Master Your Time (June 2018)


Master Your Time (June 2018)

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Learning to Put First Things First

Life happens — and our truest priorities can quickly feel lost or out of place. But good news: that experience doesn’t need to be your norm. This workshop will equip you with the tools needed to become the boss of your work, time, and life... instead of them being the boss of you.

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Date: Monday, June 18
Time: 10am-12pm
Location: NW Health Foundation (Ramona Room) || 221 NW 2nd Ave #300
$40, individual rate. $50, organization & MCLE rate. (MCLE accreditation pending; email operations[at] for more info)

Note: If you are signing up with company funds, or if you'd like to get MCLE credit for the course, please use the organization rate. 

Often our best intentions for managing our days or weeks get lost in the constant barrage of email, texts, meetings, and other obligations. But you have power to change this scenario. By harnessing your productivity and creativity, you can ensure your intentions and goals lead the way toward the life you want. In this workshop, you will learn to:

  • Discern priorities for your work and life
  • Use healthy boundaries to support those priorities
  • Make better use of your calendar and task list
  • Manage instead of react to email, texts, and other interruptions
  • Take better care of yourself and find time for enjoyment 

Don't let another moment pass with your core priorities getting drowned in the bustle of daily life. The power to master your time and invest in your best ambitions is yours to claim.


Heather Decker is a management coach for lawyers and other service professionals. She helps her clients implement lasting and positive changes in their work and life that lead to greater well-being and career satisfaction. Her experience as a practicing attorney and law firm Professional Development Director leads her to center her coaching around the idea that we must first manage ourselves in order to better serve our clients. She consults with individuals and organizations throughout the Portland Metro area and beyond. For fun, she tries in vain to keep the fridge filled for three teenage boys and takes sunset walks with the family's exuberant Springer Spaniel, Cooper.