Posted by: Brian Musser | November 29, 2012

Time Management is Spiritual – Tonight 6 – 7:30 PM

Hey Everybody,

I’m doing another CEO presentation tonight the Description is below.  You can stop by and check it out or follow the link to participate online.  I have greatly adapted this presentation so even if you have participated in it in the past it may still be worth your time to go through it again.  The presentation will be archived and “permanently” available for your use after the presentation.

“Time Management Is Spiritual”
Presented by: Reverend Brian Musser, Drexel Baptist Campus Minister
Thursday, November 29, 2012 | 6:00pm-7:30pm EST
CEO LEADership Lab – Greenawalt Student Development Center, Conference Room D
Creese Student Center, Lower Level – 3210 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

*Webcast URL:

Description: In our quest to use our time purposefully it is important to evaluate our time-management decisions by that which we find most meaningful. For those of us who identify as spiritual and/or religious we derive ultimate meaning from our beliefs. This workshop intends to encourage students to evaluate their time-management decisions through the lens of their religious and/or spiritual beliefs. It also hopes to equip these students with basic tools to help facilitate these spiritually based time-management decisions.

RSVP In Advance [Recommended, But Not Required]:

*This Workshop/Webcast is part of the “Spiritual Leadership Specialization Series” in the CEO LEAD Leadership Certificate Program [LCP] and is sponsored by the Office of Student Leadership Development & Traditions.

FYI:  The last CEO presentation Finding Still Waters is available online as well.

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