The Technology of Name, Want and Get Your Product

All Products


In this class you will learn:

  • The key phrase for any executive.
  • What to do if production is not occurring.
  • The first thing to do if someone does not seem to be able to do their job.
  • The importance of precisely naming the product you want.
  • The question to ask yourself when no real or valuable production is occurring.
  • The actual technology of getting a product.


In comparing the performance of two different executives, you may find that one is a powerhouse who is always able to get his team to move mountains and get things done on time, while the other seems to be constantly surrounded by turmoil and be a poster boy for inefficiency, waste and missed deadlines.

Why are they different?

While there could be many other factors, one of them certainly boils down to the ability to NAME, WANT, and GET a product.

If that sounds too simple, it’s because there actually IS a technology – real management know-how – for each step of the above phrase.

And you either know it or you don’t.

A good executive knows each of these three elements – and uses them so smoothly you might not even notice it.

A bad executive hasn’t got a clue – and there’s so much chaos and “busyness” going on that all you know for sure is that someone doesn’t know what they are doing.

  1. Ron Hubbard researched the fundamentals of life, groups, and work, and in this class, you will learn one of his most basic discoveries underlying all production.

Successful executives all over the world use this technology every day to better their production and their lives.

Becoming more competent as an executive and developing your skills to get more done is not as hard as you think.

Study this class and learn the data well.

You can do this class as often as you’d like, to continue to increase your application and competence as an executive.