Where is your time really going?
Time they say is money! But it’s also one mysterious thing that can creep up on you, and pass you without your noticing.
As a Motherland Mogul who wants to SLAy in every area, you must take time management and personal efficiency very seriously.
You can’t keep blaming your unproductiveness on too much work or the fact that there are only 24hours in a day.
If you’re trying to get things done, but you’re not sure how to create the time and discipline to implement them, this one is for you.
Join us on Tuesday, July 4th as we discuss personal efficiency and time management. We’ll be chatting with Tafadzwa Bete-Sasa , a learning and development professional, specializing in training and coaching for productivity.
Tafadzwa has designed trainings on various efficiency skills like creating routines and schedules for productivity and creating and nurturing tribes for productivity.
This webinar will teach you everything you need to know about discipline, productivity, and how to reach your goals.
Register below to get the exclusive link to the webinar.
Some of the topics we’ll cover:
- Time management 101
- Scheduling your days and weeks (Minding the hours and minutes)
- Creating routines: Showing up no matter how you feel
- Time management hacks – reminders, timers, distraction free zones
- Date: Tuesday, July 4th, 2017
- Time: Lagos 2pm // Lusaka 3pm // Nairobi 4pm
Tafadzwa Bete-Sasa is the creator of the GoalGetter Planner – a customized daily organizer that helps users to translate their dreams and resolutions into SMART goals and develop action plans to achieve these goals.
She is also the founder of the GoalGetter Tribe a community that provides capacity building, inspiration, accountability and networking for young professionals and young entrepreneurs.
She is involved in community service as a member of Junior Chamber International (JCI) where she is currently serving as the JCI Zambia National Training Director. Tafadzwa is also a World Economic Forum recognized global shaper with the Lusaka Hub.