My friend, bestselling author Teresa Dumadag, is organizing a summit for moms and dads who want to learn how to work and make money from home.
Tere, as I fondly call her, is a full-time mom to three boys. She homeschools her boys and last time I checked, she doesn’t have a helper.
Yet, Tere is one of the most productive stay-at-home moms I know of.
If you’re a parent and you want to learn opportunities on how you can stay at home and work from home so you’ll have more time for your kids, check out the HOPE Summit happening on April 22, 2017 at Bulwagang Haribon, Insular Life Corporate Center, Alabang, Muntinlupa City.
Here’s a note from Teresa Dumadag.
What is one time management strategy that you’d like to share with busy moms and dads or even single people?
Tasks that you need to repeatedly do or decisions that you need to repeatedly make should be simplified.
How do you do this? Evaluate your schedule to see what are consistently repeated in your day-to-day life. It can also be a task that you do weekly.
Let me give you an example. I need to plan and prepare meals three times daily for my family. Instead of spending time on this task or activity three times daily, I simplified my schedule and saved time by planning for a 4-week-cycle menu plan for my family. I don’t need to waste time wondering and planning again every day for this. One day, I sat down and came up with a plan. I planned for a well-balanced diet and for variety. I also planned considering the skills of the maids we usually hire. Then, I used this plan as a reference or guide for my daily cooking. I even made a grocery list for one of the 4-week-cycle menu plans I made.
This makes menu planning, doing the grocery and cooking easier for me. When we have a maid, I can also easily delegate because I don’t need to repeatedly ask the maid or supervise the maid closely. Our menu plan is posted on our refrigerator door. If I want the maids or my husband to do the grocery without me, I will just print the grocery list for a particular week and ask them to use the checklist as a guide.
If you want a copy of these tools, check out my blog Hands-On Parent while Earning where you can download these for FREE.
I believe that time is our most valuable resource. Time that is wasted or used up cannot be recovered. We can only keep moving forward and make sure that we make better use of our time in the next days, weeks, months or years of our lives.
Thus, I’d like to invite parents to the Hands-On Parents while Earning (H.O.P.E.) Summit 2017.
This will be a whole day event with the morning spent on a workshop that would help parents improve their time management skills and productivity, so they can ensure that they’d be able to devote time to the things that really matter to them. This workshop called How to Manage Your Time so You can be a Hands-On Parent while Earning will be facilitated by Ms. Teresa G. Dumadag, an expert in time management and productivity workshops. This is one of her signature programs that she has conducted for many individuals and companies in the past decades. She’s also a staunch advocate of work-life balance. She homeschools her 2 older children while breastfeeding her toddler, managing their home, writing books and running her home-based business. She even goes to Mass daily and serves in ministries.
If you want to find out how she is able to ALL that, you need to attend the HOPE Summit.
In the afternoon, she will give a talk on how parents can earn a full-time income while freelancing. Teresa has also worked freelance since she got pregnant with her eldest child around 9 years ago. There will also be a talk on How to Practice Positive Parenting to be given by Ms. Mariel Uyquiengco, a Certified Positive Discipline Educator who also homeschools her 2 older children while breastfeeding her baby and running her online business.
On top of these, there will be a panel interview of parents who are living the H.O.P.E. lifestyle. One of the guest panelists is a Dad who homeschools his children as well while working from home.
Here are the event details:
Date: April 22, 2017
Time: 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Venue: Bulwagang Haribon, Insular Life Corporate Center, Alabang, Muntinlupa City
You can read more details about the HOPE Summit 2017 here: https://www.facebook.com/events/159412991221441/
Slots for this workshop is limited. So we encourage you to register early before slots run out.
PRE-REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/HOPESummit
Also, we’d like to inform you that our Early Bird Rate will be until March 31, 2017 only. You can save P500 when you buy your ticket on or before this date.
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Let me end by sharing one of the testimonials of one of the participants of the previous HOPE Summit.
“I can guarantee that this is a must attend seminar… I’ve attended the first HOPE Summit and I found Ms. Teresa was such a very effective speaker who can mainly touch our hearts with her words. I also thought magaling na ako when it comes to parenting style pero hindi pa pala. I have so manyyy things to learn and I have learned most of those things here in HOPE Summit. I am sure this is really worth every penny of your investment.” – Jenina Tuazon
See you at the HOPE Summit 2017! If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch with Clarice at 0933-4712718 and at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I wish you success and happiness!
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