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Time Management

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Angela Dickson

on 4 January 2013

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Transcript of Time Management

Reference

Sherfield, R. M., & Moody, P. G. (2013). Cornerstones for Career College Success (3rd ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson. Discussion
and
Questions - Tony Dorsett “To be successful you need to find something to hold on to, something to motivate you, something to inspire you.” Identify time challenges
Work to eliminate distractions
Identify causes of major stressors
Situational, psychological, biological
Two types of stress
Eustress = good stress
Distress = bad stress
Identify health issues
Exhaustion
Concentration
Appetite/weight changes Stress Management Getting organized can………..

Eliminate stress and anxiety
Create productivity
Set pace for goal accomplishment
Assist in successful environment
Promote healthy life-style ORGANIZATION Eliminate distractions
Plan a few minutes each evening
Purchase or download a calendar
Write down your semester schedule
Write down your work schedule
Write down any events or activities
Create a to-do list
Prioritize by “must do, need to do, and would like to do” Planning and Preparing Which type are you……(p. 166)

The Circler
The Doodler
The Squanderer
The Beggar
The Planner
The Hun
The Passivist Figure 7.2 Time Management Types Figure 7.1 Components of Self-Discipline “Self-discipline is teaching ourselves to do the things necessary to reach our goals without becoming sidetracked by bad habits.”
- Denis Waitley Self-Discipline Do you have what it takes to “Git ‘er Done?”
Can you take control of your life and make the most of your time?


“Time is the most valuable and most perishable of our possessions.”
- John Randolph TIME MANAGEMENT During your working years (age 20-65) you spend an average of:
16 years sleeping
2.3 years eating
3.1 years doing homework
6 years watching TV
1.3 years on the telephone

U.S. Department of Census, 2006 Time – you have all there is TIME MANAGEMENT
AND
SELF-DISCIPLINE How effective are you
in managing the
one thing
you cannot retrieve? - Lee Iacocca “If you want to make good use of your time, you’ve got to know what’s most important and then give it all you’ve got.” Procrastination is not free. Procrastination Time Management
Self-Discipline
Procrastination
Organization
Stress Management/Reduction Agenda MAKING
CHOICES MAKING
CHANGES EMPLOYING
YOUR
WILLPOWER TAKING
RESPONSIBILITY
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