- 3 years in business meetings
- 13 years watching television
- 2 months waiting on red lights
- 2 months on elevators (in large cities)
- 4 years eating
- 3 months brushing teeth
- 30 days dialing the phone
- 6 months in the shower
- 9 years earning a living (based on 40 hours per week, 50 weeks a year)
Time can be priceless or worthless, depending on how you use it.
- Discover time management strengths
- Develop new skills for improved performance
- Focus on priorities
- Increase productivity
- Meet customer needs
- Respond to opportunities
- Reduce stress
Many of us face a daily dilemma:
Too much to do...
and not enough time to do it.
Effective time management is how we resolve that dilemma. We must make tough choices about what to do and what not to do.
The first step in effective time management may be to change your thinking by understanding that you do have choices and to change the habit of making poor choices, but you must first identify those choices.
Order a Time P.L.U.S. Assessment and properly assess your habitual time management behavior. You will become more aware of what your time management habits are and whether they help or hinder you.
The Time P.L.U.S. Assessment is a unique tool that provides people with a complete, self-directed assessment of their current time management effectiveness. Learners then use the built-in workbook as a framework to develop customized strategies for skills improvement in eleven key areas:
The Time P.L.U.S. Assessment also helps people to more effectively use planners, calendars and other time management tools to accomplish more and find greater balance in their daily lives.