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How to Increase Focus, Decrease Stress, and Be More Effective in 15 Minutes a Day! | General Meeting, May 17
Fior d'Italia
2237 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
United States
Thursday, May 17, 2018, 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM PDT
Category: Monthly Event

How to Increase Focus, Decrease Stress, and Be More Effective in 15 Minutes a Day!

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Yes, you can simultaneously be a more effective consultant, increase your focus and decrease your stress—plus actually feel happier and more fulfilled.

Learn the proven steps of Pierre Khawand’s Perfect 15-Minute Day Method so you can use mindfulness techniques in a work environment to:

  • Be calmer, feel less stressed, happier, and more fulfilled than ever in your work
  • Increase the effectiveness of your relationships with clients and peers by more skillfully managing your own thoughts, emotions and impacts on yourself and others
  • Thrive in the most demanding work environments.

Come prepared to work: interactive exercises will take you through both individual and partner practices to start achieving these outcomes right away.

Women In Consulting Best Practices Focus for this Presentation:
This interactive workshop format will give you an opportunity to work ON your business and put more of Best Practices #1 and #2 (see below) in place to BUILD your consulting practice.

Join us to learn and actually start putting in place at the meeting:

  1. How to see and be seen by increasing your self-awareness and improving your relationships.
  2. Ask for what you’re worth by being present to what’s possible between you and your client instead of being stressed and distracted. 

The Women In Consulting Best Practices (identified year after year in our annual survey) 

  1. Network to build your business and resources
  2. See and be seen
  3. Ask for what you’re worth
  4. Charge value-based project fees vs. hourly rates
  5. Use subcontractors
  6. Mark up subcontractors
  7. Always collect a percentage of the project fee upfront
  8. Renegotiate fees when the scope changes


Pierre Khawand comes from the software industry where he led several technology ventures and completed successful mergers and acquisitions. He founded People-OnTheGo in 2003. His focus is on productivity, leadership and mindfulness at work. He is the author of several related books and most recently working on a “mindfulness at work” app called to make mindfulness more accessible to more people. Pierre holds a Master’s degree in Engineering from the University of Michigan, and has completed several executive education programs at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.


Includes meeting, heavy appetizers, coffee/tea.

  • Premium members: $40 through Monday, May 14, 2018; $50 after that and at the door
  • Basic Members: $50 through Monday, May 14, 2018; $55 after that and at the door
  • Non-members: $60 through Monday, May 14, 2018; $65 after that and at the door

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Contact us via email and we'll put you in touch with others in your area who would also like to carpool. (Note: By sending us your email, you agree to allow us to release your email address to others who are interested in carpooling.)

VALET PARKING Available for only $9.