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Why is it so important to use my 5 Fundamentals to enable you to ‘Live More’? Complexity and disorganisation in your life and business can lead to you being ineffective and feeling overwhelmed. It can create:In this ‘always on’ digital world it’s easy to get bogged down and overwhelmed with an overflowing inbox, information flowing faster than you can deal with it and ‘busyness’ stopping you actually getting the important stuff done including ‘living more’!
Jo Dodds: Today I'm interviewing Penny Pullan of Making Projects Work and author of the soon to be published book ‘Virtual Leadership: Practical Strategies for Getting the Best Out of Virtual Work and Virtual Teams’. Welcome Penny, thanks for joining me. Penny Pullan: Thanks very much Jo for asking. Jo Dodds: Great to have you here. Well start by telling us a bit more about what you do, who you are, and where you do it? Penny Pullan: Okay.
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