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Learn about the art of productive laziness with The Lazy Winner. Author Peter Taylor will help you master the strength of saying 'No' and the skill of saying 'Yes' and most importantly, understand how being 'lazy' can make you more successful in both your professional and personal life.
If you've been working frantically but do not seem to get anywhere, put your feet up and ask yourself these questions:
If these questions send you into a mild panic you could be on your way to becoming a busy loser but following the simple ideas set forth in this presentation will set you on a winning course. You will also learn to escape your own limiting comfort zone as Peter explains the concept of the influence of 5 and the relationship of 6. Ambition is a poor excuse for not having sense enough to be lazy, learn what it takes to be too lazy to fail.
Peter Taylor Bio:
Peter Taylor is a dynamic and commercially astute professional who has achieved notable success in Project Management. His project management background spans three major business areas over the last 26 years. Beginning with MRP/ERP systems with various software houses and culminating in his current role with Infor, Business Intelligence (BI) with Cognos, and product lifecycle management (PLM) with Siemens. He has spent the last 7 years leading PMOs and developing project managers. Peter is now focusing on project based services development with Infor.
Mr. Taylor is an accomplished communicator, leader, professional speaker as well as the author Leading Successful PMOs , Project Branding, The Lazy Project Manager, The Lazy Project Manager from Hell and of course The Lazy Winner which is the focus of this webinar.
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