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February 27th 2014:Violin Maker and The Productivity Pro Give the Formula for Success

Rebecca Elliott is a Violin Maker, is Co-Director and teaches at the Chicago School of Violin Making. Rebecca tells how she was able to break into this historically male dominated profession. Rebecca will address some of the challenges and opportunities there are for women in this profession of violin making and repair. Our second guest is Productivity Pro Laura Stack. Laura will give strategies on how to achieve maximum results in minimum time. She will address the tools you need as a leader to get more done yourself and through others. She will give advice on how to deal with everyday dist

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Laura Stack

Laura Stack, MBA, CSP, is America’s Premier Expert in Productivity. For over 20 years, her seminars and speeches have helped professionals, leaders, and teams accelerate individual and team performance, execute efficiently, and improve output in the workplace. Her company, The Productivity Pro, Inc., provides productivity workshops around the globe to help attendees achieve Maximum Results in Minimum Time. Laura was the 2011-2012 president of the National Speakers Association. Laura has been featured nationally on the CBS Early Show, CNN, NPR, Bloomberg, the New York Times, USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur, and Forbes magazine.Laura is the author of Execution IS the Strategy,
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Rebecca Elliott

Rebecca Elliott is a Violin Maker, is Co-Director and teaches at the Chicago School of Violin Making. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Rebecca played the violin while growing up but realized that she did not want to be a performer. Instead, she studied music therapy at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee receiving her B.F.A. While there she was a violin student of Abram Loft, second violinist of the Fine Arts Quartet. In high school, Rebecca had read a magazine article about a violin maker and his apprenticeship program. After a visit to a Washington D.C. violin shop years later, Rebecca decided to enroll in violin making school.Today, Rebecca is a full time instructor and Co-Director at the
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