What if you had an extra 30 minutes a day for yourself? To meditate, walk, paint, write…
Secrets of a More Productive Day workshop will take place on August 13th from 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM at the Manhattan Beach Library, 1320 Highland Avenue in Manhattan Beach.
The tuition is $149 ($129 before July 13th). Group rates are also available.
To register for the Secrets of a More Productive Day workshop, visit: www.ExcellentAffordableTraining.com
Most people dream of having extra time for themselves, but the harsh reality for most working professionals is a 50+ hour workweek plus time to “catch up on email” after dinner and on the weekends.
Who hasn’t said, “I’ll just check email real quick…” after tucking the kids into bed, only to spend hours fixing another office emergency?
Executive coach and international speaker, Jason Womack promises light at the end of that tunnel. He and Jodi, his wife and business partner, are hosting their Secrets To A More Productive Day workshop on August 13th in Manhattan Beach, California. This workshop is a rare opportunity for the general public to attend as it’s almost exclusively offered within corporate settings.
The Secrets of a More Productive Day workshop is based on decades of practical research from their books, Get Momentum (Wiley, 2016) and Your Best Just Got Better (Wiley, 2012). This workshop teaches principles of leadership, tips to be more productive using the technology you already have, and effective ways to apply “micro-learning” to improve as a knowledge worker.
With the 30 minutes or more that you gain each day, you’ll be able to think and maybe even get ahead on your most important things.
Jodi Womack, M.A., produces events that people love attending. These are not typical corporate trainings; she creates vibrant, engaging experiences that help people with super practical and tactical ways to improve their work lives, so they can thrive in their personal lives. If you’ve never taken a time-management or productivity workshop, make sure you check this out. You’ll gain 30 minutes a day, and you’ll never go back to the old ways of doing things.
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