about-feature

Tim and I weren’t always productive.

6 years ago, I was working two professional jobs, raising a toddler, building a house and juggling a mountain of volunteer work. And I was stressed!

Too many balls were in the air at the same time. I kept to-do’s in my head and my mind was disorganised and chaotic. I remember waking at 2 am with profound thoughts like; “Remember to refill the toner cartridge before it runs out.” Deep stuff! It was obvious that I had a problem.

Now meet Tim.

Tim was leading a statewide IT project, travelling regularly, raising a toddler and running a disability association in his spare time. He was overloaded with emails and his inbox was out of control. Living in his phone, he would regularly miss actions or lose attachments. Even when Tim was not at work, his mind was stuck at work. Like me, he needed a different way.

Then we got smart.

Independently from each other, we both began to ask the right questions. We devoured dozens of productivity books. Subscribed to relevant blogs. Ran literature reviews. Found a time management coach and started an executive business book club. Bit by bit, through shifting workplace habits, we found that things started to change.

Building on our diverse professional backgrounds, we now help others to do the same.

DANIEL SIH

Daniel has over 10 years experience working in senior leadership roles across Australia and the UK. He is a qualified Physiotherapist and Project Manager who previously led a large physiotherapy health service in Tasmania.

He also has extensive training experience through his previous role as the State Director of Forge, a faith-based leadership training organisation providing accredited internships, coaching and conference management.

Daniel has 3 children, 12 chickens and is a founding director of Spacemakers.

TIM HYNES

Tim has over 10 years experience working in senior e-Health leadership roles across Australia. He is a qualified Health Information Manager who has led the rollout of numerous state-wide projects. This includes the establishment and implementation of a national e-Health program worth $9 million.

He is also the President of MND Tasmania and Vice President of MND Australia (Motor Neurone Disease).

Tim has 2 children, 2 rabbits and is a founding director of Spacemakers.