Life’s Greatest Resource Is At Your Fingertips

Learn To Master Your Time and Take Control Of The Clock

Time Mastery Presented In An Easily-Digestible Format


Become The Master of Every Minute, Hour, and Day


There never seems to be enough time in the day, does there? The fact is, there’s plenty of time each day, but you might not be utilizing it properly. With around 16 hours each day, you can get a lot done. 

This webinar will show you how to manage time, plan out your hours better, learn better self-management, analyze current habits and attitudes, and take steps toward more efficient blocks of time.

A step-by-step guide on how to plan out your blocks of time and take back control of the clock by practicing better self-management. 


  • Analysis of your current time management habits
  • Analysis of your current self-management habits
  • Learn how self-management and time-management are one and the same
  • Learn to say no
  • Learn to block time and assign tasks

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Time Mastery

Time is life’s greatest but most finite resource. It always feels like we’re struggling against the clock, but you can improve the way you manage your time for greater mastery of your resources. After all, time-management is nothing more than better self-management. 

Carole Gill will show you how to take back control of your hours and block out time for specific tasks. Make the most of every hour to increase your sales, productivity, and overall satisfaction with life. 


Your Certification Instructor

Carole Gill is a Wiley Workplace Learning Solutions Authorized Partner, Certified Facilitator and an expert in the Everything DiSC® suite of products. Carole Gill has been licensed by Wiley to provide Everything DiSC Workplace® Certification directly to her clients.

Carole not only teaches it, she has done it. After holding numerous executive positions in the telecommunications, information technology and human resources fields, Carole formed CRG Coaching Partners which has helped implement leadership development processes that have impacted thousands of people.