Getting things done has no value if you’re not working on the right things at the right time to move your career, business or life forward. Otherwise you’re just staying busy, filling up your time and “spinning your wheels.”
What you do with your time either yields results or it doesn’t. If you spend your time doing a lot of things, but they’re the wrong things, you won’t achieve the results you want. If you’re multi tasking and doing one thing but your mind is somewhere else, you’re not doing the right things at the right time. If you’re not mindful of how you spend time each day, then how can you possibly find the time to do more of what you want? Becoming aware of how you spend your time will help you do the right things at the right time in the right way. That will give you better work life balance.
Kim Moses is a woman who lives and works with a chaotic, unpredictable schedule and still she manages to stay sane, balanced, organized and highly successful. She knows how to do the right things at the right time.
• We’ll discuss where she puts her focus and the one thing she does every day that gives her perspective and sets the tone for the rest of the day.
• You’ll hear some time management tips to create better worklife balance.
• And we’ll discuss 2 things you can do to let go of some of the stress that builds up so you can focus and save time.
Kim is a principal in Sander/Moses Productions, which went independent in 2012 after 8 years with ABC where she has both developed and served as an executive producer on over 300 hours of prime-time television programming. She is currently the executive producer and director of the hit CBS drama “Ghost Whisperer.” She has co-authored the show’s companion book, “Ghost Whisperer: Spirit Guide.” She has also co-created and written the award winning “Ghost Whisperer: The Other Side” web series, which is now in its third installment: The Other Side III.
She’s also the executive producer of the CBS drama pilot “Reckless” in association with CBS TV Studios. Kim’s other TV executive producer credits include “Profiler,” as well as “The Beast,” “New York News,” “Brimstone” and “For The People,” “Ali, An American Hero,” the Emmy Award-winning “Stolen Babies,” “Chasing the Dragon” and “How to Marry a Billionaire” and the reality series “How’d They Do That!” on CBS.
Kim has co-created with her husband and partner Ian Sander, the Total Engagement Experience, a new business and creative model for television, which uses the TV show as a component of a multi-platform entertainment experience that includes the internet, publishing, music and video games and more, to drive ratings and increase revenue streams.
To learn more about Kim, go to www.sandermoses.com/whoweare