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21 January 2020

17:30 - 19:30
KJM City Library, Kobližná 4

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Time is your most precious resource.

It is very important to know what you need to do because TIME is one thing that you can’t get back.

Continuing in our January ‘personal development’ series, we will focus on an aspect of our life and work that concerns everyone.

Following his successful presentation at our first Brno Expat Fair, we have invited Anatole Soulier, an expat working in one of Brno’s multinational companies, to share his insights on the topic.

He will cover the following areas and help you grasp the following:

  • Understand what is Time Management and why we need it
  • Ban Procrastination
  • Avoid schedule overload
  • Prioritize your goals/Tasks
  • Analyze your current activities
  • How to multiply your time

Please register via the red button above as places are limited.

If you have any specific questions, do not hesitate to enter them in the comments box along with your registration, or send them to us by e-mail.

You can now find the summary of the seminar content in the presentation below. Thank you, Anatole!


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Time Management



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