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Re-Thinking Time Management (for creative folks)
Transcript of Re-Thinking Time Management (for creative folks)
Gustave Flaubert 1. find out where you're wasting your time 2. set goals (eliminate your time-wasters) 3. implement a time management plan 4. fail to sustain said time management plan 5. avoid thinking about time management plan 6. feel really guilty and bad about yourself 7. realize you still haven't finished that article you're writing, and go back to step one. Repeat as necessary. why can't I be disciplined and organized?? negative self-affect
decreased creativity! think about time management differently...
stay motivated by using strengths-based strategies achieve a higher chance of implementation by recognizing that you are unique foster creativity by following and enhancing your energy patterns create sustainable strategies by being, and learning about, yourself a.i. exercise one:
write about a positive experience you've had in time management - a time when you managed your time well (maybe an afternoon that you were highly productive; maybe a period of your life which you remember as very focused).
describe it - what you did, how it felt, what else was going on. exercise two: paired interviews
what felt good about this experience?
what were you doing right?
what other helpful conditions were present?
what are some strengths you can draw on in future, when you're trying to manage your time better? exercise three:
thinking about who you are, and playing to your strengths, what are a few simple things you can do to manage your time better? choose one you can commit to implementing right away. Time Management:
a One Hour Mini-Workshop
By Lise Palmer Consulting time management strategy: