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A Simple Process to Manage Your Time and Identify Which Items to Delegate
Recorded Webinar (online)
Time management and effective delegating
Duration: 1.5 Hours Language: English View webinar Viewing this webinar requires some basic information. This data is only used within SCORE and will not be distributed to any third parties.
About the event

The way to really grow your business, without increasing the amount of time you work, is to stay in your zone of genius, doing the work that you excel at, and delegating the rest. After all, when you try to do EVERYTHING, something or someone suffers.

In this interactive workshop, Laura Licursi of Elite Virtual Assistants and Lisa Crilley Mallis of Impactive Strategies will help you with the best practices for managing your time and a very simple process for identifying which items to delegate first.
You'll learn about:

  • Uncovering the key components of your ideal workday
  • Discovering exactly where you are spending (or wasting) your time
  • The #1 delegating mistake you don’t even know you’re making

NOTE:  To receive the highest return from this workshop, track your tasks for a week, bring a pack of small post-it notes, download the Delegate Like a Pro Action Guide when you log into the webinar, and be ready to dig in!


About the presenters
Laura Licursi - Elite Virtual Assistants
Laura Licursi
Laura Licursi is the founder of Elite Virtual Assistants. Laura was a Virtual Assistant for almost 20 years before starting EVA in 2015 with a vision to empower people to live a life that is rewarding and fun.
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Lisa Crilley Mallis - Impactive Strategies
Lisa Crilley Mallis
Lisa Crilley Mallis is a productivity expert, recognized for providing practical solutions to everyday effectiveness and efficiency challenges.
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