Do you frequently sense that you have more work than you can handle and feel really frustrated? Does it seem like the work is so overwhelming that you could never get it all done? Do you then procrastinate and make things worse?
You can get more done without excessive stress by completing the Is There Too Much on Your Plate? program.
It is common to be deluged with digital data overload, face seemingly impossible size projects, and work in an environment of near constant chaos. Technology continues to advance, creating mountains of information for you to process.
This program will give you proven planning techniques that generate reasonable priorities, create an operating framework that minimizes distractions, and organize your technology to work for you. Procrastination, listening, and interruptions will be addressed.
By the end of this program participants will be able to:
• Cite how to minimize distractions.
• Describe their top three daily priorities.
• Explain the five steps to overcoming procrastination.
• State what their listening strengths are.
• Identify the primary components of an effective action plan.
Speaker(s): Greg Enos, who has helped thousands of working professionals, increase their personal productivity over the past four decades. You will get proven solutions that will improve your personal and professional life.
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