Rocket Matter Webinar Series: Barbara Nelson on Time Blocking – Managing and Making the Most of Your Time
On a scale of 1-5 (5 being the highest) rank your level of agreement with the statement: I feel I have control over how I spend my time.
- This webinar is sponsored by Rocket Matter and is free to attend.
- We’ll be raffling off a $50 certificate to Best Buy!
- We’ll also give away free copies of Barbara’s book, Market You Must … for Lawyers.
- Date: Thursday, February 25th, 2010
- Time: 12PM – 1:15PM EST
- Space is limited! Click here to reserve your Webinar seat.
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Rocket Matter is proud to host a free webinar on Time Blocking – the best way to make sure you do what you need to do, in order to have time for what you want to do.
Getting more done in less time is the focus of this interactive seminar. Join lawyer’s coach, Barbara Nelson, to learn how to manage yourself and take control of your time. You’ll learn the technique of time blocking, which clients call “the single best technique” for improving productivity. Bring your own challenges and questions to the call, and be ready to commit to changing the way you work so that 2010 will be your best year ever!
About Barbara Nelson:
Barbara, famous for her Successfully Solo blog and consulting, provides expert business coaching to a select group of solo and small-firm attorneys who are ready to take their practices to the next level. She brings over fifteen years of solid business experience to her practice, working in large global firms as well as in a small consulting partnership that experienced many of the same issues her clients face.
Barbara holds an MBA from the University of Chicago, has completed over four years of formal training in business coaching, is certified to coach practice management processes, and is a member of the International Coaching Federation.
Barbara started specializing in the business of law firm practice management after working with two attorney clients. They were not only overwhelmed and underpaid–they were smart, motivated, interesting and fast. Barbara’s style is direct, to the point, and somewhat irreverent- a good match for her attorney clients.