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The Clarity Coaching Time Management AuditTM

The Clarity Coaching Time Management AuditTM is an opportunity for you to meet one-on-one with a Clarity business coach for a comprehensive review of your current time management process. The audit is designed to reveal areas where improvements can be made to make your working hours more productive, less hectic and more efficient.


Specifically, we will look for opportunities for improvement by:

  • Implementing better systems.

  • Improving your decision-making.

  • Developing clarity around your day-to-day activities.

  • Instilling better habits.

  • Providing structure.

  • Offering accountability.

Your Investment: $195.

 

The audit includes a one-on-one coaching session to review your current process and strategize about improvement opportunities followed by four weekly touch-base phone calls to hold you accountable to sustain your new habits.

Contact us for more details: 704.806.8544 or Shawn@Clarity-Coaching.biz.

 

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