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Five Fundamentals to Master Your Time by Ash Taylor
Five fundamentals to master your time We all have the same resource available to us – time. How you choose to use that resource is what creates your definition of success. Today’s fast paced world is one of instant gratification and constant distractions. How do you define what’s important and focus on the activities that move us to where we want to be? Personal productivity is a skill you can master, even if you’re disorganised and is essential to achieve the success you desire. What you will learn: · Simple techniques for managing your diary and your life · Why goal setting doesn’t work and how to change that · How to deal with distractions and interruptions · Why multi-tasking is a big myth · The ONE thing you can do to ensure you achieve more, doing less Ash Taylor Ash Taylor is an award-winning entrepreneur, founder of five businesses, gym goer, golf nut, football fan, and “the best dad in the world” according to fifteen-year-old Josie. Ash is a business coach and consultant with a personable yet no fluff approach to getting the most out of his clients. Ash is a former Professional Tennis Coach with 33,000 hours of coaching experience who uses the lessons learned through his sporting career to transform the businesses he works with and the lives of the owners who run them. Ash has been consulting for over twelve years and has successfully worked with hundreds of businesses to improve productivity and profits. He strongly believes that business owners can have a business that works for them without them always being there. Like others, Ash has had his setbacks and is as candid about his failures as well as his successes. It’s the skills he learned as an athlete that have seen him through the losses in his life and business. His speaking career started in front of assemblies of primary school children and has progressed to international stages, business clubs, large scale entrepreneurial events, and more recently as a judge for London based Express Speakers Club and winning the 2017 Corporate Speaking Challenge.

The Bolton in Earls Court

326 Earl's Court Road, Kensington SW5 9BQ · London


What we're about

Public Group

Welcome to Interesting Talks London. Interesting Talks has been going for 7 years and is the largest Personal Development Meetup group in the World. We are also one of the highest rated groups in the UK.

Interesting Talks is a weekly Meetup that takes place in Earl's Court. Each event we have a featured speaker who gives a 90 minute presentation on a specific topic. The events are held in a pub so it is fun and social. All the talks are presented from professional speakers and are practical.

All the events are professionally managed, well attended and filled with amazing people. At every event, 90% of the people come on their own. We welcome anyone who wants to come along to learn some amazing stuff and also to meet new people.

This is a very friendly and welcoming group and we look forward to seeing you at future events.

5 reasons why you should join Interesting Talks;

1. Meet amazing new people with a passion for learning

2. Get to hear some of the best speakers from around the world in an intimate setting

3. Learn about a range of subjects

4. All events are expertly organised

5. It is AMAZING value for money

Here are some reasons why you might not attend;

1) You don't want to come on your own.

Over 90% of the people who attend Interesting Talks come on their own and are looking to meet new people. This is as much a place to meet people as it is to hear great talks.

I will ensure that from as soon as you arrive you will feel welcome. I set people topics to actually talk about before the speaker comes on too. Let me break the awkward silence for you!

2) You don't want the hard sell for products and/or services.

I hate hard sell events. If an event is free, it will probably end up costing you something!

At Interesting Talks, the majority of the speakers have a book, product or service of some kind in relation to the subject they are speaking about. At the end of their talk they may give you a bit of information about whatever this is, however this is no hard sell of any kind.

So don't worry, if you don't want to further your relationship with the speakers, there is no pressure to do so.

3) You are a single girl and not sure if you should come on your own.

I have worked hard to make Interesting Talks a very safe environment for women to attend. Probably 60%+ of those attend are women. Please see the feedback in the group reviews and individual events to see what they have to say.

We have so many great talks lined up for you. So go ahead and get booking.

Matt Kendall

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