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Personal Productivity & Time Management

60 seconds in a minute, 60 minutes in an hour, 24 hours in a day, 168 hours in a week--those are the facts. How can you possibly accomplish everything? This workshop in the LEAD curriculum helps with setting prior and recognizing how to be effective

Peter Gunby

on 1 April 2014

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Transcript of Personal Productivity & Time Management

•Evaluate your baseline skills with planning & organizing responsibilities, schedules and tasks
•Understand the cost both personally and professionally of poor time management
•Gain awareness of the difference between urgency and importance
•Organize and prioritize your time more effectively
Urgent isn't the same as Important
Now What?
1.What makes a person productive?
2.Important or Urgent; they’re not the same
3.Plan your work & work your plan
4.Manage your energy and focus
5. Practical tools & tips
Personal Productivity
Making minutes count
Not, counting minutes

Focus on what is within
your Circle of Control
The Clock is ticking...
60 seconds in a minute
60 minutes in an hour
24 hours in a day
168 hours in a week
“Productivity is never an accident.
It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort.”
Paul J. Meyer
The BIG Picture
Plan your work
Work your plan
Pre Work--do well/do better
Setting Priorities
A = Vital
B = Important
C = Some Value
D = Worthless
Plan your day-

night before
Addicted to Urgency?

--Break the Cycle
80/20 Rule-
80% of your results come from 20% of your efforts
When you fail to plan,
you plan to fail

Do the right thing
2nd Habit: Begin with the end in mind
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
by Steven Covey
Time in
the day
Hope is not
a strategy
“What is important
is seldom urgent
and what is urgent
is seldom important.
President Eisenhower
Individual Purpose
SCHS Mission
Professional Standards
Personal Ethics
Circle of Control
Circle of
Circle of Influence
Circle of Concern
Energy Peak--Use it Wisely!
Energy Slump--Be aware!
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