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Productivity Matters

Brian Mason helps professionals and business owners liberate themselves from the daily grind to focus on work they are passionate about and create a lifestyle that makes a difference in the world. With over 15 years of business experience and a passion for time management and organizational efficiencies, Brian works exclusively with professionals looking to create a six figure income mobile lifestyle.

Brian's corporate background includes senior executive roles in financial services, legal and compliance, and operations management for multiple Fortune 1000 and privately-held firms. Brian earned his B.S. in Finance from Bradley University in Peoria, IL and an MBA from University of Phoenix - Milwaukee where he concentrated on the impact of the mobile work environment on traditional office operations management and strategic development.

Brian is a highly accomplished professional experienced in analyzing the work environment, its impact on business issues and developing solutions that mitigate risks, improve operations, and drive productivity. Brian speaks for many entrepreneurial audiences across the globe both live and using webinars and telephone-based seminars.

 
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