How To Find 10 Hours Each Week
Recently my friend and colleague Demi Karpouzos, strategic money and business coach invited me to share some of my best time management strategies with her community.
So I dusted off and updated one of my favorite talks:
How to Find 10 Hours (or More) Each Week – Without More Work
We had a great time! Demi has generously shared the audio with me and so I am passing it along to each of you. Click here to download this 35 minute teleclass.
During this call you will learn:
- Clear steps for how to create more time and energy every day
• A critical mindset shift necessary to fully own your time
• Specific rituals necessary for you to keep your systems in place
What you would do with 10 more hours each week?
- Spend more time with your friends and family?
- Make more money in your business?
- Finally get to your favorite hobbies?
The possibilities are endless…
With life moving so fast it can be hard to slow down long enough to see that there IS a way of living life that leaves you with more freedom and focus – without sacrificing all that you want to accomplish.
Are You Ready To Upgrade Your Time Management and Task Systems?
If you are ready to put ALL the pieces together of your time and task management system I encourage you to check out my digital workbook on Amazon.com called True For You Time Management. It walks you through the process of building a time and task system that really and truly works for you. Check it out.
If you’d prefer to have immediate feedback as you build your system click below to learn about my productivity coaching programs.
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