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What To Do When There’s Too Much To Do
January 10, 2013 @ 09:10 AM | By Tonya Hottmann

Are you tired of hearing “do more with less”?

Most people are already working as long and hard as they possibly can, often without seeing significant results. Even after attending productivity improvement classes, many professionals still find themselves completely overwhelmed and asking themselves “how will I ever catch up?”

Join Laura Stack, on January 16, at 1:00 PM Eastern, for the free webinar as she shows us how to do less and still achieve more using an innovative workflow formula to reduce commitments, reduce distractions and most importantly, reduce to-do lists.

During this hour- long webcast, you will learn how to:

  • Save at least 90 valuable minutes a day
  • Produce more significant results
  • Create a sizeable impact on your personal and professional goals

Register now!

About the Speaker
Laura Stack is America’s premier expert in productivity. Her Denver-based company, The Productivity Pro, Inc., provides time management workshops around the globe that help attendees achieve Maximum Results in Minimum Time®. Laura is the author or coauthor of 10 books, including the bestselling Leave the Office Earlier (2004), which was hailed as “the best of the bunch” by the New York Times. Laura has implemented productivity-improvement programs at companies such as Wal-Mart, Bank of America, Heinz and Time Warner.

Tonya Hottmann imageTonya Hottmann is the director of marketing at InterCall, responsible for small business marketing. Before joining InterCall, Tonya ran a boutique marketing consulting firm for 10 years. An avid baseball fan, she enjoys reading, traveling, exercising and spending summer days at the beach.

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