Learn the Secrets to Mastering Distractions and Mindfully Getting Things Done with This Powerful Workshop.
This inspiring presentation will reveal:
» What neuroscience can tell us about how to get things done
» The connections between stress, distractions and productivity
» The multitasking myth and how to enhance our ability to focus and reduce stress
» Why it is beneficial to work in a focused way
» Practical things we can do master distractions.
Who Should Attend the ‘Mastering Distractions’ Workshop?
Critical for anyone who feels that traditional time-management strategies are losing their relevance and for those interested to learn how to minimise distractions and manage their attention for greater results.
What to Expect When Attending an iMastery Workshop
This presentation is best run over two hours, but can be condensed to fit the time you have available. It can be presented to small or large audiences. Takeaway notes, checklists and practical tips can be provided.
More Happy Participant Reviews to Help You with Your Decision
“Thanks for the excellent course! Your great blend of practical advice and esoteric tips made it unique and helpful. It will help me in my daily work application as well as at home. Even this morning I realised I was more mindful in going about my early morning routine.” – A. Gardner, Coordinator, The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
“Wendy related to our industry and made things real. Great light-bulb moments and new ideas.” E. Lavalle, Regional Hotel Partnerships Manager, Mr & Mrs Smith
“Great workshop! Excellent presenter. Learnt a lot in a short period.” L. Coyle, Administration, Swinburne University
“Enjoyable and engaging. Common sense, but reinforcing. It gave a much clearer insight into the whys of it all and motivated me to implement ideas.” P. Snooks, Client Services Manager, Melbourne Business School
“Wendy really engaged with the audience and answered all of our questions. It really helped me in setting goals to be more organised.” Anubhav, MBA Student, Melbourne Business School
“Clear, concise, interesting. Great presenter and material. 10/10.” S.Ridd, Film Programs Project Coordinator, Australian Centre for the Moving Image
“10/10. A well thought out mix. Video, images, stats, quotes, activities, discussion. Thank you!” Australian Centre for the Moving Image