Date(s) - February 22, 2019
7:30 am - 9:00 am
The Broken Yolk Cafe San Marcos
In today’s presentation Sue will share ﬁve simple shifts you can make this year that will accelerate your achievement in 2019, providing you with greater productivity, priority and purpose. She’ll identify problems that may have held you back from living the life you’ve dreamed of and deserve. Sue will take you through a ﬁve-step process, providing you with a roadmap to get you from where you are to where you want to be in 2019.
She’ll share with you her very own 4-E’s Formula™ to bring more excellence into your daily life, and show you how following the 4-E’s Formula in sequence will lead to higher levels of performance in all aspects of one’s life.
This formula, along with the other shifts, will get one moving toward the best version of who you can become this year.
Sue Crum is an international motivational speaker, #1 best-selling author, high performance coach and certiﬁed trainer of The Canﬁeld Methodology.
Sue loves speaking to groups, motivating them to transform through increased productivity by living their passion, purpose and priorities. Her coaching clients reach heightened levels of clarity, productivity, energy and purpose.
Her mission is to empower others to get on with the life they imagine and deserve through improved focus, better productivity and targeted action. She helps people carve out a path in life so they feel successful, empowered and fulﬁlled, living a life of purpose.
Her latest book, “You’ve Got the Power: Quick Tips to Create Calm, Increase Productivity and Transform Yourself”, has just been released February, 2019. Her earlier book, “Clear Your Clutter: 50 Ways to Organize Your Life, Home or Business So You Can Become More Calm, Focused & Happy” reached #1 in the United States and Australia.
Sue holds a doctorate degree from the University of Southern California, a master’s degree from California State University, Los Angeles and a bachelor’s degree from Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois.
When she is not guiding coaching clients on living the life they imagine and deserve or motivating audiences to improved focus and better productivity, Sue loves skiing black-diamond run in the winter or doing stand-up paddle boarding the rest of the year. She lives at the beach in North San Diego County with her handsome and helpful husband and her neurotic dog from rescue.