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We help knowledge workers work.

Remarkable and necessary. I’ll be referring everyone I know.

 

- Morghan Milagrosa, COO, Chinn Gyn

WHY WE'RE HERE

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My name's Paul Shirley. I played professional basketball for a decade, including three stops in the NBA.

When my career was done, I moved on to writing books. That's when it dawned on me that knowledge workers are just like basketball players. Both need regular periods of intense focus if they want to achieve big, long-term goals.

 

I started The Process to help knowledge workers build the systems that make them more effective at their jobs and happier in their lives.

Work has changed. I think we need to treat knowledge workers more like basketball players and less like bricklayers.

THE PROBLEM

Knowledge workers make up a growing portion of the workforce.

 

They're inundated with calls, emails, and meetings. They're drinking from an informational firehose.

 

They're overwhelmed, burned out, and underperforming.

THE SOLUTION

Our training methods help knowledge workers defeat distraction, build better habits, and re-learn how to work deeply.

This training happens in-person at our headquarters in Denver and virtually with individuals and business teams.

THE RESULT

Knowledge workers are able to do more in less time.


They feel better about their jobs.

And they win out over their competition.

WHAT WE DO

Our headquarters is in Denver. We run a workspace where we host timed sessions to help knowledge workers find structure, accountability, and community.

We also work with business teams and individuals in modules designed to help  knowledge workers build effective systems. 

TESTIMONIALS

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"Our module with The Process exceeded my expectations in several directions."

 

- Ole Eichhorn, CTO

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THE PROCESS IS THE PRODUCT
by Paul Shirley

Featuring plenty of humor, humility, and outside sources, this is a book designed to equip readers with the tools to break big projects into small tasks while learning to love the work along the way.

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