Join Be Social Change (http://besocialchange.com/) on Wednesday, July 9th from 7 PM to 9PM for our Makers Institute class on Time Management: Finding Time To Do What Matters Most with Colette Ellis, Founder of InStep Consulting (http://www.instepconsulting.com/) LLC and Shana Dressler, Director of the Makers Institute. In this class, you will discover how to reclaim control over your schedule to spend more time on what matters most.
Your TIME is your greatest asset. It's the one thing you can't get back – once it's spent, it's gone!
Tired of feeling stressed out about tasks that stay on your to-do list forever, even though you keep promising you'll "get to them?" Want to stop criticizing yourself about all of the things you “should have” achieved by now?
Believe it or not, you can change your habits and develop a new mindset about managing your time that will allow you to focus on what's most important to you!
Purchase your ticket here: http://bit.ly/TimeMngmt79 (https://www.google.com/url?q=http://bit.ly/TimeMngmt79&usd=2&usg=ALhdy2-Zcc1zQyngMch1Io4tQt5qejNRmg)
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
• How to eliminate clutter and distractions so you can achieve your goals faster and plan your schedule with your goals in mind
• How to find out what’s at the source of your indecision so you can reduce anxiety, make decisions faster, and stop procrastinating.
• How to keep track and organize of all sorts of things related to home life, personal finances and taxes.
• How to reveal your true purpose so you can refocus your attention on what’s most important and renew your enthusiasm for your social venture, project or life in general!
WHO THIS CLASS IS FOR
Colette Ellis (@Coach_Colette (http://twitter.com/Coach_Colette)) is an author, coach and public speaker on mindfulness, motivation, and workplace stress. Her book Focus on Your Vision helps readers clarify priorities and optimize their work-life balance. As founder of InStep Consulting (http://www.instepconsulting.com/), she has traveled the globe facilitating personal growth and professional training for leaders from countries including Australia, Botswana, Bulgaria, Chile, Lithuania, Mexico, Poland, and Vietnam. Clients transform their lives and realize results faster via her insightful coaching and interactive seminars on stress management, leadership development, and team building. In April 2013, she planned and executed the second Lean Startup Machine startup competition in Sydney, Australia at which 50 would-be entrepreneurs were taught how to identify the key risks in launching and scaling their startup venture. Colette is a certified instructor of 7 Habits of Highly Effective People®, FOCUS: Achieving Your Highest Priorities, and Coping with Work & Family Stress™, a research-based curriculum developed at Yale University School of Medicine. You can follow her at @Coach_Colette (http://twitter.com/Coach_Colette) and her company at @InStepConsults (http://twitter.com/InStepConsults).
Learn about her current work here (http://competent-advantage.blogspot.com/) and her find out more about her background here (http://www.linkedin.com/in/coletteellis).
Shana Dressler (@shanadressler (http://twitter.com/shanadressler)) is the Director of the Makers Institute, Be Social Change's (http://besocialchange.com/) social good business school. In this role she is responsible for designing curricula and programming for 21st century entrepreneurial problem-solvers and creatives tackling the most pressing social and environmental challenges of our time. In 2011 Shana founded the Social Innovators Collective (http://www.socialinnovatorscollective.org/) with a mission to train and nurture the next wave of social change leaders so they can demonstrate measurable impact and achieve financial sustainability. She is an Aspen Institute Scholar, a member of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, and a judge for The Webby Awards. Shana is an internationally exhibited photographer, loves all things chocolate, and makes her way around New York on a midnight blue Vespa. You can follow her @shanadressler (http://twitter.com/shanadressler) and @sic_org (http://twitter.com/sic_org).
Learn more about Shana’s current work here (http://www.socialgoodguides.com/) and her find out more about her background here (http://www.linkedin.com/in/shanadressler).
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