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  • Selling your ideas is challenging. First, you must get your listeners to agree with you in principle. Then, you must move them to action. Use the Dale Carnegie Training® Evidence – Action – Benefit formula, and you will deliver a motivational, action-oriented presentation.
  • Open your presentation with an attention-getting incident. Choose an incident your audience relates to. The incidence is the evidence that supports the action and proves the benefit. Beginning with a motivational incident prepares your audience for the action step that follows.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.
  • Clock are the things what we do with, and how we manage our time Compass what we feel is important and how we lead our lives First generation – Strengths: Flexible, responsive to people, not overscheduled, less stress, Weakness; No structure, things fall through the cracks, commitments forgotten or lost, crisis management, “first things” those in front of you Second generation- Stregnths; tracks appoitments& commitments; more accomplished through goals and planning. More effective meetings and presentation through planning Weakness; Putting schedule over people, More of what you want and not what you need, sees people as means or barriers to goals, “First things” those things on the schedule Third generation more closer to values. Stregths; Assumes responsibity, Connects with values, taps into short and long term goals, Weakness; Make you believe that you are in control. Can lead to guilt, over programming and imbalance. Less flexibility/spontaneity.

Time+mgmt Time+mgmt Presentation Transcript

  • Time management Presented by Sunil Devadiga
  • Opening: Give Evidence...
    • Introductory Tape
  • The Clock and the Compass
    • Clock – Commitments, appointments, schedules, goals, activities
    • Compass – vision, values, principles, mission, conscience, direction
  • Generations of Time Management study
    • First generation – “reminders”. “Go with the flow”, but try to keep track of things. (simple notes and checklist)
    • Second generation – “planning and preparation” (calendars and appointment books)
    • Third generation – “Planning, prioritizing, and controlling” (organizers, planners)
  • Urgency Addition Not important Important
    • IV
    • Trivial busywork
    • Some phone calls
    • Time wasters
    • “ Escape” activities
    • Excessive TV
    • III
    • Interruptions, phone calls
    • Some mails or reports
    • Some meetings
    • Many proximate, pressing
    • matters
    • Popular activities
    • II
    • Preparation
    • Prevention
    • Values Clarification
    • Relationship, building
    • True Recreation
    • Empowerment
    • I
    • Crises
    • Pressing Problems
    • Deadline driven projects
    Not Urgent Urgent
  • A million dollar question! How do we find time for enhancing our ‘SQ’ or spiritual intelligence?
  • When
    • 24 hours are not enough, with so much to do.
    • We are all racing with time.
    • We are living in a competitive world.
  • A demonstration The Big Rocks first
    • Lets fill in the same ingredients in reverse order…
  •  
    • WHAT ARE THE BIG ROCKS ?
  • Our opinions are product of our
    • paradigms and perceptions
    • conditioning
    • environment
    • upbringing
    • society
    • persons whom we associate with, etc.
  • Vedas point out human life is meant for
    • athäto brahma jijïäsä
    SELF REALIZATION or GOD REALIZATION
  •  
  • Prahalad Maharaj in Srimad Bhagvatam instructs
    • One who is sufficiently intelligent should use the human form of body from the very beginning of his life to practice the activities of devotional service.
    • The human body is most rarely achieved and although temporary like other bodies, it is meaningful because in human life one can perform devotional service.
  • Statements
    • Mission Statement
    • Vision statement
  • My Mission Statement
    • Simple living and high thinking are the tools required to live a healthy and god centered existence. I am striving for such a balanced life with my family and friends. In my professional life, I make a constant effort to provide a high level of accountability and help the company meet its commitments by providing enthusiasm, integrity, creativity, and dedication. Spiritual knowledge has provided me an impetus to educate my family, my friends and the community at large the importance of nourishing the soul in order to live a happy life.
  • Balance and Synergy Among the 4 needs
  • Stakeholders (Roles)
  • Stakeholders (Roles)
  • Questions