A Recipe For Success
Mark loves crock pot cooking. Quick, easy, meals in a minute may be popular with some people, but for Mark, letting your meal simmer away for hours at a time will always give you a more delicious end result.
Running a successful business, just like slow-cooking, requires forethought, planning and preparation. The goal is working smarter, not harder, and giving yourself more time in the day.
Running a business can be boiled down to time and money. How much is your time worth? Do you ever feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day? Like a easy-to-follow slow-cooker recipe, Mark Pfeifer brings together ideas to help you be better with planning and time management.
Inspire your team, and teach them to get more out of every day with Mark Pfeifer’s time management seminar.
For more information on the Recipe for Success Seminar, contact Mark Pfeifer.
“We are all here and alive, sometimes we forget how lucky we are. How lucky are we?”
The organisation Salespeople With A Purpose began each of their networking meetings with everyone saying together “I’m alive, I’m well and I feel great!” It’s an idea Mark continues to use in his seminars. He knows it sounds cheesy, but saying it aloud never fails to make people smile.
“I’m the only one who can choose my attitude for the day,” says Mark. “So I might as well make it a good one.” His upbeat personality, ability to uplift others and his engaging delivery have led many of Mark’s clients to call him the ‘Accountant with Attitude.’
As a Chartered Accountant, Mark understands the importance of measuring your business’ progress, growth and profitability. He also knows that success, growth and profitability hold different meanings for every person and business. Allow Mark to encourage, motivate and inspire as your next keynote speaker. His seminars, speeches and workshops around time-management, organisation, increasing productivity, changing mindsets and reaching your goals will change the way your business operates.
On Track With Evernote
Your brain is like a computer. Only using it to store knowledge leaves you with less RAM to power your creative thinking. To keep track of all your tasks and complete them effectively you must have a trusted system. The details of your system might be different to the person next to you, but the principles will be the same.
- Get Organised: However you do it, get your tasks out of your head and into a system where everything can be prioritised.
- Start Your Day With A Plan: Know what you want to achieve that day, that week, that month, that year, in the next five years. Having a plan lets you measure your achievements and progress.
- Just Start: Focus on what you are good at and do it. Don’t let procrastination, a lack of planning or perfectionism get in the way.
Evernote is a fantastic online system that helps you get organised, to start your day with a plan, and focuses you to get started. Mark Pfeifer is one of only seven Evernote Certified Consultants in New Zealand, and is the only one in the South Island. He can help you implement Evernote in your business to maximise your productivity, profitability and value. From sole-traders to teams of a hundred, Mark can train everyone in your business to keep up to date and on track with Evernote.
To enquire about Evernote training seminars, contact Mark Pfeifer.