Chamber of Commerce Lunch & Learn: First Things First Will Refine Your Time Managment Skills and Improve Your Business

Free lunch seminar teaches the Covey method of time management.

What are the most important things in your life? Do they get as much care, emphasis, and time as you'd like to give them? Far from the traditional "be-more-efficient" time-management techniques, First Things First shows you how to look at your use of time differently.

Join Allison Muzal, a certified Covey facilitator and the owner of BookKeeping Express in Westchester, on Thursday, January 24, as she presents an overview of the First Things First principle by Stephen Covey.

During this overview you will learn an organizing process that helps you categorize tasks so you focus on what is important, not merely what is urgent.  This process will help you create balance between your personal and professional responsibilities by putting first things first and acting on them.

This free event offered by the West Suburban Chamber of Commerce is sponsored by Republic Bank, and will include lunch. Held at the WSCCI Office, 9440 Joliet Road, Hodgkins, First Things First requires registration by January 18. Register at kristenh@wscci.org.

For more information, call Katherine Leibforth: 708-387-7550.

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katherine leibforth January 14, 2013 at 02:56 PM
This presentation will begin at 11:30 a.m. and end at 1 p.m.


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