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You have the time!

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Doctoral Students are our main audience but this webinar by Dr. Toni Hull was great on helping all of us re-evaluate how we use the 24 hours we are given to have the life we are looking for.

Doctoral Students are our main audience but this webinar by Dr. Toni Hull was great on helping all of us re-evaluate how we use the 24 hours we are given to have the life we are looking for.


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  • 1. Sign up to download the e-book for this presentation at: http://www.doctoralnet.com/time.html You Do Have the Time! Here’s how you find it byToni Hull, Ed.D.
  • 2. What could you do in a day if you had to?
  • 3. You Have The Time  We all have the same amount of time in a day – what are you doing with it?
  • 4. Clear your mind, fill your calendar  Purging your mind of all you are thinking about allows you to gain control of your time  Positioning the tasks you need to complete on a calendar allows you to manage the tasks instead of the tasks managing you  Find a calendar or planner that fits your personality and lifestyle
  • 5. Schedule Yourself In  Take a time inventory  Make appointments with yourself often  Do things that recharge you and rejuvenate you  Look for pockets of time that you may not have noticed before and find the tasks that fit the timeframe
  • 6. Productivity, Not Perfection  Start small and allow yourself to make mistakes  A timer can be your friend  Step out of your comfort zone by working towards your goals in no-so-perfect situations or times
  • 7. Plan with your Brain in Mind  We all have unique brains and we must learn when and how our brains work best  To make the most of your time – synchronize your time with your brain – recognize your strengths and challenges
  • 8. The 6 P’s of Time Management  •Purge your Brain – write it all down, everything – even routines you have or would like to create  •Prioritize – Eat those frogs – do the biggest, ugliest task first – remember the Pareto Principle (80/20 rule)  •Position – Take time inventory and then honor your brain when scheduling, include time for you and your Rule of 5 – make a weekly time map  •Perform – Complete specific tasks to move toward goals, do one at a time – multitasking reduces efficiency  •Praise – Celebrate all of your successes along the way!  •Polish – Reassess, adjust and continue forward motion!
  • 9. Wows and Wonders
  • 10. The e-book  Activities to dive into each of the principles  Tips and tricks to help you to master your time  Personal anecdotes that make you think of your own time management strengths and challenges  Continue to connect with Toni at @enchantedleader on twitter for follow up resources and ideas about time management, productivity and personal development
  • 11. Remember this…
  • 12. Upcoming News/Events Monthly Content in Control Panel for Paying Members Upcoming Conferences: Are you lost, confused or stuck? Using the Map for Success Feb 2nd Watch for new calendar of events on front page of doctoralnet.com – with our complete site upgrade