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Time Management

  1. 1. Sagar welcomes you… Sagar J Nakrani - Youngest Entrepreneur
  2. 2. What is Time Management? Time as a Commodity Essential Habits Types of Time Over & Under Estimation of Time
  3. 3. Duration Use of Brain 1940’s Only 50% of the brain is being used 1960’s Only 20% of the brain is being used 1980’s Only 10% of the brain is being used 2000’s Only 1 % of the brain is being used Today ???
  4. 4. What is Time Management?  Planning & Goal Setting  Managing Yourself  Dealing with Other People  Your Time
  5. 5. What is Time? • Time is the most precious thing we have • Time is ultimately the most valuable resource • Time and how we spend it within the organization must be managed effectively • Time is totally perishable
  6. 6. Good habits for Time Management  Know where the hours are going  Keep focused on the end result  Work to defined priorities  Schedule time for important issues  Delegate routine tasks and responsibility for them  Confront your own indecision
  7. 7. Good habits for Time Management  Know where the hours are going  Keep focused on the end result  Work to defined priorities  Schedule time for important issues  Delegate routine tasks and responsibility for them  Confront your own indecision
  8. 8. Time Management principles
  9. 9. Time Management Urgent Important Not 1 3 Crises Deadlines Interruptions Meetings Important Weddings Popular Activities Not Urgent 2 Relationship Building Planning Recreation Pleasant Activities Busy work Time wasters 4
  10. 10. Prioritization Grid Priority 2 Priority 1 Priority 4 Priority 3
  11. 11. Quadrant 1 • Being in Quadrant 1 brings –Stress –Burnout –Crises management –Firefighting –Focus on the immediate
  12. 12. Quadrant 3 •Being in Quadrant 3 brings • Short term focus • Crises management • Low value on goals • Feeling of victimization / lack of control
  13. 13. Quadrant 3 & 4 Cycling between Quadrants 3 & 4 brings: Total irresponsibility High dependency on others for basics Short career path in the
  14. 14. Quadrant 2 Being in Quadrant 2 brings: Vision Perspective Balance Discipline Control
  15. 15. Characteristics of a Quadrant criteria to allow a There are six basic 2 Person person to function in Quadrant 2:  Coherence  Balance  Focus  An ability to get on with people  Flexibility  Portability
  16. 16. Quadrant 2 The basic requirements to Requirements reach Quadrant 2 are: Clear definition of organizational roles and specifically your own role Selection of and focus on SMART goals
  17. 17. Saying No & Quadrant To stay within Quadrant 2, there 2 is a requirement that you must say no: • In a professional manner • When items are associated with Quadrant 3 or Quadrant 4 activities • Not important not urgent • Not important but urgent • Will not deliver competitive
  18. 18. Sagar J Nakrani sagarjnakrani@gmai l.com sagarjnakrani@live. com

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