Timer Group INTRODUCTION
Name Roll No.
SHUBHANGI BADHANE 02
VIDYA GHULE 20
UTSAV MEHTA 31
JUGAL VASA 58
DIPIKA VORA 59
AGENDA
 TIME
 REALIZATION OF TIME
 TIME MANAGEMENT (10 TIPS)
 WORK LIFE BALANCE
 IMPORTANCE OF WORK-LIFE
BALANCE
 RE...
Time is a Non Renewable Resource
Once it is gone, it is
gone.
You will never see this
moment again.
If you haven’t got tim...
To Realize the Value of:
 ONE YEAR, ask a student who failed a grade.
 ONE MONTH, ask a mother who gave birth to a
prema...
Eighty Six Thousand
Four Hundred
 Each day your bank
deposits:
Rs.86,400
in your checking
account.
 There’s just one
cat...
“TIME MANAGEMENT SECRET”
TIME = MONEY
24 hours per day
X
60 minutes per
hour
X
60 seconds per
minute
=
86,400 Seconds
10 Time Management Secrets
Revealed
 Prioritize.
 Have everything you need.
 Do first things first.
 Set time limits.
...
The four-quadrant TO DO List
1 2
3 4
Important
Not
Important
Due Soon Not Due Soon
80/20 RULE:
 Economist Vilfredo
Pareto identified the
80/20 Rule.
 In any list of tasks,
80% of the
importance lies in
2...
THE JAR EXPERIMENT
Put the
Big Rocks
in First
Be Realistic in your Expectations
 Examine your schedule.
 Be realistic about what
you can accomplish.
 Don’t try to ju...
Learn to say “No”
 Why to say NO
 People will respect you
 People will actually see you as more
dependable
 When you'r...
Divide to ‘Conquer Procrastination’
 A father gave his son a bundle of sticks and
asked him to break it. After the boy
st...
THE ZEN OF TIME USAGE
 Being successful doesn’t make you
manage your time well.
 Managing your time well makes you
succe...
What is Work-life balance?
Definition:
The ability to effectively manage
the juggling act between paid work and
the other ...
Why is balance important?
 Individual
 More value and balance in your daily life
 Increased productivity
 Improved rel...
How do we know we are
out of balance?
Most of us are trying to juggle a range of
activities:
 work and career
 family re...
Reasons of imbalance:
 You’re tired, depressed, anxious, and tense
 Your work performance isn’t as good as it has
been
...
What are the warning signs?
 Physiological (physical)
Heart pounding, muscle tension, shortness
of breath, Dry mouth, hig...
 Behavioural (action or inaction)
Cigarette smoking, use of medications,
drug/alcohol abuse, Over/under eating,
impulsive...
So what can we do about it?
 Leisure and recreation are crucial
components of a balanced and healthy
life…the research sa...
Recreation and leisure …the
benefits
 Provides us with a sense of identity,
away from work activities
 Adds meaning to i...
 Social benefits
 Creates opportunities for socialisation
 Contributes to social cohesion
 Helps us connect and networ...
Tips to Achieve Life/Work Balance
 Elevate self-care to the top priority.
 Create clear boundaries around work time
and ...
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From Dr. SATISH PAI’s CABIN
 Take time to WORK, It is the price of SUCCESS
 Take time to MEDITATE, It is the price of PO...
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    1. 1. Timer Group INTRODUCTION Name Roll No. SHUBHANGI BADHANE 02 VIDYA GHULE 20 UTSAV MEHTA 31 JUGAL VASA 58 DIPIKA VORA 59
    2. 2. AGENDA  TIME  REALIZATION OF TIME  TIME MANAGEMENT (10 TIPS)  WORK LIFE BALANCE  IMPORTANCE OF WORK-LIFE BALANCE  REASONS OF IMBALANCE  TIPS OF WORK-LIFE BALANCE
    3. 3. Time is a Non Renewable Resource Once it is gone, it is gone. You will never see this moment again. If you haven’t got time to do it right, you don’t have time to do it wrong
    4. 4. To Realize the Value of:  ONE YEAR, ask a student who failed a grade.  ONE MONTH, ask a mother who gave birth to a premature baby.  ONE WEEK, ask the editor of a weekly newspaper.  ONE DAY, ask a daily wage laborer with kids to feed.  ONE HOUR, ask the lovers who are waiting to meet.  ONE MINUTE, ask a person who missed the train.  ONE SECOND, ask a person who just avoided an accident.  ONE MILLISECOND, ask the person who won a silver medal in the Olympics.
