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Award-winning author comes to ASU’s Skysong Center Sept. 1

Posted 8/9/22

Arizona National Live Book Launch has partnered with the Thunderbird School of Global Management & Arizona State University to host Richie Norton’s Live Book Launch event for his new book “Anti-Time Management” at the Skysong Center in Scottsdale.

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Award-winning author comes to ASU’s Skysong Center Sept. 1

Richie Norton, author of “The Power of Starting Something Stupid,” will celebrate the release of his latest book on Sept. 1 at ASU’s Skysong Center.
Richie Norton, author of “The Power of Starting Something Stupid,” will celebrate the release of his latest book on Sept. 1 at ASU’s Skysong Center.
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Arizona National Live Book Launch has partnered with the Thunderbird School of Global Management & Arizona State University to host Richie Norton’s Live Book Launch event for his new book “Anti-Time Management” at the Skysong Center in Scottsdale.

Norton is a graduate of the Thunderbird School at ASU and is excited to be back at his alma mater to connect people to a new way of thinking and living with time, according to a press release.

On Sept. 1 from 11:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m., guests will receive their own copy of Norton’s latest book, participate in networking professionally and also receive a complimentary lunch.

As for programming, Susan Erickson will speak about leadership and the power of an abundant mindset in any organization, and Norton will lead a 60-minute accelerated training using the “Anti-Time Management” book, according to the release.

Norton helps readers discover the answer to the age-old question of “work-life balance” and what to do about it in “Anti-Time Management.”

In a move that illustrates his continued commitment to delivering innovative and transformational books, Norton, the acclaimed, award-winning author of “The Power of Starting Something Stupid,” disrupts the long-held belief that time management is the key to achieving goals, dreams and happiness with “Anti-Time Management,” the release stated.

As further explained by the release, Norton will present the time-centered philosophy of “time tipping,” a fresh perspective that allows people to enjoy freedom of time, location and income by prioritizing attention rather than managing time.

The event is set to take place at ASU’s Skysong Center, Building 1 at 1475 N Scottsdale Rd,

Tickets start at $20. For more information and to purchase the book and tickets, visit www.events.nouri.ai/events/70

Contact samantha@thecmoguru.com for special group pricing for the event and bulk book purchases.

To learn more about Richie Norton and “Anti-Time Management,” visit www.richienorton.com.