You have time, you need priorities: Learn entrepreneurial skills with Andrew Mellen on PPAedu Live!

There are never enough hours in the day to get everything done. But whether you have a lot of work or a little, whether you are running a country or running a small business, we all have the same amount of time.  What matters is how you use that time. 

Andrew Mellen is joining PPAedu Live to teach how to get the most out of every day by prioritizing, avoiding distractions and interruptions, and by… eating the frog. In our ongoing mission to help professional photographers bridge the gap, PPA wants you to learn entrepreneurial skills such as prioritization.

PPA’s commitment to helping photographers’ bridge the gap between them and their consumers is our number one priority.  That’s why each week we deliver amazing live content via Facebook, presented by PPAedu Live. The newest program runs Wednesday, March 13, at 2 pm EST. Professional photographers can log in to Facebook and connect with our speakers for free as they teach important topics that focus on attracting clients, running sustainable businesses, developing social media presence, and mastering time management.

For over 12 years now Andrew Mellen, “The Most Organized Man in America”, has been speaking, training, and entertaining audiences from corporate CEOs, bankers, and attorneys, to teachers, parents and artists. As a speaker, Andrew creates an engaging atmosphere to bring a variety of organizational-related topics to life, including organization, time management, project management, sustainability, simplicity, and the intersection of spirituality and simplifying. Andrew’s unique style skillfully blends the best discoveries in scientific research with stories of everyday life, delivered in easy-to-understand language.  Andrew takes the “I’ll do it someday” promise that attendees have made… and makes it TODAY! 

Check out Andrew’s website: https://www.andrewmellen.com/

And his book!                                                                                      

Bookmark the Facebook page now and tune in Wednesday, March 13 at 2 pm EST!