Personal structure training

Do you want to learn how to improve your personal structure without having to attend a course? Do you want to be able to stay in your office, and get the help you need to establish new structure habits, right where you are? Do you want us to put all the focus on you and your situation?

If so, then the service Personal structure training is just right for you. In this package, it is all about you and your personal structure. You will work together with David methodically in as many one hour sessions as you like in order to clear your desk, get an empty e-mail inbox, and establish a lasting structure that makes you more free and efficient.

David is your personal trainer and coach who you will meet via Skype or the virtual meeting tool of your choice (depending on where you live and on David's travel schedule, he might be able to even come to your office). In-between the meetings you email your questions and ideas to David as much as you want, which means that you have full access to his knowledge and experience even outside of your sessions.

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