"Stay Productive During the Summer Months" & Networking

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We're often told that we need to spend our working hours doing the things that get us paid.

That can leave little time for marketing, social media, or the administrative things that you need to do on a regular basis.

Or you get so caught up in some of the administrative things that you suddenly find yourself at the end of the day.

And this can be especially difficult during the summer months when you want to take time off, work fewer hours, or enjoy the beautiful weather.

How do you find the balance between it all that allows you to do the things that get you paid and still have time to send the invoices, engage in social media, network, do the other things we do in our business, AND have time for yourself and your family?

You'll learn:
- Why it feels like there aren't enough hours in the day (and what to do about it)
- How to budget your time
- How to tie your time budget to your to-do list (to get more of the right things done each day and week!)

Evie Burke is the founder and productivity strategist at One Insight Closer and helps women entrepreneurs take their productivity to a new level.

She's the creator of the popular "Unnamed Productivity Club" and the "Take Your Productivity to a New Level: 7-week Productivity Mastery" program.

Her clients share that working with Evie has helped them have a clear vision of what needs to be done, stay focused and on track, and have less stress in the process.

You can find Evie online at www.OneInsightCloser.com.

• What to bring:
Please bring approximately 50 business cards, your updated calendar, and something to write with.

• Important to know:
Please be aware, we your value your RSVP as a commitment. Repeat offenders will automatically be moved to the wait-list for:
1) RSVP "going" and not attending the meeting
2) Changing RSVP from "going" to "not going" less than 24 hours before the meeting begins
Understandably, cars break down & people get sick which is why we run on a "3 strikes and you're wait-listed" policy. We thank you for your understanding as we do our best to accommodate everyone who wants to attend our meetings.