25 Hour Work Weeks Made Possible with Entrepreneur’s Methods

Stephan Weigelt releases online and in-person coaching system to reduce time spent at work while maintaining success.

NRWGermany - September 17, 2019 —

Stephan Weigelt, a serial entrepreneur and lecturer, is pleased to announce that he has developed a set of techniques that he believes can get business owners’ work weeks down to just 25 hours.

When asked about his decision to share his secrets, Weigelt said, “I have always been painfully aware of time. While I have always been successful at business, I see how overwhelmed so many businessmen and women are around me. 56% of them are overwhelmed and overworked. So, I decided to fine-tune a method that could help others achieve the successful work-life balance that I have. For everyone’s happiness and health.”

Weigelt was diagnosed with an incurable disease at the age of 18 that put his life expectancy at around 54 years of age. Since then, Weigelt has been determined to optimize success while also achieving a work-life balance. Weigelt has worked as a business consultant and tax strategist for as many as 1,400 different German companies. Most of his work has been conducted 1-on-1, but now that knowledge of his methods has become widespread among the world’s business people and entrepreneurs, he has been writing books and giving seminars — online and in-person — to help others achieve success.

Starting as a lecturer at the University of Bonn, Weigelt’s teaching acumen has become well-known across Europe and the world. One attendee of his lectures said, “I really enjoy the way that Mr. Weigelt understands the need to live life. It isn’t all about work, work, work. He understands balance, and he has the practical — not only theoretical — advice that we, as listeners, want to hear.”

While his tips are for all industry types, Weigelt notes that he prefers working with small and medium-sized business owners.

One of the most interesting aspects of Weigelt’s teaching style is his famous role-playing games. Instead of just preaching to the crowd, he takes situations and has his audience members practice their negotiation skills.

More than 40,000 people have attended Weigelt’s lectures. He plans on continuing to write books and enjoying the extra time he has created to spend with his family. Many people yearn for this balance, and Weigelt’s method is there to help, he says.

Those interested in Weigelt’s work and his beliefs in work-life balance should visit his official website or view his books on Amazon.



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About Us: Stephan Weigelt is a Speaker, Business Strategist, Tax-Consultant, Serial Entrepreneur and Bestselling Author. He is also a lecturer at the University of Bonn. From his Background as a tax-consultant developing tax strategies for more than 1.400 clients, he started to share his massive business know-how in 2012 with his first book. He has lectured to more than 40,000 people. As a Speaker he focuses on usable action plans, with an emphasis on taking action while working with his clients.

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Name: Stephan Weigelt
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Address: Am Alten Schafstall 3-5, NRW, 51373, Germany
Phone: +49 214 616 49
Website: https://www.stephanweigelt.de/

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