Welcome to Task Axe, where we help you “chop through your to-do’s”. Learn how to take back control of your time and focus on what’s important to you.
Abraham Lincoln, who served as sixteenth president of the United States, once famously said, “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe”. #sharpenyouraxe
In other words, if he could prepare by sharpening his axe, he would be more effective at chopping down the tree.
Of course, Lincoln was using the tree and his axe as metaphors… and it probably made more sense back then, when people chopped down trees with axes! Still, we love the message. In order to make the most of any opportunity (to get timber), you need to be prepared (sharpen your axe).
Thanks Lincoln. We could not have said that better, so we stole his metaphor! Task Axe was created to help you be more effective in what you do and prepare you for your next big thing. Learn to be more productive, make time for what matters and most of all, learn about you.
Danny Hile started Task Axe
Danny Hile is the founder of Task Axe and author of, “Time to Start Your Next Big Thing”. He delivers workshops and has designed courses on time management, goal setting, business productivity and work life balance. Task Axe is a collection of those and other resources to help you kick ass at work.
Danny has achieved his Master of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Commerce. He has experience teaching entrepreneurs, managers, executives, assistants and students how to be more effective, in work and life.
"Danny did a great job balancing stories of personal experience and setting actionable tasks to give even the most unorganized person an easy to follow step by step time management system."
-Peter Brown, Body Transformation Specialist
“A very thoughtful coverage of achievement in life… This is not a large volume. It provides the challenges, details the mechanism and typical decisions one encounters.”
-David Pankhurst, The Book Connection
“Danny’s book is highly actionable and very straight forward… with some of the challenges I have experienced over the last couple of years, it’s brought to my attention the ever-increasing need for me to master my minutes. And so, I know for myself, I need to read this book over and over and over.”
-Nathan Shooter, Owner, Thrive Media