Member Event – How to Tame the Busyness of Business

by Tina on May 3, 2012

Date: May 16th , 2012 at 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET

It’s hard out there for an Online Business Manager. You’re brought on to help a business run more effectively and easily, and you have to be effective at reacting to what comes up as well as being effective about anticipating what will come up – that’s no small feat. And then there’s keeping up with your own business to consider, too.

The more productive and effective you are, the more value you bear for your clients and the better you’re able to get stuff off your plate and off your mind. Join Charlie Gilkey, the go-to guy for results-driven, effective action for entrepreneurs and executives, to learn how you can boost your effectiveness with just a few tweaks to what you’re already doing.

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to focus on the important stuff rather than just the urgent stuff
  • How to get twice the results in the same amount of time it normally takes you to do it. (Hint: when you do the task is key)
  • Why it’s your job to keep up with the progress of your work – and how to do it
  • How to plan on the fly without getting caught in the over-planning trap
Charlie’s the go-to guy for creative changemakers and entrepreneurs for figuring out how to get the right things done. His blog, Productive Flourishing (, is one of the top productivity and business blogs on the web.

Charlie is a mashup of a former military logistics officer, a philosopher, and a business advisor. That background makes a unique synthesis of theory, action, and no-BS counsel that focuses people on what matters and how to take action on it. His work is routinely cited, showcased, and shared in places like BNET, Project Domino, Lifehacker, Copyblogger, Problogger, Zenhabits, and others.

Charlie’s forthcoming book, Beyond Bootstrapping, helps entrepreneurs and small business owners become better executives and build better businesses from the business they’ve already built.

IAOBM Members: You can access the recording for this call in the Member Area. If you are not an IAOBM member yet, find out more about IAOBM Membership Benefits by clicking here:

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