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TIME MANAGEMENT

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on 24 June 2015

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Transcript of TIME MANAGEMENT

TIME
There are
24 hours in a day
Manage events/
aspects in your life in
relation to time.
Your time is valuable &
limited: it must be protected,
used wisely & budgeted

Develop a Time Management
Strategy
Categorize 24 hours
into 3 aspects

Can we manage time?
Personal
Business
Social
Time &
your regular routine
Feel Inside: needs, health, sense of energy, sleep, habits and skills acquired

Personal
Business
Exchange of Services: work responsibilities, home & family responsibilities; what needs to be accomplished, habits and skills aquired

Social
Communication: relationships, perceptions, habits and skills acquired
1. Run out of time doing?
2. Wish you had more time to do?
4. Procrastinate at doing?
Write down what you:
Goal
Achieve Balance
Become aware of Imbalance
Signs
of Imbalance
Run out of time?
Wish had more time?
Production issues
Sleep issues
Stress-anxiety
Health issues
Mindfulness
Franklin Covey recent survey of 350,000 people, respondents admitted to spending 40% of their time on unimportant or irrelevant things.

Be in the moment
Focus on the task
Awareness
Act
Beware of time robbers
Interruptions & Distractions
Give Yourself Permission
3. Interruptions and Distractions?
Measure
your Time Correctly
Adjust bandwidth to fit
Set New Goals
Find Boundaries
Listen to
Inner-self
Give each project & routine
the correct bandwidth
Plan for interruptions
Answering emails
Returning calls
Crisis

“I would love to do that, but,
right now
I’m doing this”.

Schedule maximum of 80% of day

Procrastination
An emotion-centered
coping strategy

Need to Energize
Regroup
Adjust Bandwidth

Control over Thoughts
Creating Space,
Clarity & Balance
What works for you?
Visual
Project Boards
Journal-notes
Calendar

Practice minimum effort to get job done

Plan with the End in Mind
Understand
Requirements
Projects
Routines
Prioritize
Essential
Important
Time Management
Strategy
4-D’s

Do It
Delegate It
Discard It
Delay It
Average adult
attention span about
20 minutes at a time…

What Did You Say?
Energize
Time Management

Finding Balance


Time Management by Sue W. Chapman &
Michael Rupured
http://www.wiu.edu/advising/docs/Time_Management_Strategies.pdf

Progress Principle by Teresa Amabile
http://www.progressprinciple.com/documents/Progress_Principle_Tips.pdf

Resources
Delay It?
Revisit strategies on
Re-energize
Schedule time accordingly
15 30 1hr
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