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Transcript of Work-Life Balance
What do you love to do?
What do you do that you don't love (or like)?
How do you decide to say "yes" or "no" to a request?
How do you balance your passions with your overall personal and professional goals?
What is it?
Work–life balance is a broad concept including proper prioritizing between “work” (career and ambition) on one hand and “life” (health, pleasure, leisure, family and spiritual development) on the other. A related, broad term also used is "life balance.”
Think back 5 years - what have you achieved?
5 years ago Today
What Areas Have Been a Priority?
: Home, family, friendships
: Growth or development
: Taking time for yourself
: Acquiring new skills
: Social or community events, travel
Time Management Discussion
Reflecting on Goals
Think about 3-5 goals you have over the the next 6 months, 12 months, and five years.
Do you have a mix of goals (personal, career, health, learning, etc.)?
Wheel of Life
Share one area where you feel mostly balanced. What have you done to make this a priority?
Share an area where you would like to improve? How will you regain balance? What shifts in focus will be needed to improve that area?
With a partner share the following:
What are your key accomplishments?
How do these accomplishments reflect your priorities?
Where do you want your focus to be in the next 5 years?
Group 1: How do you decide to say yes/no to a request? What are some ways to say "no"?
Group 2: What strategies do you use to manage your time effectively?
Group 3: How do you avoid procrastination? How do you prioritize tasks?
Group 4: What activities or approaches help you manage stress? How do you avoid feeling overwhelmed?
Distinguish between glass balls and rubber balls
Level 5 - Time Management
Focus on execution - getting the right things done well
Focus on leadership tasks - building relationships of trust, managing big picture projects, making progress toward long-term goals.
Ask yourself "how do I find the discipline to do those key important tasks that I should do?"
Work to make those key tasks habits (21-28 days)
80% of value is concentrated in 20% of activities
20% of activities produce 80% of the result
The first 20% of time spent on a project produces 80% of the result
Learning to monotask instead of multitask
Level 5 Time Management
Level 1: Capture (Make a list)
Level 2: Prioritize (Rank your list)
Level 3: Prioritize Daily Tasks
(Control your time)
Level 4: Week at a Glance (Mission, vision, getting the right things done)
Level 5: Month at a Glance (Recurring tasks that build habits)
Source: Ken Krogue, Level 5 Time Management, Forbes.com