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Is the Way You're Working REALLY Working? with Wendy Ellin

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Our guest, Wendy Ellin, discusses how it doesn't matter where you work, who you work for, or what you do, the magic is in HOW YOU WORK!

Wendy will discuss how to stop swirling in chaos and overwhelm and get your shit together so that calm and clarity are front and center to the way you work and live.

  • It's all about MINDSET, SYSTEMS, AND ACCOUNTABILITY - My MSA degree COVID did not cause disorganization. It just shed a light on what was always there to begin with.
  • You got this if you want this bad enough, and there is help for you if you're ready for it.
  • You owe it to your people to give them the tools necessary to do their best work, stay engaged, and actually love what they do.

BIO:

Wendy Ellin is a Workplace Productivity Consultant, International Speaker, Coach & #1 Bestselling Author of Working From Home...How's That Working For You? Her insights into living an organized life are shared in her presentations with irreverence, humor, and a level of passion that motivates her audience to TAKE IMMEDIATE ACTION. She talks about real life challenges that we all experience such as email overload, being on time (or not), reasonable expectations for getting things done, and much more. And now that we are all working from home, the challenges are new, they are vast, they are real, and they are here to stay. It is from Wendy's 20 plus years in the corporate arena that she drew from her own successes by working smart, not hard - that inspired her to develop the tools and techniques for increasing workplace (and work-from-home) productivity, and ultimately a renewed sense of peace of mind. Wendy believes that “it’s one thing to love what you do, and another to LOVE THE WAY YOU DO IT.”

 

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