In 1982, Dr. Wetmore created the Productivity Institute to conduct his original three-day Time Management and Personal Productivity Seminar for participants throughout the world. Having been in the field of Personal Productivity and Time Management for over thirty years, Dr. Wetmore created this program to address the specific Personal Productivity and Time Management needs of anyone wanting to do more in their day. In the program, he teaches participants how to double their personal productivity both on and off the job and do it in less time, thereby helping participants to get more done in less time and create more balance in their personal lives.

During the past twenty years, Dr. Wetmore has made over two thousand public speaking presentations to thousands of people from around the globe, speaking on Time Management and Personal Productivity principles he has created. His presentations are always entertaining, humorous and down-to-earth, motivating his audiences to advance their own lives.

Don is one of a handful of Professional Speakers worldwide who specializes full-time and exclusively in the topics of Time Management and Personal Productivity. Widely regarded as one of the leading experts in the field, he has been featured nationally on USA Radio, ABC Radio, CBS radio, Bloomberg Radio, The New York Times, Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Gannett Publications, Prentice Hall, Computerworld, PBS, Federal Satellite Broadcasts, and The 700 Club, and his informative Time Management articles and tips appear regularly in hundreds of newsletters worldwide and on the Internet.

Dr. Wetmore received his Bachelor's Degree in Accounting in 1970 from Bentley College, his Master's Degree in Business Administration in 1974 from Babson College and his Juris Doctor Degree from Suffolk University Law School, in 1975.

In 1976, Dr. Wetmore joined the faculty at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, New York, where he has served as Assistant Professor of Business Law for the undergraduate and graduate divisions. Currently, he is Adjunct Professor for the Master of Business Administration Program. He was also the host of the cable TV program "It's the Law". He is the author of "Beat the Clock".

Since 1989, he has been a Professional Member of the National Speakers Association.

Dr. Wetmore and his wife Nancy recently celebrated their thirty-first wedding anniversary and are the proud parents of four children, each of whom is an excellent time manager.