Time Management for Champions
The course will be one full day where Keith Rosen will personally teach and coach you every step of the way. Discover Keith's powerful roadmap to doubling your producitivy, developing your team, achieving your business objectives, and creating more harmony and significance in your life. You'll learn how to:
- Reduce your daily workload and protect your time.
- Obliterate your never-ending to-do list.
- Make time your ally rather than your adversary.
- Develop a Personal Navigation System that aligns your routine with your goals, values, and priorities.
- Stop reacting to problems and become hyper-responsive so that you can take charge of your day.
- Identify and eliminate your time killers that distract you from your priorities, cause stress, and waste time.
Keith is capping the training at just 40 people in order to provide the same kind of highly interactive, hands-on experience his corporate clients (e.g. – HubSpot, LinkedIn, Salesforce, NBA, Microsoft, Edward Jones) have enjoyed over the years.
**We advise not purchasing air travel tickets until 6/1/17 to ensure the minimum of 20 tickets have been sold for this 2-day event which is required to confirm the dates 100%. If 20 tickets have not been sold by that date, then the organizer will refund you your money.
NOTE: Keith only does public training workshops like this once a year.
In short, everything but your airfare! In addition to paying for two full days of high-value, tactical, leadership coach training, your investment will also cover 3 delicious meals a day prepared by a variety of local, award-winning chefs, a deluxe room at the historic Marcus Whitman Hotel, a complimentary signed copy of Keith’s book Own Your Day, and cell phone contact with a local concierge to assist in all your travel and scheduling needs. Plus many surprises!
Why Walla Walla, Washington?
This is not your average training. It's more of a retreat in a little corner of the world you may have never heard of—a charming little wine valley (130+ wineries) on the eastern side of Washington state in the small town of Walla Walla. He really wanted to make it to be completely different than all the other large, generic training events in boring, windowless hotel conference rooms situated close to major airport hubs. He wanted a place where he could curate a one-of-a-kind, intimate experience involving exquisite food, a beautiful setting, and the right amount of charm. It needed to be far from the hustle-and-bustle of big cities and boardrooms. And Walla Walla, the town that Rand McNally named Friendliest Town in America just felt like the perfect fit!
If you have any questions about the event, please email Keith Nerdin at firstname.lastname@example.org