Time Management Basics v2

Time Management Basics

# of Lessons

12

Duration

1:11:25

Skill Level

Basic

MSRP

$20

Instructor(s)

Barbara Evers and Christina Tankersley

Available Captions

Not Captioned

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Take control of how you spend your time

 

 

You can improve the way you use time. You can avoid patterns and habits that make it difficult for you to get things done. Benjamin Franklin said, “Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that’s the stuff life is made of.”

 

Stop allowing outside influences to control your decisions! Have you ever wondered what sets successful people apart from the crowd? Study the lives of high achievers everywhere. You will recognize one common characteristic: they make good use of their time. If you think you are too busy to take this course, you probably need it most. That’s because time is one of the few things that is equal for everyone. There are 24 hours in a day, and how you use them makes all the difference.

 

Learn to get stuff done. Do you complete tasks at the last minute? Do you often ask for extensions?  Do you think you don’t have time to get everything done? Then this course is for you. It will help you take control of your life.

 

 

Topics covered include:

  • Stopping perception of being flaky, unreliable, and consistently inconsistent
  • Managing expectations and setting yourself up to succeed
  • Taking control of your life by managing interruptions

Course Contents:

# Section # Lesson Length
1 Getting Started 1 Introduction 3:58
2 Conducting a Time Audit 5:22
3 Setting SMART Goals 6:17
2 Owning Your Time 4 Saying No Without Guilt 5:06
5 Setting Priorities 6:05
6 Multitasking 6:58
7 Overcoming Procrastination 5:27
8 Delegating the Right Tasks 6:09
3 Clearing the Way

 

9 Handling Interruptions 6:28
10 Conducting Effective Meetings 4:18
11 Handling Disruptive Attendees 9:02
12 Decluttering Your Email 6:15

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