Time Management Keynote Speaker – Sample Videos


Keynote Demo

Tell Your Time What to Do:

In her keynotes, Time Management Fixer Helene Segura reveals strategies and tactics to gain back time. Discover how to prevent interruptions, distractions and overwhelm so you can do more in less time.

Seminar Demo

How to Control Interruptions:

This is a popular and often-requested time management seminar. It can be presented as a keynote, but is especially transformational as an interactive seminar or breakout session.

Virtual Presentations

Live seminar: Plug Your Email Time Leaks (excerpt)

Live seminar: Working from Home Effectively (excerpts)

Live webinar: The Accountant (from "Movies, Music, Momentum" series)

Live webinar: Unwritten (from "Movies, Music, Momentum" series)

Note: Chats and discussions could not be included in demo because of client's proprietary information.

Keynote & Workshop Excerpts

Implement Structure and Flow - In order to improve productivity, you must have routines, but also be able to modify and adapt. Your time management is affected by your decisions and reactions.

In these excerpts from events for independent sales consultants (first half) and education directors (second half), you'll see how simple it is to control your time.

What life experiences have you had that affect how you view time? PSA London's request: Keynote - storytelling that incorporates three main time management strategies.

Let's discuss why we feel overwhelmed and how getting organized can relieve our stress. Excerpted from: "3 Keys for Getting & Staying Organized." 

Media Interviews

Does Multi-Tasking Work?
Fight off Procrastination
For Women Biz Owners
Office Intervention
Productivity Tips
Productive Workspace
Stop Losing Time
Organized Travel

Who Says Time Management Isn't Fun?

Meeting Professional A: "Do you ever use humor?"

I was requested by my fellow professional speakers in NSA Austin to perform a 6-minute story related to teamwork. I presented an introductory story to a segment I deliver on productivity and teamwork. Speakers can be a tough crowd, but it sounds like they enjoyed it. What do you think?

Meeting Planner X: "Don’t you ever rah-rah and rev up the audience?"

The audience had just sat through two hours of being read policies and procedures and were not going to be given a break before my segment. Wake 'em up!

Event Planner B: "Do you have video in jeans?"

Late Friday afternoon, I was requested by a conference selection committee to provide by Monday morning a demo video of me presenting in jeans. This is what I submitted.

Human Resources Director: "Time Management is a soft skill."

While this "movie trailer" is mean to be humorous, let's be frank. I'd say there's nothing soft about losing thousands of dollars per year to lost productivity.


Welcome, Meeting and Event Professionals!


Note: Excerpts of interactions and discussions from private custom trainings are not shared because of the proprietary information discussed during those sessions.

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