Fuel Your Fire

Choice 5: Fuel Your Fire, Don't Burn Out

Choice 5 is based on the principle of renewal, which is to restore or replenish. Watch as lead author of The 5 Choices and FranklinCovey's Global Productivity Practice Leader, Kory Kogon, goes into more detail on how this choice impacts productivity.

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About the Author

Kory Kogon

Kory Kogon is FranklinCovey's Vice President of Field Development. Kory's focus is to help strengthen the capacity of the field teams to be highly consultative, while driving revenue and renewal within FranklinCovey's new and exciting subscription model, the All Access Pass. Kory is also one of the authors of the Wall Street Journal bestseller "The 5 Choices: The Path to Extraordinary Productivity", in addition to "Project Management Essentials for the Unofficial Project Manager" and "Presentation Advantage". She has over 25 years of business expertise from front line positions to an executive team member. Prior to FranklinCovey, Kory spent six years as the Executive Vice President of Worldwide Operations for AlphaGraphics, Inc.

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