EXTRA PRODUCTIVE HOURS PER MONTH
The average number of additional productive hours per month reported by clients after one month of coaching.
HOW MUCH COACHING WAS WORTH
The average dollar value that clients reported when asked "Assuming you got a grant instead of receiving the past month of coaching, how much would you have needed to receive in order for the grant to be preferable?"
PERCENT OF CLIENTS WHO GOT AT LEAST 10 EXTRA PRODUCTIVE HOURS
The percent of clients who reported benefit from the coaching of at least 10 additional productive hours or equivalent benefit (e.g. finding a job).
EXTRA PRODUCTIVE HOURS AFTER COACHING
The average number of additional productive hours reported by clients two to seven months after leaving coaching (an average of 7 hours per month).
Numbers cited from the EA Coaching First Year Impact Report. Click here for the full report.
“As a manager I've always struggled to find a balance between managing others and managing my own projects. Lynette helped me understand the importance of protecting my deep work time, and has given me actionable advice on how to reduce distractions, prioritize tasks, and approach long-term, complex projects with more confidence.”
“The coaching made me think through my routine from A-Z. Lynette's pertinent questions helped to reveal a few blind spots in the process. I now have a much better baseline and conscious grasp of how I (would like to) spend my time; of room for experimentation; of habits I want to maintain and, most importantly, a tested plan to build further upon.”
“The most important way in which coaching has helped me is by training me to think about how to be as productive as possible. I don't waste time because I have tools to help me get started with my work day, get into deep work, face my aversion to certain tasks, use my work hours more efficiently, and address indirect factors to productivity like the quality and length of my sleep.”
“I met with Lynette because I was having trouble responding to emails and other communications in a timely manner. She helped me stop trying to ignore my emails and to just look at how many I had and how I could process them more effectively. This seemed to work such that I am now able to respond to emails much more reliably.”
“I found this coaching caused a transition in my work habits that slightly more than doubled the amount of hours I seriously work each day. It seriously improved my output quality for school in particular.”
“Lynette's coaching dramatically improved my productivity by improving the quality of my deep work time and teaching me a habit-building toolkit which I can apply to new productivity challenges. Her thoughtful feedback and large knowledge-base of the relevant science made coaching sessions enjoyable and information-dense.”
“Coaching with Lynette has been the highest leverage thing I've done for my habit formation and general self-improvement in the last couple of years.”
“Lynette helped me identify behavioral patterns that were harming my productivity and taught me how to breakdown large goals into manageable tasks. She approached our meetings as an unbiased observer, asked insightful questions, offered tools tailored to my needs and situation, and ended each meeting with concrete steps. I enjoyed having an impartial person to talk to about my productivity challenges.”
“Lynette helps me to focus and prioritize, with techniques that I apply every day and that really work! This goes from dealing with uncertainty in career choices, to designing my day to lose less time, to dealing with personal internal conflict, to getting to deep work, to project management skills.”
“I initially tried coaching with Lynette because I like experimenting with different methods of increasing my productivity. I thought this was worth trying, but didn't expect myself to continue afterwards. I'm now continuing coaching with Lynette because I can see concrete improvements in my output as a result of the coaching, and I expect to gain more benefits over the coming sessions. This is an experiment I'm glad I tried.”