NOTE: THIS IS A CANTONESE PRESENTATION.
Ways to Wealth, Principles of Success - Session 2: Shorten your time to succeed
For those who came to Mr. Eddie Hui's session a few weeks ago, we hope that you enjoyed the sharing and insight that Mr. Hui shared, and that you were able to apply the lessons to your life. We learned how to do more with less - how to make the most of our resources, which are especially scarce as an SME.
How can we shorten our time to achieve success? As an SME owner, we rarely have enough time to manage our day to day operations, let alone plan our long term goals and missions to achieving success. As Mr. Hui showed us last time, every person has the same 24 hours a day - no one can buy more time, no matter how rich you are. The only way to fit in more things into our busy schedule is to shorten our time to achieving success.
Mr. Eddie Hui will dive into different case studies among celebrities, both international and local, and also share how he attained success in his life by shortening his time to success. Mr. Hui has helped many IT vendors start up offices in Asia and author of a book on Future ICT Best Practices, and will share how he achieved all this by making the most of his time. This is particularly relevant to SMEs in Hong Kong, when more work for each person means a necessity for better time management.
About Eddie Hui:
Eddie Hui is the author of e-book “25, 50, 75 Past, Present, Future ICT Pro Sales Best Practices”. Eddie has over 28 year working experience in sales, business development and general management for companies including Hewlett-Packard, EMC, Sun Microsystems, StorageTek, Getronics, hubwoo and Emailvision. He had helped many IT vendors start up offices in Asia since 1997.
When: Tuesday, 7 May 2013, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Where: Unit 2102, 148 Electric Road, Tin Hau, Hong Kong
This project is co-organised by SME Creativity Center, EntrepreneurHK.Org and funded by the SME Development Fund of the Trade and Industry Department, HKSAR Government.
Funded by SME Development Fund「中小企業發展支援基金」撥款資助
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