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Are you buried by the crushing weight of endless emails, meetings, tasks, projects, and goals at both work and home? Having a system in place to identify your goals, manage your projects, collect your …

Are you buried by the crushing weight of endless emails, meetings, tasks, projects, and goals at both work and home? Having a system in place to identify your goals, manage your projects, collect your tasks, wrangle your calendar, and act on those tasks leads to less stress and more productivity. This session will help you identify the task system best for you and provide tips as to how to best make use of your precious time.

Presented on behalf of Aerial Services, Inc. (ASI) at MAPPS Winter Conference 2014.

Learn more about Joshua McNary, Marketing Technologist, at http://mcnary.me.

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  • 1. February 12, 2014
 @MAPPS
 #MAPPS14 Hack Your Productivity & Get More Done Joshua McNary | Aerial Services | Corporate Development @McNary www.linkedin.com/in/mcnary/ www.mcnary.me
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  • 10. Something missing http://fav.me/d2e391s
  • 11. 7 Habits Method
  • 12. Writing a mission statement is not a “to do” list to be checked off. To be empowering, it has to become a living document. You must ponder it, memorize it, review it, update it, and write it into your heart and mind. Mission Statement Workshop This mission statement workshop may be used to help you create a mission statement or to examine your current mission statement. The questions are designed to help you think deeply about your life. What Matters Most to You? List those things that are most important in your life. _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ How effective are you at keeping these things first in your life? Why? _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ Defining Values The FranklinCovey planner is designed so you can plan your everyday activities in harmony with your deepest values—the core principles that govern your behavior. Your mission statement is a great start to identifying and clarifying your values. All FranklinCovey planners contain a Values form like this one to record your values, which in turn are used to help you create meaningful long-range and intermediate goals. A sample form is provided for your use on the following page. Values Value: Professionalism Clarifying Statement: I am open to the ideas of others. Mission 75 © FranklinCovey. All Rights Reserved. • franklincovey.com • Original–Classic I do excellent work every day. I have a positive attitude. I am a team player. Value: Fitness Clarifying Statement: I am energetic and have adequate strength to accomplish the physical and mental tasks I undertake. I am physically active, getting enough exercise to help maintain a weight consistent with my height and build. Value: Clarifying Statement: Values
  • 13. 29 Perhaps one of the most important accomplishments of my Administration has been minding my own business. —Calvin Coolidge Appointment Schedule • Commitments • Journal Entry • Thoughts & Ideas • Agendas • Conversations Day ___________________ Month_________________ Year___________________ 8 Month 29 Year Daily Notes Day ✓ Completed ➞ Forwarded ✕ Deleted G ✓ Delegated • In Process 9 ➞ ABC Prioritized Daily Task List 10 11 Benefits! 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 © FranklinCovey. All Rights Reserved. • franklincovey.com • Original–Classic Tasks 66 Schedule 67 © FranklinCovey. All Rights Reserved. • franklincovey.com • Original–Classic Daybook
  • 14. Doesn’t always translate
  • 15. Getting Things Done (GTD)
  • 16. Email Projects Calls Inbox Contexts Prospectives Requests Ideas Do Efficiently
  • 17. Not so good. Or at least odd. http://www.gradhacker.org
  • 18. Pomodoro Technique
  • 19. Work 25min ACT Work 25min Break 5min RY Y INVENTO IVIT Break 5min TO DO TODAY NAME DATE AME Big List O’ Stuff Daily Implement
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  • 21. Rotten Tomatoes
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  • 23. February 12, 2014
 @MAPPS
 #MAPPS14 Hack Your Productivity & Get More Done Joshua McNary | Aerial Services | Corporate Development @McNary www.linkedin.com/in/mcnary/ www.mcnary.me

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