Bring Order To Your Universe

June 17, 2010

Have you ever asked yourself any of these questions:

  1. Am I going where I want to in life?
  2. How am I supposed to keep track of everything, get everything done, and maintain my sanity?
  3. Can I trust my co-workers, employees, or contractors to be responsible with getting their stuff done?

Join us for free this Thursday, June 17th at 6PM at the Georgia Tech Alumni House as the Executive Entrepreneurs Society will be hosting experts Melissa Johnson, Leo Chang, and Ed Carreras who have solid answers to these questions. Read on to get a taste of their answers:

Event Preview

Am I going where I want to in life?

You may have lost your job, been burdened by debt, struggling to accomplish your dreams, burned out, or just confused as to what is the point to your repetitous life. It may be time to ask, “Am I taking the right steps towards building the life I want?”

Melissa Johnson, founder of Velvet Suite Marketing and the author of “Brand Me”, states that is it is critical that the internal is aligned with the external. She can help you focus on why it is so important to understand your core essence to decipher what are your next steps. She will be discussing Thursday on how to rebuild your vision, mission, objectives, and how these affect your self, the world around you, and your professional obligations.

How am I supposed to keep track of everything, get everything done, and maintain my sanity?

After listening to Melissa in person, you can’t help but get excited about getting your life jump started. But now that you’ve got perspective, how are you supposed to keep track of everything and consistently make progress towards it?

Leo Chang, founder of Shift90 and an application developer, can provide you a solution. To manage his responsibilities and others, he utilizes technology. Learning from task and project management applications such as RememberTheMilk, Things, OmniFocus, and 5PMweb, he developed a productivity application which he’ll be launching the Beta this Thursday! So come and check it out.

Can I trust my co-workers, employees, or contractors to be responsible with getting their stuff done?

Making real progess in your life requires the concerted effort of others. Putting the trust of your life in someone else’s hands can be difficult. Is there a way to have a productive team without micromanaging the whole process?

Ed Carreras, former Chief Intellectual Property Counsel for The Coca-Cola Company, has a simple answer. His secret is common sense practiced consistently – Find talent with the same values, invest energy into each person, eliminate unproductive people, be clear with your objectives, don’t have meetings that waste time. Learn more about these tips and others at our event this Thursday.

We hope this glimpse into Thursday will get you to come out and meet the speakers, and meet others that are consciously taking the effort to make a difference in their lives. If you have any questions please e-mail us at info@libreum.com, otherwise, we will see you on Thursday.

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