Our upcoming event features author and growth coach Doug Grady sharing the keys to reclaiming your time and improving productivity.
Live Broadcast | Thursday, October 25th | 12:30 pm ET
About This Event
Small business owners and entrepreneurs face unique challenges in managing their time and owning their productivity. We are pulled in ten different directions on a daily basis, and too often end up with “too much on our plate.” In this episode of One More Customer, Doug Grady will share the insights he has discovered to help you:
- Ensure that what’s ‘on your plate’ are the activities that matter
- Make a conscious decision to reclaim your time and focus
- Move the needle every day by identifying minimum performance standards
About Our Guest
Doug Grady has been studying and teaching the pathways to personal potential for over 20 years. He is a graduate of Tulane University where he majored in political economy. After four years in the insurance business he began his career in the personal and professional development industry. Doug is a professional speaker, musician, and author of The Ripple Effect. His companies, writings, trainings, and music are designed with one purpose: to help people reach their God-given potential. Doug gives a significant portion of his time and money to local and global causes. He has been on several mission trips, most recently to Ecuador where he was part of a twelve man team building homes for the poorest of the poor. Doug also wrote The (unofficial) Tough Mudder Song after participating in his first of five Tough Mudders.
About Our Host
Fran Tarkenton is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame, playing quarterback for the University of Georgia, the Minnesota Vikings, and the New York Giants during a record-setting career that took him to three Super Bowls. Since retiring from football Fran has had a successful and publicly recognized business career, building more than 20 companies (including during his NFL career). Today, Fran is a trusted spokesperson for small business in America, appearing as a small business authority with television, radio, and print journalists.