We all know those types –
…constantly rushing from one meeting to another, juggling 5 different tasks all at once, packed schedules with no time to breathe.
Are you one of them?
I hate to break it to you but if you are, you’re probably getting less done than those people sat quietly in the corner staring at you in awe. In fact, if you’re not careful, you’re going to be right on track for a full-scale breakdown in the style of 2007 Britney. Umbrella weapons and head shaving optional.
Over in the corner, those of us watching these busy whirlwinds are stressing out because we think we’re not working hard enough in comparison. Maybe we should be in back-to-back meetings and multitasking our to-do list…
We all just need to:
STOP, BREATHE, FOCUS.
We’ve already told you that multi-tasking is bad for your productivity, it’s all about working smarter, not harder.
Being busy in itself is not a sign of success, especially if you could achieve the same results in half the time and with a lot less stress. It’s difficult but we should all find the time to occasionally step back and evaluate our methods to make sure they’re the most efficient way of achieving our goals.
Being overworked and overtired is not a badge of honor.
Neither is being constantly busy. Instead it might be a sign that you’re not working as efficiently or as effectively as other people.
You might feel like you’re doing less but you’ll be getting more done and saving yourself a lot of stress and time.
Slow down, delegate more.
You got this.
The Apprentice Program is designed to help event planning firms who don’t have the time or resources to develop an internship program from scratch.
We save you time, reduce stress and help you book more brides.
Your interns get trained in the critical topics of event planning and we provide all the tools you need to teach them exactly how your firm plans events. We also provide weekly homework assignments and use video lessons to make the training engaging and interactive. This gives you more time to focus on sales and client relations.