Time Management is Focus of College Seminar

Nationally-acclaimed Expert to Lead Feb. 2 Event

Rory Aplanalp, a nationally-recognized leader and presenter in the area of time management, will guide participants through a “whole life” approach to this important topic, when the Montgomery College Leadership Institute presents a one-day time management seminar on Friday, February 2, at the college.

This seminar integrates the multiple and complex demands of an overloaded lifestyle. Taught with humor and real-life examples, participants will enjoy learning skills they can apply to their own conflicting priorities and begin to find direction to their daily lives.

With well over 6,000 presentations across the country to his credit, Aplanalp, a former FranklinCovey facilitator, has positively impacted the lives of millions around the globe.

“This is a great way to start off the year with a potentially life-changing seminar,” said Bonnie Dean, program manager of continuing education at Montgomery College. “Rory is such a dynamic speaker, and participants routinely rave about both his style and his content.”

Dean encouraged attendees to bring their own day planner system. FranklinCovey day planners may be purchased at the seminar for $69 (cash or check).

The cost of the seminar, which begins at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 4:30 p.m., is $226 (including a continental breakfast), and participants must register in advance. To register, attendees should call (936) 273-7446. The course registration number is #25420.

For more information about the Montgomery College Leadership Institute, visit montgomery.lonestar.edu, or contact Bonnie Dean at bonnied@lonestar.edu.

Montgomery College is located at 3200 College Park Drive, one-half mile west of Interstate 45, between Conroe and The Woodlands. For more information about the college, call (936) 273-7000.

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