It's Your Time to Thrive - a contest! | Engaged Marriage

It’s Your Time to Thrive – a contest!

By Dustin | Time Management

Win free access to Time to Thrive!As you may have heard, we just opened enrollment in an all-new version of Time to Thrive.

Time to Thrive will show you how to get control of your schedule and become more productive.

Now, there are lots of programs, book and seminars out there that will tell you about time management (I’ve been through many of them).

But Time to Thrive is much different – it’s made so that you see RESULTS in all areas of your busy life. After all, it’s not about getting more stuff done, but doing what matters.

When you join, we’ll first get you focused in on one big goal you’ve been dying to accomplish – this is very personal but other graduates have rekindled the romance in their marriage, started a side business to make more money, ran a half marathon, gotten their house organized and many, many other cool things.

Then, through the accomplishment of your goal, I will walk you step-by-step to show you exactly how to get more time and become super-productive.  And you’ll build healthy habits in the process to make sure it sticks.

The program can be completed at your own pace, but most graduates take around 30 days.  So, 30 days from now you could have control over your time and be well on your way to accomplishing a big goal you’ve been craving.

How would it feel to know you’re setting an awesome example for your family by getting rid of stress, getting in control and focusing on what matters most in your blessed life?

I want you to experience it.

How to Win FREE Access to Time to Thrive

Time to Thrive was originally only open to a select test group who helped to perfect the program and make it as simple to follow and impactful as possible.  But we’re now opening it up to the entire Engaged Marriage community.

As part of this relaunch, we’re giving a major discount on enrollment to those who join us before the end of the day on Monday, July 1st.

But I want to make it even easier for you to experience Time to Thrive, so I’m holding a little contest here to give away one free membership.  I’ll announce the winners on Sunday evening.

This is YOUR chance to win and join the next graduating class of family leaders who will enjoy an extra hour of quality time every day and feel energized to do more of what matters.

This will only take a couple of minutes…all you have to do is answer ONE question.

Go check out the details about Time to Thrive by clicking here.  Then, in the comments section of this blog post, tell me…

  • Why you think Time to Thrive can help you and your family and what outcome you want to see at the end of your 30 day experience

That’s it!  And remember, you can start the program whenever you want and progress as you please.

Entries with more specifics have a better chance of winning.

You must enter by Sunday 6/30 at 7:00 p.m. CST.  I’m going to go through every single one of your responses and award a winner late Sunday evening.

If you win, you’ll get:

  • The full Time to Thrive program where I’ll walk you through how to get control of your time, become super-productive and achieve any goal you’d like – so you enjoy at least an extra hour of quality time each day.
  • Exclusive access to the private Thrive Community. This is where you interact with me and other Time to Thrive students (and graduates!). So if you ever felt like you were “going it alone” as a busy Family Leader, now you can meet other like-minded people that “get you.”
  • Bonus #1 – The Thrive “Get Unstuck” Success Guide
  • Bonus #2 – The Thrive Productivity App & Family Leader Resource Guide
  • Lifetime access and updates

I will award one membership.  I’m really excited to read your entry and hear what you have to say about the impact of having more time to do more of what matters in your life…

Good Luck!

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About the Author

Dustin Riechmann created Engaged Marriage to help other married couples live a life they love (especially) when they feel too busy to make it happen. He has many passions, including sharing ways to enjoy an awesome marriage in 15 minutes a day, but his heart belongs with his wife Bethany and their three young kids.

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(15) comments

Mark

My son turned one last month. I spend more time at work than at home. I’d love to turn that around and spend more time with family.

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Brian

I didn’t read all of the time to thrive page, because I… didn’t have time. I’d love to have more time at home with the family. Sufficient family time, running a business, taking care of employees, fixing up the house to sell, church events, school events, looking for another place to buy, etc. etc. make it look pretty near impossible to hatch another hour out of a day, but here’s your challenge! I’d like to be able to dedicate at least 2 hours each week to a family evening, a social evening, and a date night. So far, that’s been pretty difficult to make happen on a regular basis.

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Lori

I hope to stay caught up with school work with the kids. This will lessen my stress and their stress because we will see progress and an end. Managing my time better will help deal with my husband being gone so much.

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Sydney

Creating a more balance time between family life and work would really help me. The stress of trying to do everything for everyone has affected my marriage. I have to recoup a balance.

Best wishes to all. Have a great long weekend!

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Sarah

I want my family to get my best, right after God, rather than my grouchy, nasty leftovers. I still haven’t decided what my big goal should be — getting up earlier to have God time and a shower, finishing several important knitting projects, or using that extra hour to reduce stress at home — but I look forward to q day when my family gets the mom they knew and love rather than the frazzled mom I tend to be.

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With this class I want to be able to have more organization in my life and thus save time for my family and friends and volunteering in the community. My husband and I are part of a mentoring program. We love it. However we would like to be more devoted to it. Thank you!

