How to Prioritize Your Schedule for Greater Productivity

by: Lisa Druxman, MA

Best Practices

Learn a simple system to better manage your schedule, avoid exhaustion and build your business.

If I asked you how you are doing, what would your answer be? Crazy? Busy? We all have managed to fill every minute of every day with a task, a chore or an obligation. But that doesn’t mean we’re truly productive. Now ask yourself the following questions: Do you spend your days the way you want to? Or is most of your time spent reacting to the influx of emails, social media and people who want your time? Do you book your days from wake to sleep with appointments, and leave no time for yourself or for growing other parts of your business?

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About the Author

Lisa Druxman, MA

Lisa Druxman, MA IDEA Author/Presenter

Lisa Druxman, MA, is the owner and founder of Stroller Strides, one of the country's fastest growing franchises with over 1,000 locations nationwide. She is the author of Lean Mommy and the creator of...

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