Port Tobacco, MD
Monday, February 28, 2011
Top Time Management Training Questions
Often people call us for time management training. They know they feel exhausted, yet they have no idea how they are going to get organized, feel less overwhelmed, and gain some control.
The good news is that there is help. The challenge is that improving one's time management skills is a process, not an event. There is no instant fix and real change takes time.
With that said, the first step is understanding a few facts and answering several questions about what it is important. Facts
- If you keep doing what you have been doing, you are probably going to keep getting what you have been getting
- If you are truly going to make any difference in your life, you have to be prepared to make some changes
- You need to know where you are going if you want to get there
- It takes time to make time work for you
- What are your top three priorities or objectives at work and at home?
- What are the top three obstacles to working on your priorities or meeting your objectives as the moment?
- On a scale of one to ten, how organized would you rate yourself?
- If you are not particularly organized,what are the top three things you think you must do in order to be more organized?
- What is the one activity that you know if you did superbly well and consistently would have significant positive results in your personal life?
- If you know these things would make such a significant difference, why are you not doing them now?
Once you have a roadmap and have identified some key behaviors to change, you will be well on the way to improving your time management goals.
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Port Tobacco, MD