Time Management

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  • Appreciate very much what you have written. very nice presentation, short and sweet. Good practical approach. However, if vision, mission and objectives of a person is not formulated, he or she may not be able to do things as indicated. He or she will not have a guiding light to do all things. There needs to be a big motivator for a person to manage himself or herself. The big motivator is your vision. Just check Time Management by Maxwell Ranasinghe who attempts to indicate this vital prerequisite.
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  • very nice one ...needs some improvement...Raaj
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  • I want to welcome you to the GSETA Effective Time Management Seminar on how to get more things done with “Getting Things Done”
  • Time Management

    1. Getting More Done with “ Getting Things Done” A free webinar, sponsored by the Garden State Employment and Training Association Effective Time Management
    2. Michele Martin
    3. Goal for the Hour
    4.  
    5. Emails Memos Reports Messages Case files ?!?!?! Meeting minutes
    6. Emails Memos Reports Messages Case files ?!?!?! Meeting minutes
    7.  
    8. 7 Tips for Getting Started with GTD
    9. 1. Write it down.
    10. 2. Focus on “Next Actions”
    11. Project Next Action Vs.
    12. Next Action= Micromovements
    13. Usually we’ll put this on our “To Do list: Write Report
    14. Brainstorm report categories Email Donna about getting stats Write report outline Call John to clarify the customer flow But we need this:
    15. 3. Use the Action Rule
    16. Does it require me to take action . . .
    17. Or not?
    18.  
    19. If it doesn’t require you to do something . . .
    20. I’m not looking for work! Trash
    21. I might need this later. Some Day/ Maybe File
    22. Reference This might be something to consider for clients.
    23. If it does require you to do something . . .
    24. 4. The 2-Minute Rule OR Do It Delegate It Defer It
    25.  
    26. 2 minutes or less?
    27. Do It! Make an appointment? Send an Email?
    28. More than 2 minutes?
    29. Delegate It! Am I the Right Person? No, He Is!
    30. Defer It! Am I the Right Person?
    31. What was that again?
    32. Less than 2 minutes? Do It!
    33. More than 2 minutes? Delegate It! Defer It!
    34. ?!?!?!
    35. 5. Funnel everything through your Inbox
    36.  
    37.  
    38. 6. Organize by context.
    39. Context Lists
    40. 30-40% LESS efficient !
    41. Most Common Context Categories <ul><li>Calls </li></ul><ul><li>At computer (Emails, Online) </li></ul><ul><li>Errands </li></ul><ul><li>In office </li></ul><ul><li>Agendas </li></ul><ul><li>At Home </li></ul><ul><li>Read/Review </li></ul>
    42.  
    43. Brainstorm report categories Email Donna about getting stats Write report outline Call John to clarify the customer flow Phone At computer
    44. Brainstorm report categories Email Donna about stats for report Write report outline At Computer Email Howard re: meeting next week
    45. Call John to clarify the customer flow Phone Call dealer to make appt. for car Call Carol to discuss problems with Jane
    46. 7. Review and prioritize
    47. Read through each task every day
    48. How much time do I have? How much energy do I have? What are my priorities ?
    49. Then you can move through by context .
    50. Getting Through Your Day
    51. Start each day by reviewing your next actions.
    52. Schedule in “blocks”
    53. Check email only 2-3 times per day
    54. Resist interruptions
    55. Remember Parkinson’s Law
    56. Let’s Recap
    57. 1. Write it down.
    58. 2. Focus on “Next Actions”
    59. 3. Use the Action Rule
    60. 4. The 2-Minute Rule OR Do It Delegate It Defer It
    61. 5. Funnel everything through your Inbox
    62. 6. Organize by context.
    63. 7. Review and prioritize

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