Bank Your Time

Bank Your Time

 

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About The Event

Introduction

This training program is unique. It will transform your life by giving you more time to really live. It will reduce your stress and improve your health by allowing you to relax more. It will enhance your reputation for punctuality, productivity and responsibility. It will launch you to greater heights and help you succeed in all that you undertake.

Time is a Resource

Time is the most valuable and least valued resource. People who use their time well are effective, productive, punctual and successful. Such people are considered responsible and much respected. People who do not use their time well are usually late for their appointments, do not complete their tasks on time and, therefore, neither considered responsible nor respected.

Signs and Results of Poor Time Management

How can we recognize poor time management? Poor time management can be recognized in actions and in results. The signals that indicate poor time management include:

  • Arriving late to meetings and appointments
  • Not meeting deadlines
  • Incomplete tasks
  • Poor quality due to hurriedly slapped together things at the last minute
  • Overflowing “In” tray
  • No spare time

When these things happen, work does not get done – at least, work does not get done on time and with quality.

Moreover, poor time management leads to:

  • Overwork
  • Stress
  • Sleep deprivation
  • Tardiness
  • Obesity
  • Irritability
  • Poor anger management
  • Poor reputations, i.e. people expect tardiness, schedule slippage, shoddy work, poor attitude, etc.

Benefits of Good Time Management

There are six areas of problems that good time management can solve:

  • Schedule related, i.e. making and keeping appointments
  • Productivity related, i.e. completing tasks as expected
  • Competence related, i.e. professionalism in execution
  • Quality related, i.e. attention to detail
  • Health related, i.e. reduced stress and sufficient rest
  • Life related, i.e. work/life balance

What does this mean? This means that people who manage their time well are:

  • Punctual
  • Meet deadlines
  • Complete all tasks
  • Give excellent quality
  • Have their “In” trays and email inboxes well in control
  • Organized
  • Prepared
  • Calm
  • Relaxed
  • Have clear goals and work towards them
  • Healthy
  • Successful!

Modern Time Management

Once upon a time … Time management systems only focused on Effectiveness. The important question then was: What is the best use of my time right now? (Alan Lakein, 1973)

Today, we need a combination of Effectiveness, Efficiency, Quality, Flexibility and Focus. The important question now is: How can I get my work done on time while responding to changing conditions?

The answer to this question is: Bank Your Time. Bank Your Time is a goal-oriented, metrics-driven, tactical time and life management system. It is the best choice for today's needs.

Teaching Methodology

Can you learn to play the piano by merely reading about it or listening to someone lecture to you about it? Can you learn to play tennis or golf by attending a workshop where you sit at a desk and watch a multi-media presentation about the game?

This is a hands-on workshop. It is filled with information, memory aids, exercises and activities to involve you and help you change your behavior.