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Bat-chen Grinberg interviewed by brad szollose on Journey To Success Radio

Bat-chen Grinberg is an experienced entrepreneur that specializes in advanced working techniques for the digital era. She was interviewed by Brad Szollose for Journey To Success Radio to talk about her efficiency tips and workshops.

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Some of the topics included were:

 Why do people need to be taught how to work?

 How is MyMethod different from other productivity classes out there today?

Give us some insights of how to be more productive and have less stress in our hectic lives

 Can you explain about 1-2 smart integration of web-tools that you use in MyMethod? 

How do you get people to work 8 hours a day? Everyone works a lot more than that today

"Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve." What if you read this each time you made a phone call, or texted, or received a call? Imagine the possibilities of auto-suggesting this into your mind hundreds of times per day.

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more about bat-chen grinberg

For information and details about Bat-chen's workshops in San Francisco and New York, click HERE

http://worksmarternotharder.tech/

She founded MC Forum, a training center for B2B Marketers & MyMethod – a time efficiency method for tech companies. She teaches her advanced working techniques to start-ups and tech companies in Tel-Aviv, SF & NY and focuses on how to use only the positive aspects of technology, how to balance between work and personal life and how to thrive in our chaotic information era. 

Her career included many major milestones such as producing the biggest Failure Conference worldwide and being the catalyst behind the Amy Award Winner and Oscar Nominated Documentary "Waltz with Bashir". 

Bat-chen is married + a mother of 2 boys, lives in a Kibbutz and is a fierce activist for independent journalism, government transparency, ensuring democracy and human rights in Israel

One of the apps that Bat-chen recommends is pocket. The app has more than 30 million users and over 2 billion items have been saved. You can save almost anything you want, from your browser or from the most common apps.