Become a master of your time, without cumbersome day planners, expensive gimmicks, or turning your life upside down. Our courses teach you how to manage time and events, rather than be managed by them. When you can run your schedule rather than being run ragged by it, then you can look forward to each day.
You can be a high-caliber manager of your time.
If you're really lucky, you have an experienced mentor who is taking the time to teach you these things. And if you are such a person then probably our courses aren't going to help all that much because our course material has the same source. That source being high-caliber individuals who have discovered the best ways to make use of their time.
But if you don't have such a mentor, then our time management courses are exactly what you do need. They will give you that extra edge that others competing with you will wish they had, when they see you shoot on past them in career advancement and accomplishment.
And, of course, there's something to be said for the stress reduction that comes with the proper application of what you will learn in these courses.
Invest in you, for high return on your investment of time and money. These courses provide a very high ROI by showing you how to improve the skills you need to make effective use of your time. Consistently, and without some complex system that drives you and everyone else batty. We provide proven, easily-applied techniques that you can use every day.
For example, our meetings course provides you with insights and techniques that allow you to hold effective meetings rather than being held hostage by meetings that consume your time but provide little in return. This course shows you how to eliminate being held hostage by the poorly-run meetings of others, too. And without alienating them.
We show you how to use time such that it works for you,intead of against you.
Warp Speed Working
Contrary to what many people think, it's not about working more frantically, multi-tasking, or cramming more work into the same time slot.
Timeoften seems like “the final frontier.” We never seem to have enough time. The real problem, for most of us, though, is how we use the time available to us. The typical person wastes more than half the daylight hours available to him or her. Some people waste so much time, a good time manager can do the job of seven or more of them. We’ll show you, in our time managementcourse, how to be a good time manager. And since meetings are typically such huge time wasters, our meetings course shows you how to convert meetings into time.
Consider this true story. A high achiever works in an office with a more senior employee. This high achiever actually accomplishes more work in one day than this other fellow does in three months. That’s a 90:1 ratio.
This occurs because the other fellow is a gross underachiever. By studying their respective methods, you can see what to do and what not to do.
You may see some of your weaker work habits in the underachiever and learn the good work habits of the high achiever. In any case, it is quite possible to get the 9:1 ratio referred to in the headline—this one case alone exceeds that by 1,000%!
One of the keys to effective time management is defining work. Work is not activity, and activity is not work. Most people confuse the two. Mastering the difference is a key topropelling yourself to new heights of accomplishment, without any extra effort—just extra forethought, analysis, and discipline.
Work is what you accomplish through activity. Are you doing any work? Or are you just busy with activity that really accomplishes little? Most of us perform with a mix of both, but the emphasis is on activity.
What we need to do to boldly go into the final frontier of time is engage in what the average person sees as warp-speed working. In truth, you aren’t working any faster—you are simply changing your work methods so your energies go into work instead of pure activity. And we show you the smart way to do that.
Many people learn time management skills by trial and error, and it's the error part that can be especially brutal to your career,your financial security, and your peace of mind.Latent learning (figuring out what you did wrong, instead of not making the error in the first place) doesn't help you with time management problems until after you've already had to suffer through them. This approach is the classic closing the barn door after the horse gets out.
Why put yourself through that? Why not be prepared, instead?
You don't have to go through pain and misery to learn. Our time management skills courses show you what you need to know so you can handle things right the first time around.
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