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Don't you wish you could get more done in less time? Have you ever said, "There just aren't enough hours in the day?" Are you so busy that you can't find 90 minutes to learn how to manage your time better?
Then Unleashing Your Full Potential Through Time Management Workshop is just the ticket for you!
Over the course of three interactive workshops you will learn more than 25 tools and techniques to help you get more out of your time, whether in business or at home. Taught by business performance coach Art Locke, you will learn:
How to use goals to define priorities for plans and action items
How to apply Pareto's principle to organize your day
Why you procrastinate - and 8 tactics to beating it
How to skillfully delegate and out-task the work that bogs you down
How to say "no" with diplomacy - the master skill of success.
About Art Locke Art Locke is a Business Performance Coach with FocalPoint, a subsidiary of Brian Tracy International (BTI). His mission is to help entrepreneurs get everything they can out of their businesses and out of themselves. His expertise is in enabling service-based businesses deliver outstanding customer experiences, and his clients include companies in the wealth management, security, trades, health services, auto services and consulting industries. He is also a certified Sales Trainer & founding member with BTI, as well as a licensed Facilitator with Leadscape Learning and a certified coach with Lead with Purpose.
Art has held executive positions in operations management, sales, business development, education & training, marketing, managed services, and outsourcing during a 30-year career in technology services. Art received his MBA from Cornell University after having spent 7 years in the Congo teaching cattle farmers how to become successful fish farmers, first with the Peace Corps, and later with US AID.
Art is honored to have been voted “Best Business Coach in Denton County” for 2014, 2015 and 2016.
Art lives in Flower Mound with his wife Diana Risell, a health coach, and their two teenage daughters, Sam and Carolyn.