Frenship consultant stresses time management, productivity

After 15 years in advertising and management positions, Randy Anderson left it all behind to become a consultant three years ago.

His business career had provided him with a lot of knowledge, but his heart told him God had another path for him.

“I really believe that God is guiding the path that I’m on,” he said.

Now he says he doesn’t feel like he is working at all because he enjoys training, consulting and coaching through his company, e3 Professional Trainers.

The experience he got while working for Ramar Communications, Cox Communications and even The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal helped him get to a point where he could provide advice and help for others, he said.

“I specialize in workplace productivity and personal excellence,” said Anderson.

Many companies are looking for increased production and efficiency as the current economic situation has turned bleak, he said. But Anderson said one way to help increase productivity is to improve the way people spend their time.

“If I can improve the way they spend their time, we improve the bottom line,” he said. Workers appreciate the training because it helps them get their work done and get home to their families, he said.

Anderson said he provides custom training tailored to each industry and area.

Anderson also does motivational speaking at conferences.

Leaving a steady job to start his own business was easier to do because his wife Cathy supported his decision, he said.

Anderson met Cathy when both were college students at Texas Tech. They met at First Baptist Church in the college group, and are now leaders of the student Life Group. Together they write lessons for the Life Group program each week. “It kind of keeps us young,” Anderson said.

The couple’s three children, Clayton, 11, Carley, 8, and Cole, 3, also enjoy their parents’ involvement with the college students, Anderson said, because the college students spend time with the kids.

Anderson’s hobbies include spending time with his children, golf, travel and coaching his oldest son’s basketball team.

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