The 25th Hour: 7 Strategies for Adding Time to Your Day

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Aug 31, 2014 Comments Off on The 25th Hour: 7 Strategies for Adding Time to Your Day

Online Webinar
Tuesday, September 9, 2014, 12:30 – 1:30pm

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Melissa d’Arabian  (MBA ’93) may be well known today as a celebrity chef and best-selling cookbook author, but what many don’t know is that she had a successful career in finance and strategy before beating out thousands to win “The Next Food Network Star.” Now, a busy business owner and TV personality, she works diligently to balance her demanding career with life at home as a wife and a mom to four young daughters – all rooted in her faith.

We all have a limited amount of time each day to get everything done. But what if we could somehow increase that time? Melissa is often asked “how do you do it all?” and in this webinar, she will give you the answers! She will reveal, step-by-step, the strategies she uses to manage her crazy schedule and to effectively increase the amount of time she has each day.  

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

• The one life-changing daily habit that you can implement starting tomorrow
• How to add an hour of productive time to your day (painlessly!)
• Melissa’s best strategy for handling fire drills
• A breakthrough timesaving strategy Melissa developed to cope with having four babies in diapers
• A simple to-do list strategy that reduces stress

About the presenter:
Melissa earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Vermont and her MBA from Georgetown.  She worked at Andersen Consulting (now Accenture), then in corporate finance at The Walt Disney Company before moving to Paris to work for Euro Disney, leading the merchandise finance group. Passionate about sharing her tried-and-true money-saving strategies with local women’s groups, Melissa won season 5 of “The Next Food Network Star,” and became well-known for “Ten Dollar Dinners” – her popular Food Network show and New York Times best-selling cookbook – as well as the host of Cooking Channel’s “Drop 5 Lbs with Good Housekeeping”  healthy lifestyle series. Melissa’s newest projects include: developing and hosting acclaimed series, “The Picky Eaters Project,” serving as a regular judge on Food Network competition series “Guy's Grocery Games,” and debuting her highly anticipated second cookbook, Supermarket Healthy, on December 30, 2014.


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