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It’s Not Urgent. Really.

The world is waiting for you to interact with it, twenty-four hours a day.

While that may seem grandiose or idealistic, the truth is no matter what the information is, where it’s coming from, or who is sending it, you can control the way that you perceive it, process it and receive it.

I’d like to help you separate the urgent from the non-urgent in your business and develop an effective system…

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Founder — Less Doing /The Replaceable Founder/ Overwhelmologist/Serial Entrepreneur / Ironman / Author / Inventor

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Founder — Less Doing /The Replaceable Founder/ Overwhelmologist/Serial Entrepreneur / Ironman / Author / Inventor

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