09 Dec December 9, 2019 – TetraNoodle Manuj Aggarwal and Attention Management Maura Nevel Thomas
Manuj Aggarwal is an entrepreneur, investor, and technology enthusiast. At the age of 15, he began his career as a humble factory worker, a job he performed for six years before accepting his need to pursue a different path. Manuj overcame many hurdles on his road to self-improvement, not the least of which were his depression, anxiety, and pessimism. Now Manuj uses the knowledge and wisdom he acquired through education and lived experience to help others overcome emotional, cognitive, financial and operational problems that can inhibit the growth of individuals and their companies. Manuj’s newest endeavor is TetraNoodle, a software consulting company where he is the principal consultant, architect, and CTO. TetraNoodle works with startup founders to help them bootstrap their dreams, and trains engineers on cutting edge technologies. With Manuj’s help, his clients bring innovative products to market quickly and efficiently.
Maura Nevel Thomas – Author of Personal Productivity Secrets Do what you never thought possible with your time and attention, and regain control of your life!
Maura Nevel Thomas is an award-winning international speaker, trainer and author on improving productivity and work-life balance. She has trained tens of thousands of individuals at thousands of organizations to achieve greater results through her proprietary Empowered Productivity™ System. A foremost expert on attention management, Maura is often featured in national media outlets such as the Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, NPR, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, Forbes, US News and World Report, and The Huffington Post. She is the author of Personal Productivity Secrets, Work Without Walls, and Attention Management: Breaking the Time Management Myth for Unrivaled Productivity. Maura helps readers transform their lives from a stressful crunch for time into a series of well-ordered and fulfilling challenges. She teaches people how to forget about time management and focus on what we can actually control: our attention. Her newest book describes her four quadrants of attention management, and gives readers necessary information to control our work environment and technology use, bringing a successful and fulfilling life within reach.