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The Apex of  Self Management (Stress And Time)
The Apex of  Self Management (Stress And Time)
The Apex of  Self Management (Stress And Time)
The Apex of  Self Management (Stress And Time)
The Apex of  Self Management (Stress And Time)
The Apex of  Self Management (Stress And Time)
The Apex of  Self Management (Stress And Time)
The Apex of  Self Management (Stress And Time)
The Apex of  Self Management (Stress And Time)
The Apex of  Self Management (Stress And Time)
The Apex of  Self Management (Stress And Time)
The Apex of  Self Management (Stress And Time)
The Apex of  Self Management (Stress And Time)
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The Apex of Self Management (Stress And Time)

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Master the process of maximizing your time and talents to achieve results at the point of optimized tension.

Master the process of maximizing your time and talents to achieve results at the point of optimized tension.

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  • Anytime someone perceives a stressor, a physiological change occurs. This physical response prepares a person for “fight or flight,” which is a strategy for survival. It creates a heightened state of excitement, tension, and readiness.Heart and respiratory rates increaseSugars and fats are released into circulation (for quick energy)Blood vessels to the extremities constrictBlood pressure risesMuscles tense (for quick action)Digestive system becomes less activeSense of sight and fear are heightenedSweating occursAdrenalin and noradrenalin are releasedIf the person facing the stressor has appropriate resources to resolve the situation, these physiological effects rapidly diminish and the body returns to the pre-stressor state. If the person lacks the resources to resolve the situation, the body stays in the condition described above. Continued stressors that exceed an individual’s capacity to resolve, result in the person being in an almost continual state of high excitement and tension.Over time, this state degrades one’s physical condition, as it puts the body under a very heavy load. At this point, one begins to see quite a few outward signs and manifestations of this state of continuous fight or flight.
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    • 1. Successful Self Management<br />The 4P’s to Personal Effectiveness<br />
    • 2. Self Management<br />The process of maximizing your time and talents to achieve resultsat the point of optimized tension.<br />Two Key component are how one manages:<br />Stress<br />Time <br />Developing stress and time management skills require commitment and shifting paradigms.<br />
    • 3. Building Blocks of Self Management<br />
    • 4. Stress<br />Types of Stress<br />Biological <br />Psychological<br />Stress is…<br />Highly personal<br />Conditions that create stress usually involve a challenge, threat, important outcome or uncertainty about outcomes.<br />
    • 5. Time Management<br />Personal time management skills are essential to reducing stress. <br />The Pareto Principle (20/80 rule)<br />Efficiency is foundational for survival<br />Effectiveness is foundation for success<br />Think about how are you spending your time?<br />
    • 6. Your perception and attitude about what you control.<br />Perspective<br />Modified from Smith, W. E. “Organizing for Development” in Youker, R.A. A Power Framework for Project Management. Upper Darby, Project Management Institute, 1991<br />
    • 7. Purpose<br />Focus comes from Purpose<br />Focus adds Power to Actions<br />Purpose and Focus are rooted in Values<br />Personal and organizations<br />Purpose & Stress Correlation<br />Events, situation or things that go against a goal or value create stressors<br />
    • 8. Personality<br />Know Thyself<br />One of the most difficult tasks<br />Strengths l Weakness (areas of opportunity)<br />means separating who you are and who you want to be from what the world thinks you are and wants you to be.<br />Until you know what you want to do /Why you want to do it, success is superficial<br />
    • 9. Who Are We?<br />Heritage<br />Career Experiences<br />Generation<br />Attitudes<br />Mentors<br />Friends<br />Defining Events<br />Emotional Events<br />Traditions<br />Values<br />Culture<br />Experiences<br />Family<br />Personality<br />Economics<br />DNA<br />Beliefs<br />Memories<br />Heroes<br />
    • 10. Productivity<br />A by-product of understanding Perspective, Purpose, Personality.<br />Six Productivity Killers & Stress Feeders:<br />Poor Planning<br />Clutter and Paperwork<br />Unproductive Communication<br />Procrastination<br />Indecision<br />Self Overload<br />
    • 11. Organize or Agonize<br />
    • 12. Time and Stress Managers . . .<br />Our perception<br />Our circle of influence<br />Our habits<br />Our goals and priorities<br />Tools & Actions<br />
    • 13. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough we must do.<br />-Goethe<br />
    • 14. Want to learn more about <br />Professional & Personal Development<br />contact <br />Run With Horses ~ Greatness Abounds <br />@<br />610-584-7887<br />info@rwhga.com | www.rwhga.com<br />

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