessions
In each hourlong Deep Work Session, you'll set a goal for the 50-minute work period. When time is up, you'll log your outcome. Then, you'll chat with fellow members about how it went in a conversation facilitated by one of our trained Productivity Guides.
Deep Work Sessions happen 10 times every day inside our private Discord server.
Our Roundtables are in-depth videoconferences hosted by our Performance Trainers. On Mondays, those trainers help attendees plan out the week ahead. On Wednesday, the focus is on "the big picture," with each month having a theme. And on Fridays, we talk about the week that was and how next week will be 3% better.
Roundtables go down on Zoom.
Spotlights + Cohort Check-ins
Every Monday and Friday, you'll receive our quick-hitting Spotlight check-in, designed with the help of neuropsychologist Katie Levisay. Spotlights are designed to bring awareness to your state of being so you can make tangible changes based on your results.
Additionally, you'll receive a weekly email from your Cohort Captain--a checkup on how you're doing with your longterm goals.
Spotlights and Cohort Check-ins are done using email.
When you join The Process, you'll join a community of people like you--people who sometimes succeed and sometimes fail, but who'll always support each other along the way.
We can't wait to meet you.
"Before I found The Process, I spent a tremendous amount of effort wasting time."