Time management 071810

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How to eliminate the feeling of being busy and getting nothing done.

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  • Time management 071810

    1. 1. Goal-Oriented Time Management
    2. 2. I was so busy, but got nothing done.
    3. 3. 3 Steps To Escape That Feeling
    4. 4. Step 1: Establish Your Long Term Goal
    5. 5. Step 1: Establish Your Long Term Goal Make a Coo l App
    6. 6. Apply Kaizen Thinking
    7. 7. Apply Kaizen Thinking Which Means...
    8. 8. Incremental Improvements Add Up Over Time.
    9. 9. Therefore,You Should Devote...
    10. 10. at least 30 Minutes
    11. 11. at least Eve ryday 30 Minutes
    12. 12. Step 2: Get Organized At the end of the day, list tomorrow’s tasks
    13. 13. Step 2: Get Organized At the end of the day, list tomorrow’s tasks (don’t worry about ranking them, yet)
    14. 14. Step 2: Get Organized At the end of the day, list tomorrow’s tasks (don’t worry about ranking them, yet) Then...
    15. 15. Step 2: Get Organized (cont.) The Next Morning, Update To-Do List
    16. 16. Step 2: Get Organized (cont.) The Next Morning, Update To-Do List after Scanning Overnight Emails
    17. 17. Step 2: Get Organized (cont.) The Next Morning, Update To-Do List after Scanning Overnight Emails Stay On the Tracks: RESIST Answering Emails Just Yet!
    18. 18. Categorize Tasks Into 3 Groups
    19. 19. Categorize Tasks Into 3 Groups • Standing Appointments/Projects • Busy Work (but necessary) • Game Changers
    20. 20. Slot tasks into times when you’ll need a Busy Work: break from intensely focused projects. Standing Apt: Conference Call w/ Client Standing Apt: Product Marketing Meeting Standing Apt: Conference Call w/ Client
    21. 21. Slot tasks into times when you’ll need a Busy Work: break from intensely focused projects. Standing Apt: Conference Call w/ Client Busy Work 1/2 hour: Standing Apt: Product Marketing Meeting Respond to emails Standing Apt: Conference Call w/ Client
    22. 22. Step 3: Identify Your Game Changers High Priority Tasks Stepping Stone to Long Term Goal
    23. 23. Slot Your Game Changers Into Your Calendar Standing Apt: Conference Call w/ Client Busy Work 1/2 hour: Respond to emails Standing Apt: Product Marketing Meeting Standing Apt: Conference Call w/ Client
    24. 24. Slot Your Game Changers Into Your Calendar Standing Apt: Conference Call w/ Client Busy Work 1/2 hour: Respond to emails Standing Apt: Product Marketing Meeting Game Changer: Work on iPhone App Standing Apt: Conference Call w/ Client
    25. 25. Slot Your Game Changers Into Your Calendar Standing Apt: Conference Call w/ Client Busy Work 1/2 hour: Respond to emails Standing Apt: Product Marketing Meeting Game Changer: Work on iPhone App Standing Apt: Conference Call w/ Client Game Changer 30 Min: Piano practice
    26. 26. Tackling Game Daily Sense of Changers = Accomplishment Done 1. Game Changer: iPhone app work Done 2. Game Changer: practiced piano Done 3. Product marketing meeting Done 4. Call w/ Google 5. Billing issue; call Joe 6. Fill out travel expenses 7. Edit training manual Done 8. Workout
    27. 27. Tackling Game Daily Sense of Changers = Accomplishment Done 1. Game Changer: iPhone app work Done 2. Game Changer: practiced piano Done 3. Product marketing meeting Done 4. Call w/ Google 5. Billing issue; call Joe 6. Fill out travel expenses 7. Edit training manual Done 8. Workout Even if you don’t tackle everything on your To-Do list, but do tackle the Game Changers, it’s a productive day.
    28. 28. At Week’s End... REFLECT
    29. 29. At Week’s End... What Have I Accomplished Toward My Long-Term Goal? REFLECT
    30. 30. If You’ve Tackled Your Game Changers, the answer should be...
    31. 31. A LOT!
    32. 32. Created By Kevin Ferguson www.SpeechWritingPro.com kevin@speechwritingpro.com
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