Dr. Gannaway is available to speak to your group or organization on the following topics:
- Stop Procrastinating Now! – Procrastination can be a tough code to crack. But once you understand the reasons you put things off, you can strategically plan how to outsmart it. As a recovering procrastinator, Linda has special insights into this topic.
- Achieve Your Goals – Faster and Easier – According to a popular quote, “If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll probably end up someplace else.” Effective goal setting starts when you simply write down what you want. Then learn how to work with your natural tendencies to more quickly achieve your goals and live your dreams.
- It’s About Time: How to Manage Yours More Creatively – We all have an intuitive inner knowing about how to make better use of our time. When combined with tried-and-true time management techniques, you can get more done in less time.
- Stress Less and Do More – We can all use reminders on how to keep life’s inevitable stress in the healthy zone. The key is to find your optimal stress level – the place where your stress becomes positive energy and helps you accomplish your goals.
- Learn Your Lessons in Life and Create the Life You Want – Life lessons are the backbone of success. Following their advice leads to outer riches and inner wealth. We can be who we’re meant to be and do what we came here to do.
- No Regrets – People most regret not what they did, but what they didn’t do. Learn how to make peace with regrets you may already have. Plus, look into the future to avoid potential regrets you might end up with.
Training and consulting services on these topics are also available with your business, group or organization.
Plus, as a Certified Success Coach, Linda offers individual, one-on-one life coaching, either over the phone or online through Skype or Zoom.
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“Who among us hasn’t gotten caught in a time warp—like we’re stuck in the same classroom, going over and over the same material in our lives? We become like Bill Murray in the classic movie Groundhog Day, where every day is the same day. That is, until we learn our lessons well enough to pass the tests that life presents.”