Time Management: You’re Doing It Wrong

Wednesday, December 14, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Mike (Michael) Song, CEO

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What if everything we know about time management is wrong? Bestselling efficiency author Mike Song found that most time management advice is terrible. In fact, he believes that you should never get your inbox to zero, use a daily task list, or write down your big goals.

In this webcast, Mike will replace complex, abstract, outdated, and fluffy time management advice with easy-to-use, practical, quick-hit ideas. These surprising solutions will help you manage your time and life like a pro!
Attendees will:

  • Understand why and how traditional time management strategies backfire for most professionals, resulting in lost productivity.
  • Achieve more using a simplified approach versus managing top goals and daily task lists.
  • Discover 10 quick-hit time management techniques that save time, reduce stress, and boost performance.


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Mike (Michael) Song
Mike (Michael) Song


Mike Song is one of the world’s leading technology and time management experts. His keynote speeches and workshops motivate participants to get organized, prioritized, and energized to excel. In addition to Zip! Tips: The Fastest Way to Get More Done, he’s the lead author of the bestselling email and meeting effectiveness book The Hamster Revolution, which has sold more than 150,000 copies in 12 languages. Mike is CEO and founder of GetControl.net, an internationally renowned productivity training company. He has given interviews with Good Morning America, CNN, CNBC, NPR, and the Wall Street Journal. Mike has been awarded a United States patent for his universal organizational system, called COTA. He has even helped the Secret Service, FBI, Navy, and Army to communicate and manage information more effectively. Mike has presented to a wide range of companies and organizations throughout North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa, and has provided training and e-learning to 20 percent of the Fortune 500, including Mercedes, Capital One, Novartis, Microsoft, and McDonald’s.