Meet Penny Zenker: Focusologist

Penny Zenker is a sought-after fun, interactive and engaging motivational speaker, strategic business coach, and best-selling author. As a master NLP practitioner and Neuro-strategist, she integrated elements of thought, communication, and behavior to provide strategies for boosting productivity and maximizing results for business leaders and entrepreneurs.
Penny’s Expertise is derived from building and later selling a multi-million dollar technology business, managing strategic projects at one of the world’s largest Market Research firms, and later working to double business growth for companies around the world as a Tony Robbins business coach.
Penny’s proven and practical tools and techniques help people to get results quickly.



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Speaker Introduction:

Penny Zenker is a focusologist, an international speaker, a business strategy coach, and a best-selling author. 
Before her 31st Birthday, Penny founded, developed, and sold her first multi-million dollar business while living in Zurich, Switzerland. Later at the world’s 4th largest Market Research company, she managed business unit turnarounds and was a Tony Robbins business coach helping entrepreneurs around the world to double their businesses.
Penny is one of America’s leading experts in the psychology of productivity to eliminate distraction, perfectionism, and self-sabotage to maximize results in every area of your life.
Penny’s book The Productivity Zone was an instant Amazon Best Seller and her TEDx, “The Energy of Thought”, has gained attention around the world. Her engaging, inspiring interactive talks teach people to think and act more strategically.
Penny has been featured on NBC News, Forbes, Inc, ESPN, and Wharton Business Radio among others.

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The Productivity Zone – The Big Idea:

The productivity zone is a simple way to step back and consider and assess what drives success and productivity. It isn’t just about what you do with your time but also how you show up for your time.


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