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Managing the Overwhelm: Priority Setting + Productivity Hacks

Date: 04/09/2018

Time: 6:00pm
Where: LMHQ, 150 Broadway, New York NY

Does your to-do list sound like this?

Edit the Q2 report for Susan. Update my personal website. Onboard the new team member. Tour the baby's new daycare. Check in with Chris about the updated marketing plan. Call mom to see how she's feeling.

Does the never-ending stream of tasks in your head look something like a tennis match, with your work and life stuff often fighting for priority?

Join us at the Manage The Overwhelm workshop, and learn to strengthen your time management skills while connecting with smart like-minded women.

Your TIME is your greatest asset. It’s the one thing you can’t get back – once it’s spent, it’s gone!

Tired of feeling stressed out about tasks that stay on your to-do list forever, even though you keep promising you’ll get to them? Want to stop criticizing yourself about all of the things you “should have” achieved by now?

Believe it or not, you can change your habits and develop a new mindset about managing your time that will allow you to focus on what’s most important to you!

What You’ll Learn:

  • Why you’re procrastinating and how to move beyond avoidance behavior

  • What you spend your time doing day to day, week to week and what distractions you have in place

  • How to prioritize what matters most

  • How to better organize all the tasks that keep your work + life together

Join workshop leader Shana Dressler, who over the past 10 years has helped thousands of individuals launch businesses and creative projects, build hardware and software products, and transition out of corporate jobs into more fulfilling careers. As the Executive Director of Google’s 30 Weeks, Shana ran a distinguished incubator for design entrepreneurs that Fast Company named one of the World’s Top 10 Most Innovative Companies of 2015 in design. Shana is a Co-Founder of the NYC Innovation Collective, an Aspen Institute Scholar, a judge for The Webby Awards and a graduate of the THNK School of Creative Leadership. Shana makes her way around New York on a midnight blue Vespa.