Making Time

Making Time

“Eat a live frog first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day.” — Mark Twain
Personal Effectiveness
Wednesday 5 June
9:30am10:30amUK time

In an energising and fittingly punchy 60 minutes you'll reboot your relationship with time; taking away practical tools for feeling more in control, and getting more done.

Perhaps our most precious resource, time is so often something we don't use with intention or protect with purpose. But there are a programme of tools and techniques proven to up our energy, give us more control, and inspire the confidence that we're wisely investing the finite time we have each day.

Time Awareness is always the best starting point; before defining the different kinds of tasks we could be allocating time too and then blocking it out creatively.

And when we reframe the ideas of efficiency and effectiveness, deal with distractions and become fanatical about focus — we can feel on top of our workload, less stressed about deadlines and more in control of the finite time we all have.

Together, we'll work through a toolkit of proven approaches to achieving all this and more — inspiring all those along to get immediately experimental.

What we'll cover:

• Purposefully prioritising
• Time-boxing and Time-blocking
• Practical steps for boosting our energy
• From FOMO to JOMO
• Urgency Vs Importance mapping
• Protecting our time from others

How the session will be structured:

Led by coach and facilitator Caroline Laycock, we'll combine a mix of instruction, facilitated discussion and putting new tools and techniques into practice together.

Who the session is for:

Anyone wishing to make more of their time and energy, feel more in control of their day and pick up super-practical approaches for immediate use.

Wednesday 5 June
9:30am10:30amUK time
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You'll find those here, downloadable as a PDF. And following the session you'll receive a course pack with a companion eCourse, helpful tools and other curated resources.

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