Too Many Balls in the Air? Come to Juggling 101
Written by Lisa Montanaro | August 18, 2009

Do you often feel like you’re trying to juggle all the demands of your life while running in a hamster wheel that is three sizes too small? You are not alone!

The Young Professionals Group of the Orange County Chamber of Commerce is offering a free workshop, Juggling 101: Keeping All the Balls in the Air When Time & Space Are at a Premium, on Thursday, August 20th at 8:00 a.m. in the Larkin Room at the Chamber Business Center, 30 Scott’s Corner Drive, Montgomery, NY.

I will be co-presenting with Donna Johnson of DJ Consulting Services. We will teach the secrets of managing time and space when both are limited and in high demand. While we cannot promise you the powers of telekinesis or time-travel, we can promise a host of useful information to tame the beast in your planner and in your junk drawer.

So, if you are going to be in the Orange County, NY area this Thursday, come learn how to juggle!

Click here for more details or to register.

Hope to see you there!

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Helping others be the best versions of themselves gets me jazzed!

I’ve worn many hats in my lifetime—often at the same time—while enjoying fulfilling careers. I’ve been a performer, teacher, sign language instructor, lawyer, career counselor, law professor, coach, consultant, mediator, entrepreneur, speaker, trainer, writer, and author. 

I’m an eternal optimist and life-long learner, constantly researching ways to improve personal and professional effectiveness. And it brings me great joy to then pass on the results of that persistent curiosity to my clients and audiences. 

Of all the career hats I’ve been privileged to wear, my favorite is owner of this business since 2002. Why? Because it provides me the opportunity to work with wonderful organizational and individual clients. On any given day, I get to connect deeply with audiences, work with dedicated teams, improve workplaces, watch clients have a-ha moments, and know I’ve made a difference in their lives and careers. And that is very satisfying.