Women Warriors - Life's too important to live in Chaos

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Join us on Women Warriors, this Wed (Jan 30) at Noon ET, with our special guest,  Debbie Lehr-Lee, who will be talking about how, “Life's too important to live in Chaos.”  Learn why it’s so important to have great time management skills and what to start doing to help you minimize the chaos.

Deb Lehr-Lee is the Founder of Your College GamePlan.  She is passionate about helping high school and college students who are feeling overwhelmed and stressed by their chaotic life to hone their skills, learn tools and develop a gameplan that will help them manage their busy lives.  In a very short time, her clients feel more confident, less stressed, more productive, happier and ultimately more successful at achieving their life dreams.  She also works with their parents because they are often co-travelling this journey with their kids.  As a mother of three college graduates, she knows it is not easy and can be very stressful for the parents and the family dynamics.

For 20 years, Deb worked for Intel Corporation in various management positions.  Her experience as a program manager for an 18 month rotational new college graduate program gave her insight on the life skills necessary for college graduates to excel and thrive in the work environment.

Debbie graduated from the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC).  She is also a Master Practitioner - Energy Leadership Assessment.  She received her MBA from UC Berkeley and two undergraduate degrees from UC Davis where she was selected the outstanding Senior Woman of the graduating class.  She has been happily married for 33 years and lives in San Jose, CA with her husband and two dogs.  For more about Your College GamePlan and Deb Lehr-Lee, visit www.yourcollegegameplan.com

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