The 2Hour House is a remarkable example of how we can all learn to turn an impossible to an IS possible with innovation, creative thinking, and break-thru strategies for managing our lives.
With his creativity, realization, and vision of what IS possible, Brian Conaway was able to plan and execute the construction of a 2300 square foot house from the ground up, in an unbelievable 2 hours and 52 minutes -- while exceeding all local building code requirements, and setting a new world record. By using many of the techniques now detailed in 2Hour House, Brian succeed by simply refusing to accept the obvious fact that no one can build a house in a little over two hours.
The 2Hour House is the ultimate event based, project management process – designed to change our understanding and acceptance of existing leadership, teambuilding, management expectation. It shifts the global mindset from ordinary to extraordinary, and inspires us to begin breaking the rules, so we can all break records in our business and personal lives.
Great communication is a collaborative process with clearly defined and expected goals. A group’s success fundamentally depends upon how its individual members work together. Individuals work more effectively and enjoy their work more when they have genuine personal relationships with their colleagues.
Yet, until 2HH, the problem with most communications programs has been the “groupthink” approach ─ teaching theoretical tricks and techniques that will help others “hear” what you are saying. Just like the comedian with a joke that needs to be explained to the audience, a manager that is constantly bothered with the minutia of a particular project has failed to communicate effectively.
The 2 Hour House approach uses practical and powerful principles designed to create real change in whatever you apply them to. It teaches that by sometimes breaking rules we are all capable of achieving our goals and breaking records. With innovation, creative thinking, and break-thru strategies, the 2HH celebrates a shift in the global mindset and demonstrates that, by refusing to accept our perceived business and personal limitations, there is no end to our potential. By challenging ourselves daily to liberate our “entrapped mind” -- which tells us dreams cannot come true, we are all destined for remarkable and unprecedented growth.