    5. 5. Eighty Six Thousand Four Hundred  Each day your bank deposits: Rs.86,400 in your checking account.  There’s just one catch.  You have to spend it all in one day.  You can’t carry over any money to the next day.
    6. 6. “TIME MANAGEMENT SECRET”
    7. 7. TIME = MONEY 24 hours per day X 60 minutes per hour X 60 seconds per minute = 86,400 Seconds
    8. 8. 10 Time Management Secrets Revealed  Prioritize.  Have everything you need.  Do first things first.  Set time limits.  Just say no.  Just say yes.  Do one thing at a time.  Ignore the phone and email.  Delegate.  Take a step back.
    9. 9. The four-quadrant TO DO List 1 2 3 4 Important Not Important Due Soon Not Due Soon
    10. 10. 80/20 RULE:  Economist Vilfredo Pareto identified the 80/20 Rule.  In any list of tasks, 80% of the importance lies in 20% of the list.
    11. 11. THE JAR EXPERIMENT Put the Big Rocks in First
    12. 12. Be Realistic in your Expectations  Examine your schedule.  Be realistic about what you can accomplish.  Don’t try to juggle too many things.  Don’t set yourself up for failure.
    13. 13. Learn to say “No”  Why to say NO  People will respect you  People will actually see you as more dependable  When you're selective with your tasks, you'll sharpen your natural strengths  Life will be less stressful  When to say NO  How to say NO
    14. 14. Divide to ‘Conquer Procrastination’  A father gave his son a bundle of sticks and asked him to break it. After the boy struggled, the father took the bundle, untied it and broke one stick at a time.  We procrastinate because the tasks seem too lengthy or too difficult  Divide a lengthy task into smaller, shorter parts that seem easier to complete  Divide a forty page chapter into 10 page sections  Reward yourself after completing each section.
    15. 15. THE ZEN OF TIME USAGE  Being successful doesn’t make you manage your time well.  Managing your time well makes you successful.
    16. 16. What is Work-life balance? Definition: The ability to effectively manage the juggling act between paid work and the other activities that are important to people.
    17. 17. Why is balance important?  Individual  More value and balance in your daily life  Increased productivity  Improved relationships  Reduced stress  Organizational  Measured increases in individual productivity, accountability and commitment  Better teamwork and communication  Improved morale
    18. 18. How do we know we are out of balance? Most of us are trying to juggle a range of activities:  work and career  family responsibilities  social and sporting activities  community involvement
    19. 19. Reasons of imbalance:  You’re tired, depressed, anxious, and tense  Your work performance isn’t as good as it has been  Your personal relationships are suffering  You feel like you’re running in circles and getting nowhere  You don’t feel in control of your own time
    20. 20. What are the warning signs?  Physiological (physical) Heart pounding, muscle tension, shortness of breath, Dry mouth, high blood pressure, Fatigue, insomnia, Weakness, dizziness, Headaches, stomach distress Psychological (emotional) Depressed, helpless, anxious, Nervous, confused, worried, Bored, negative attitude/thoughts, Unable to concentrate, suspicious, lethargic
    21. 21.  Behavioural (action or inaction) Cigarette smoking, use of medications, drug/alcohol abuse, Over/under eating, impulsive behaviour, Fault finding, blaming, overly argumentative, Inflexible, cynical, quickly angered, decline in work
    22. 22. So what can we do about it?  Leisure and recreation are crucial components of a balanced and healthy life…the research says so!
    23. 23. Recreation and leisure …the benefits  Provides us with a sense of identity, away from work activities  Adds meaning to individual and community life  Encourages personal growth and self expression  Increases learning opportunities  Improves mental and Physical health
    24. 24.  Social benefits  Creates opportunities for socialisation  Contributes to social cohesion  Helps us connect and network with others  Can contribute to family bonding
    25. 25. Tips to Achieve Life/Work Balance  Elevate self-care to the top priority.  Create clear boundaries around work time and personal time.  Drop the perfectionist attitude and learn to delegate.  Change your mindset and embrace imbalance.  Stop feeling guilty.  Manage your time.
    26. 26. 27
    27. 27. From Dr. SATISH PAI’s CABIN  Take time to WORK, It is the price of SUCCESS  Take time to MEDITATE, It is the price of POWER  Take time to PLAY, It is the secret of PERPETUAL YOUTH  Take time to READ, It is the way to KNOWLEDGE  Take time to be FRIENDLY, It is the road to HAPINESS  Take time to LAUGH, it is the music of the SOUL Most Importantly: TAKE TIME TO LOVE & BE LOVED…

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