Come Up For Air: How to Stop Drowning in Work

"Complexity scales exponentially with team size." - Nick Sonnenberg

Are you constantly feeling overwhelmed and drowning in work? Do you spend more time on "work about work" than actually getting things done?

According to Asana's 2022 Anatomy of Work Index, knowledge workers are spending a staggering 58% of their time on non-productive tasks such as searching for information and chasing status updates. But fear not, we have the solution for leaders of scaling organizations to help you come up for air.

Join our upcoming webinar based on the best-selling book "Come Up for Air" by Nick Sonnenberg. Learn how to create more time for focused work, optimize your tools and systems, and reduce the time it takes to complete projects and processes. Imagine having more free time to spend on high-value strategic activities, or loved ones, instead of being stuck in an endless cycle of unproductive work.

Register now for our webinar and take control of your workload before it consumes you completely! Don't let tool fatigue hold you back any longer - learn how you and your team can stop drowning in work now. See you there!

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Zoom Virtual Webinar
Thursday, February 22nd at 10:00 am CT

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Who is it for?

Entrepreneurs, Founders, Leaders, Managers and Employees wanting to get more done with less effort.

Do you have these concerns?

  • I feel overwhelmed.
  • Tactical work keeps me from getting important projects done.
  • It takes too long to find the important information, instructions, and other resources to work efficiently.
  • Teams, Sharepoint, and Outlook have created confusion on how each tool should be use.

You will learn:

Based on the best selling book, “Come Up for Air”, you will learn how to:

  1. Create more time for focused work.
  2. Gain clarity around which tool to use for each unique task.
  3. Decrease the time to execute standard processes.

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