Time Management Training Seminars:

We help the participants in our Time Management training workshops to accomplish their time management goals through the use of our Time Management Use Analysis Tools which include  case study analysis, time management skill analysis, group problem solving, priority analysis, time management games and exercises, and on line pre-work.

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Participants in our Time Management training courses will learn:

  • How to devote more time to important activities every day
  • How to prevent those daily “fires” from undermining important goals
  • To identify and communicate goals that keep priorities straight
  • How to design an effective To-Do list
  • How to deal with interruptions
  • The art of delegating low-priority tasks
  • How to organize your “busy work,” errands, etc.
  • How to use Time Blocks to maintain effectiveness
  • How to eliminate most annoying paper work
  • To balance professional responsibilities with personal time
  • To choose and use time management tools
  • How to set goals and evaluate them so that they provide value
  • How to stop procrastinating NOW
  • How to say NO (in a nice way, of course)
  • Identify and arrest time bandits

Time Management:
Time Management Training and Self-Discipline to Increase Your Productivity

In time management, it is inevitable that self-discipline is important. Without self-discipline, how can you expect to be motivated, enthusiastic, and independent?

You know that you need self-discipline, but how do you train yourself to be more discipline so you can get things done?

Training self-discipline is the same as training your muscle. The more you train it, the stronger it gets. And should I remind you, that everyone can do this? I guess not.

To train self-discipline, you need to set yourself to a task.

You should know what you should do, and then just do it. You need to set basic schedule, or framework, of what needs to be completed within a specific period of time. You should be hard on yourself, by not letting yourself procrastinate or do nothing.

When you are trying to be more discipline, try from smaller things first. After you've got used to do small things with discipline, you can then raise the bar to do bigger and more complicated things.

On the other hand, don't be too hard on yourself. Being hard may increase your productivity, but being too hard or too rigid will lessen it. You will even get frustrated or stressed when you do this.

Therefore, you should allow yourself to have some fun or relaxed times during your workday, and let yourself make mistakes as well. Making mistakes are normal.

To train self-discipline, you should also admit your responsibility. You should also not allow yourself being sidetracked by time-wasting distractions and activities. Yes, you do need some break during your workday, but don't let it lead you off-track.

When you have developed the habit of self-discipline, accomplishing tasks will be easier. Your productivity will increase, and help you to move that much closer to success.

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