Secrets to Being Focused, Productive, & Organized

It’s 2017. New year, new me, new resolutions, new goals. We’re 48 days into the New Year, and I don’t know about you, but I’m already struggling to fulfill my goals. Maybe your nonprofit’s goals for this year surround more-effective fundraising or better communication. Maybe your goals are more personal, like developing a personal brand, or being a better board member. If taking on these objectives seems daunting, don’t stress! The Alliance for Better Nonprofits is here to help.

Chris Crouch, author of Getting Organized: Improving Focus, Organization and Productivity and Being Productive: Learning How to Get More Done with Less Effort, will be leading a training entitled “Secrets to Being Focused, Productive, and Organized” at The Regas Building on Thursday, February 23rd, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. In this training, Chris plans to discuss methods to help you become grounded, centered, focused, organized and highlyCrouch_Chris.jpg productive—all of which are key components to accomplishing a goal. If you’re struggling to meet your goals, Chris is here to help motivate you and give you expert tips on moving in the right direction.

Chris’s background includes work in sales management, training, and being an executive for a Fortune 500 company. He is current president and founder of DME Leadership Development Consulting and the developer of the GO System training course. Outside of the business world, his passion in life has always been reading, learning, and teaching. He spent years researching and studying both the mental and physical aspects of living a more joyful and productive life. His goal is to find simple, easy-to-implement ideas that work in the real world.

Join Chris Crouch and ABN in learning how to take—and maintain—control of your workday and life. It’s never too late to make new goals for this year. Together, let’s make the next 314 days the best yet! 

Register HERE.

1276 Whitney Brothers is a sophomore studying Public Relations and Business at the University of Tennessee. Whitney works with the Vols @ Home program, which helps incoming and current students find their place on campus through University Housing. She is also active in the community, interning with the Alliance for Better Nonprofits and teaching swim lessons at Jump Start Health and Fitness. As a student, her goals are to become involved with the Knoxville community on and off campus while also building a professional network.