Business Coach Anese Cavanaugh Shares Three Secrets for Overscheduled Professionals to Get More Done and Have More Fun

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In a Blackberry-crazed world where it seems like multi-tasking is the only way to be productive, some contrarians are finding success simply by showing up and paying attention. A new audio seminar explains this and other strategies for active, modern leaders to live each day with more focus, more energy, and far better results.

A typical day for a busy professional includes dozens of business and personal commitments. And, with ever expanding to-do lists, most people go to bed at night exhausted and unsettled.

"For what?," asks Anese Cavanaugh, owner of Dare to Engage® - a coaching organization dedicated to helping leaders consistently create desired results in their lives.

"So many professionals say their life is a blur; they're just going through the motions to get through the day. I show them how to slow down and actually enjoy life by fully engaging in what they're doing at every moment."

To help active, modern leaders live each day with more focus, more energy, and far better results, Cavanaugh recorded a free audio seminar called, "3 Key Strategies to Lead Your Energy and Create Results (In Business, In Life, & in Leadership)." The seminar is available at http://www.daretoengage.com/.

Among the practical applications for being present in the moment that Cavanaugh suggests in the audio are an easy way for active professionals to increase their energy level, and how to bring fun into even the most serious business responsibilities.

Cavanaugh believes that for leaders looking to have a big impact on their team, daring to be fully engaged is contagious. She adds that one person's level of engagement can determine the difference between engaging and inspiring others to get involved or completely turning them off.

"Really engaging in what you do means the difference between doing things half-way and distracted - or doing things in a manner that is invigorating and totally rewarding," emphasizes Cavanaugh.

Anese Cavanaugh
Dare to Engage®
Phone: 1-877-994-DARE
anese(at)daretoengage.com
http://www.DareToEngage.com

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