HOW TO AVOID PROPERTY MANAGER BURNOUT

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Real Estate Services with North Highlands,Greenhaven, Rancho Cordova
Sacramento Property Management, Serving Natomas, Sacramento, Elk Grove, Land Park, Greenhaven/Pocket, Roseville, Rancho Cordova, North Natomas, Downtown and Midtown

Proud NARPM Sacramento Chapter Director 2012
 
Stress can be a drain on both your personal and professional lives.  That is why, for our first class of 2012, Sac NARPM is offering a class on how to avoid Property Manager Burnout! 

Topics will include motivation, stress relief techniques, and life management skills. Speaking at this class will be Tracy Saville, Co-CEO at T2 Performance Solutions, Inc. Melinda Penny, Owner of Healthy Balance 3.  And Apryl Alcaraz, Marriage Family Therapist at Life Practice Counseling Group.

February 15, 2012 9am-1pm Bank of Sacramento

Bank of Sacramento
1750 Howe Avenue, Ste#295
Sacramento, CA 95825

Price is $25 for Members and $35 for Non-Members

 

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