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  • 1. Time Management Play to Win! The Countdown Begins
  • 2. At this talk you will learn to:
    • Clarify your goals and achieve them
    • Handle people and projects that waste your time
    • Work more efficiently
    • Learn specific skills to save your time
    • Overcome Examination Anxiety
    EXCEL EXAMINATION
  • 3. Remember that time is money Ben Franklin, 1748 CARE TIME SHARE SUCCESS
  • 4. Introduction
    • Time must be explicitly managed, just like money
    • Study vs. Examination
    Success and failure depend entirely on how you spend your time.
  • 5. Outline
    • Why is Time Management Important?
    • Goals, Priorities, and Planning
    • TO DO Lists
    • Desks, paperwork, telephones
    • Scheduling Yourself
  • 6. TOTAL TIME
          • 1 week 168 hours
          • 28-day month 672 hours
          • 29-day month 696 hours
          • 30-day month 720 hours
          • 31-day month 744 hours
  • 7. Why Time Management is Important
    • No matter how old or young, how skilled or unpracticed, how knowing or ignorant-we all have a 1440-minute day.
  • 8. The Problem is Severe
    • By some estimates, people waste about 2 hours per day. Signs of time wasting:
      • Messy desk and disorderly books and note books
      • Can’t find things
      • Tired/unable to concentrate
  • 9. BIG ROCKS
    • You don’t find time for
    • important things,
    • you make it
  • 10. Hear me Now, Believe me Later
    • Managing your time well makes you successful.
    • Being successful doesn’t make you manage your time well.
  • 11. Goals, Priorities, and Planning
    • Why am I doing this?
    • What is the goal?
    • Why will I succeed?
    • What happens if I miss to do it?
  • 12. The Basic Rule
    • Having the courage of your convictions
    • Good judgment comes from experience
    • Experiences comes from bad judgment
  • 13. Inspiration
    • “ If you can dream it, you can do it”
    • Walt Disney
    • Disneyland was built in 366 days, from ground-breaking to first day open to the public.
  • 14. Planning
    • Failing to plan is planning to fail
    • Plan Each Day, Each Week, Each Semester
  • 15. TO Do Lists
    • Break things down into small steps
    • Do the easiest thing first
  • 16. The four-quadrant TO DO List Important Not Important Due Soon Not Due Soon 4 3 2 1
  • 17. My Desk
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  • 21. Scheduling Yourself
    • Learn to say “No”
  • 22. Interruptions
    • 6-9 minutes, 4-5 minute recovery – five interruptions shoots an hour
    • You must reduce frequency and length of interruptions (turn phone calls into email)
    • TURN IT OFF!!
  • 23. Telephone: Cutting Things Short
    • When done, get off: “I have someone waiting”
    • If necessary, hang up while you’re talking
    • Clock-watching; on wall behind them
  • 24. Time Journals
    • It’s amazing what you learn!
    • Monitor yourself in 15 minute increments for between 3 days and two weeks.
    • Update every ½ hour: not at end of day
  • 25.  
  • 26. Procrastination
    • “ Procrastination is the thief of time”
    • Edward Young
    • Night Thoughts, 1742
  • 27. Balancing Act
    • “ Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion”
    • Parkinson’s Law
    • Cyril Parkinson, 1957
  • 28. Avoiding Procrastination
    • Doing things at the last minute is much more expensive than just before the last minute
    • Deadlines are really important: establish them yourself!
  • 29. Comfort Zones
    • Identify why you aren’t enthusiastic
    • Fear of embarrassment
    • Fear of failure?
    • Get a spine!
  • 30. Quit Making Excuses…
  • 31. General Advice
    • Kill your television
    • Eat and sleep and exercise .
  • 32. General Advice
    • Never break a promise, but re-negotiate them if need be.
    • If you haven’t got time to do it right, you don’t have time to do it wrong.
    • Recognize that most things are pass/fail.
    • Feedback - ask in confidence.
  • 33. Action Items
    • Start keeping your TODO
    • Do a time journal, or at least record number of hours of television/week
    • Make a note in your day-timer to revisit -At that time, ask yourself “What behaviors have I changed?”
  • 34. The Six Habits
    • BE PRACTICAL: No fair blaming anyone or anything else.
    • BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND: Imagine your funeral and listen to what you would like the eulogist to say about you. This should reveal exactly what matters most to you in your life. Use this frame of reference to make all your day-to-day decisions so that you are working toward your most meaningful life goals.
  • 35. The Six Habits
    • PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST. To manage our lives effectively, we must keep our mission in mind, understand what’s important as well as urgent, and maintain a balance between what we produce each day and our ability to produce in the future.
    • THINK WIN-WIN.
  • 36. The Six Habits
    • SEEK FIRST OT BE UNDERSTANDING, THEN TO BE UNDERSTOOD. Most people don’t listen. You’ll be more effective in your relationships with people if you sincerely try to understand them fully before you try to make them understand your point of view
  • 37. Six Habits
    • 6. SHARPEN THE SAW. This is the habit of self-renewal, which has four elements. The first is mental, which includes reading, visualizing, planning and writing.
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