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Jay

I am the husband of one (a full-time student in dental school) and father of two (a 7 y/o girl who plays piano and violin, and is something short of a musical prodigy, and 5 y/o girl who is autistic, nonverbal, and hyperactive). I work full time as a magazine editor, and since my wife is (naturally) absorbed with surviving dental school, it is incumbent upon me to carry the load. I need to find time to take one child to music lessons, the other to speech and behavioral therapies, all while launching my freelance writing/blogging career. But most importantly, I need to make time for family activities–vacations, church programs, exercise, and so on–that will bring us together even as we pursue our individual goals. I’m undaunted; I’m ready to lead my family into the THRIVE zone! But I need your help. Thanks!

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Gordon L

In this class, I would hope to free up more time to dedicate to side income and more date time with my wife.

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Nicole

I think Time to Thrive is just what we need to help us learn to be a more structured family. My hubby and I have a precious 2yr old, and neither of us are “schedule people.” I am a SAHM and housewife and my husband work from home, so you would think we would have plenty of time to do things together! Yet there are dishes to load, laundry to wash, garbage to take out, baby needs feeding, I have volunteer work and online classes to finish. My poor husband just wants to go fishing with out me crying that he never spends time with me, even though we just watched a movie together last night and he needs alone time. We are very blessed with time, but not diligent with how we use it! Just getting to take the class for 30 days and focus on doing something together would be fantastic, not to mention the benefits after the 30 days!

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Sara

I want to take the class because my husband and I have the same goal: get our 2 yr old son to bed at the same time every night and early enough that he gets enough sleep and we have quality time together as a couple. But we can never seem to accomplish this goal. Then we argue and blame each other and the whole family suffers. If we could accomplish this goal the positive ripple effects would be tremendous.

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JessicaBettridge

While I am loving the video’s and really digging the idea of having an extra hour each day what I really hope to accomplish is feeling like I am in control of my life instead of it controlling me! Some days are ok but most of the time I feel like I have become the worst of myself. I had such dreams of the kind of mother I would be and all the fun things I would do with the kids. Most days I just feel like a monster. Ironically I am a control freak and yet I don’t feel like I have control over the most important things.. like myself – sad! I can see that although this is somewhat focused on “time” it can benefit in so many other ways. I need help!!!

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Jessica McGarry

I can see Time to Thrive as a way for my family to recapture its free time. To be honest, I’m not interested in doing more, or being more structured- I’d like to be able to accomplish the tasks of daily life- working full time, caring for my family and home, exercising and eating right. I’d like to be able to do that minus the stress and overwhelmed feeling that carries with me through the day. I want to laugh and be playful with my children (boys, 5 and 3). To put it simply, I want all the members of my family to be free at some point each day to do something energizing and fulfilling. Living life, not just getting through it.

Thanks for the opportunity,
Jess

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ericab

Thank you for this opportunity. I have ADD and have yet to find a strategy that works for me. Our household stays in a constant state of turmoil and chaos. I always feel overwhelmed and struggle to do the minimum. We are at a critical impasse. I would love not feel to overwhelmed and most of all be able to spend time with my kids. They are growing up so fast and I never seem to be able to just enjoy them. I think THRIVE would help end the overwhelm and empower me take better control over my life. I think Thrive could also help me control my anxiety and finally live in a peaceful environment.

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Cassidy

I have been excited about Time to Thrive since you mentioned it at the Dating Divas marriage teleconference. I am a mother of three young children age 4 and under. I never seem to be able to keep my house in running order, spend important one-on-one time with each one and still have energy left for my husband or myself. I sincerely hope your system will help me weed out my time wasters, prioritize my efforts, and find more time for self and family. Additionally though I currently stay at home with my children full time I am a trained Social Worker and plan on returning to work as a mental health therapist when my children are older, I think that THRIVE would help me to be prepared when I add work to my plate and empower me to help my clients who struggle with prioritizing and organizing their lives.

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Dustin

Wow! Thank you SO much to each of you who shared how you think Time to Thrive will help you and your family. Your comments are fantastic, and it means a lot to me that you’ve shared them here.

Unfortunately, I had to choose just one winner…and it was a very tough decision. But I ended up picking Jessica McGarry – her comment just really struck a chord with me because it’s NOT about doing more but simply doing more of what matters.

Here’s what Jessica had to say:

“I can see Time to Thrive as a way for my family to recapture its free time. To be honest, I’m not interested in doing more, or being more structured- I’d like to be able to accomplish the tasks of daily life- working full time, caring for my family and home, exercising and eating right. I’d like to be able to do that minus the stress and overwhelmed feeling that carries with me through the day. I want to laugh and be playful with my children (boys, 5 and 3). To put it simply, I want all the members of my family to be free at some point each day to do something energizing and fulfilling. Living life, not just getting through it.

Thanks for the opportunity,
Jess”

Congratulations Jess – I’ll be in touch via email. For everyone else, I hope you’ll join us inside Time to Thrive. The 33% Off discount ends TODAY, so be sure to head on over to http://timetothrive.co/join real soon.

Thank you!

Dustin

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