Parallel Training (Oct 2018)

August 30, 2018

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Tick Tock Tick Tock: An Interactive Workshop on How We Think About, Spend, and Manage Our Time

The October 2018 New England NWTA Parallel Event

  • Prioritizing competing desires and responsibilities
  • Saying No to over commitment
  • Tackling procrastination
  • Reducing information overload
  • Integrating doing and being

We’ll examine these and other key elements that powerfully influence our relationship to time — how we think about and spend our time, and how we feel about how we spend our time. We’ll incorporate sitting in Circle to support each other’s growth-edge explorations and intentions.

Bill Jawitz has been teaching busy lawyers how to improve their productivity while simultaneously deepening their sense of self-efficacy and groundedness for over 15 years. He’s adapted his “Time Management Bootcamp” for the broader MKP community. Bill did his NWTA in 2014 and sits in Circle with the Golden Shadowmen in New Haven, CT.

Where: Clara Barton Camp, N. Oxford, MA
When: Saturday, October 20th, 2018 from 11 am – 4 pm
(followed by an optional P & R ceremony; Brother Dance and community connection)

Cost:  $25 CCP
(This can be paid before the event using the payment form immediately below the Register Now button, or at the event with a personal check.)



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