Helping Solo Professionals Develop and Grow Their Businesses and Effectively Serve Their Clients
Five Steps to Bust Through Procrastination and Overwhelm
As consultants and solo professionals, you know how difficult managing your time can be. Whenever your To Do list turns into a Didn’t Do list, do you say to yourself, “I know what to do, I'm just not doing it”?
Does this sound familiar?
In this session with time management expert Dr. Sarah Reiff-Hekking, you’ll learn:
You will leave with a better understanding of how you spend your time, and gain the clarity and skills to get to the next level in your business and life.
About Our Speaker:
Dr. Sarah Reiff-Hekking is a Coach and Time Matters Expert with almost 20 years of experience helping people create and achieve their goals. She draws upon her background and experience as a psychologist and researcher to create elegant out-of-the-box solutions for her clients. She was on the faculty at UMass Medical School for 6 years, founded True Focus Coaching in 2005, and was a coach on staff at the Hallowell Center for more than 5 years. As a business-savvy entrepreneur, she grew a successful coaching practice during a down economy.
She is passionate about helping smart, creative adults that have a hard time managing their time and their tasks, figure out a way that works for them. She believes that there are no 'perfect' time management systems - you have to find the system that works for you. She also believes that solutions are found by paying attention to the present moment, and that just like Michelangelo had to chip away at the stone to find the statue, we have to get rid of all the extra stuff that isn't the core of our life.
Once again, SPC has expanded its unstructured networking channels. This time, we’re headed south to lovely Walpole. Specifically, the Panera Bread on the south side of Walpole Mall on March 2.
Here's how it works: RSVP on meetup.com, then just show up, buy yourself some lunch and gather ‘round the virtual fire! You don't need to be an SPC member to attend.
We've picked 1:00 p.m. on a Friday as our start time to avoid the lunch rush and let people take as much time as they feel they can afford.
Natalia Olive, a member of the SPC Board, has volunteered to anchor this gathering. She will have a table sign with the SPC logo. RSVP here, and we will see you there!
SPC members have long expressed an interest in an additional channel for unstructured networking and just plain schmoozing about their business triumphs and trials. We launched our Meetups a while back, and have received very positive feedback from those participating ... and so we’re pleased to announce our next Burlington Lunchtime Meetup, to be held Friday, March 9, at 1:00 p.m.
For those who haven't yet participated,there is no registration fee and you don't have to be a member to attend. Please register on Meetup so we can push tables together for everyone. When you arrive, find yourself something appealing to nosh on, settle at the cash register, and join the group.
We’ve picked 1:00 p.m. on a Friday as our start time to avoid the crush and let people take as much time as they feel they can afford…and maybe start a new conversation they can pick up later!