Time Management: Gain 4 More Hours a Day
THE TWENTY-EIGHT HOUR DAY
Take control of your work/home life with four more productive hours every day.
Every single day your practice requires you to manage more in less time. Sure, there are only 24 hours in a day, but wouldn’t it be amazing if you could feel like you have four more productive hours each day?
It may sound farfetched, but you can manage your time for increased results both on and off the job, enjoy a better work/life balance, be less stressed and have more control over your day. To do so you only need to invest 90 minutes of your time, and sign the online training session.
Time management and training expert, Dr. Donald Wetmore, has modified the presentation he has used to help thousands of business professionals across the country gain more time each day, and made it specific to help you overcome the unique time management challenge you face in a medical practice.
By ordering this practical, step-by-step time management 90-minute online training you’ll learn how to:
Who should order? Anyone in a medical practice, clinic or facility who would like to get more done in less time, who has ever felt there are not enough hours in the day, or who wants to improve their work/life balance.
Working in a practice means you have unique challenges. You are faced with multiple interruptions at a time from a variety of people and sources. You must overcome constant change in priorities, while under pressure, and do so while maintaining a positive attitude towards those around you. All of this and more is possible by putting into effect the skills you’ll learn from this online training.
Although most people understand and practice basic time management techniques both on and off the job, they rarely have the additional knowledge required to gain an extra four hours of productivity each day. You can get this and so much more by ordering this online training today.
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Dr. Donald Wetmore
Dr. Donald Wetmore received his Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from Bentley College, his Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Babson College, and his Juris Doctor Degree from Suffolk University Law School. He is a Professional Member of the National Speakers Association. He is an attorney, an entrepreneur having started over twenty-five businesses and is a former member of the faculty at Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, New York, where he served as Assistant Professor of Business Law and Department Chair for the undergraduate and graduate divisions. He is the author of seven books including “Beat the Clock”, “Organizing Your Life”, “The Productivity Handbook” and over 100 of published articles. He is frequently interviewed by major media including ABC Radio, The New York Times, and the Dallas Morning News. He has appeared extensively on radio and television and served as the host of the cable TV program, “It’s the Law”.
Don created the Productivity Institute to conduct his original Time Management and Personal Productivity seminars for organizations from around the world. Having been in the field of Productivity Improvement for many years, he created his programs to address the specific productivity needs of all who want more out of life. In his seminars, coaching, keynotes, and consulting, he teaches participants how to significantly increase their personal productivity, both on and off the job, and accomplish more in less time with less stress with greater work/life balance. His presentations are always entertaining, fast-paced, and filled with practical, common sense tools. His audiences say, “He is one of the funniest and most engaging speakers available today.” He is recognized as one of the country’s leading authorities on the topic of Personal Productivity improvement. He has made over 2,000 domestic and international speaking presentations before more than 100,000 people from around the Globe, sharing his unique Personal Productivity principles and tools that he has created, motivating his audiences to advance in their own lives.