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Making Business Matter Launches Free 7 Week Time Management Challenge

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Utilize the free workbook and resource offered by MakingBusinessMatter.co.uk to learn how to be more productive and get more done each day

Thame, Oxon – May 18, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

According to statistics, a person who works eight hours per day only spends approximately two hours and 53 minutes being productive. That means that not even half the time they spend at work is spent on mission-critical tasks.

To help those who have issues with wasting time, Making Business Matter has launched a seven-week time management course. During the seven-week Time Management Course included, users will work through thought-provoking exercises and at the conclusion of week seven, they will emerge with the time management skills necessary to get more done each day.

“Have you ever wondered “What is Time Management?” and how does it affect you,” asked Making Business Matter owner Darren A. Smith. “If so, we are here to help answer this question along with how to make the most of the time you have. With our free Time Management Skills training course workbook, you will learn how to get the right things done more quickly while working.”

With the seven-week program recently launched by Making Business Matter, those who enroll will receive a free workbook for everyone in the business that has become overwhelmed with how much they have to do and accomplish in a single day. Written by a time management trainer with more than 15 years of experience, Darren A. Smith shares a way for users to build their own time management system – one that works for them.

“In addition to providing you the tools and information you need to become a time management pro, we also use a method called “Sticky Learning,” in our face to face time management courses. This ensures that what you learn is still being used five months or five years down the road,” continued Smith. “We also stand behind our course, providing a money back guarantee.”

Additional information about the new time management course launched by Making Business Matter can be found by visiting the company’s website.

ABOUT MAKING BUSINESS MATTER

Making Business Matter is a soft skill training provider to the United Kingdom Grocery Industry. This company works to help suppliers win more business. Suppliers have chosen this company due to their money back guarantee, the relevant experience of the staff and because the lessons provided ensure the training sticks around and help now and in the future. The trainers at Making Business Matter have worked on both sides of the fence and know the challenges facing those working with the UK supermarkets and are here to help.

Contact Info:
Name: Darren A. Smith
Email: das@makingbusinessmatter.co.uk
Organization: Making Business Matter
Address: Sticky Learning House, 5 Cheshire Road, Thame, Oxon, OX9 3LQ, United Kingdom
Phone: 0333 247 2012

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