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Managing Your Time Before It Manages You | South Bay Satellite, April 8
Le Quy Restaurant
1461 W Campbell Ave.
Campbell, CA 95008
Monday, April 08, 2019, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM PDT
Category: South Bay Satellite

Managing Your Time Before It Manages You

Techniques To Help You Be Productive, Stay Focused, And Reduce Your Stress

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A Productive Environment™ is defined as an intentional setting in which you can accomplish your work.

We will cover the following areas to help you create your Productive Environment

  • Tools necessary for making your physical workspace clear and clutter free so that you can more clearly focus on your important tasks at hand.
  • How to increase focus and manage interruptions which severely impact productivity.
  • Behaviors and routines that encourage working proactively vs. reactively


Lori KrolikLori Krolik, a Certified Productive Environment Specialist and Professional Organizer, is the owner of More Time For You (Palo Alto, CA).  Over the last 20 years, many of Lori’s clients and workshop attendees have simplified their lives by adopting the strategies she teaches. Her primary focus is on individuals and businesses who desire to create systems so that they, as well as their employees, can work smarter and more efficiently. Lori is a long time member of NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers), founder of the Los Altos chapter of Women’s Networking Alliance, and an Evernote Certified Consultant.



  • Premium and Leaders Network members: $27 through Friday, April 5; $32 after that and at the door
  • Basic Members: $35 through Friday, April 5; $42 after that and at the door
  • Non-members: $37 through Friday, April 5; $42 after that and at the door

Price includes meeting, buffet lunch and beverage. We are unable to accommodate special dietary requirements, however, a variety of options are offered.

About the Women In Consulting South Bay Satellite

The South Bay Satellite group offers a small group format (15-25 people) which allows for making more one-on-one connections, “…big enough to network, small enough to get to know people!”