NLP: How to turn "the main asset to achieve goals", time management, to a daily automatic habit

Amgad El-Sakka, Trainer

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25 Lessons (1h)
    • 1. Welcome to the course

      0:23
    • 2. Who the speaker is and what you're about to learn

      2:45
    • 3. A practical activity to prove the importance of this course

      0:57
    • 4. The most thing that you waste your time on is: The "Mentally Drunk" Phase

      0:26
    • 5. Are you "mentally drunk"?

      16:16
    • 6. Besides the reviews; the proof that this course actually works

      0:26
    • 7. Samples of my success .. It's possible

      3:31
    • 8. Learn about the main difference between "successful" and "normal" people

      0:31
    • 9. The Fortune

      1:59
    • 10. Introducing the "Golden Circle" and how to apply it on time management using NLP

      0:27
    • 11. The Golden Circle

      2:34
    • 12. A mid-course wrap up and an introduction to answer "Why"

      0:37
    • 13. HONESTLY.. Why are you going to organize YOUR time?

      2:43
    • 14. Do you "want to" organize your time or do "you need to"?

      3:20
    • 15. An introduction to know my perspective of how to practically gain a habit

      0:29
    • 16. The answer to the critical question: How can a human being gain a habit?

      7:32
    • 17. What I mean by saying "task"

      0:23
    • 18. Preparing to start how to PRACTICALLY turn time management into a habit

      0:34
    • 19. ANALYZE

      3:56
    • 20. Info-graph to show the analysis process

      0:39
    • 21. A template to help you "Analyze"

      0:39
    • 22. CHANGE

      6:30
    • 23. Mindmap to show the "Change"process

      0:28
    • 24. Identifiy whether you have acquired the habit of managing your time or not

      0:22
    • 25. End of the journey: The simplest definition of time management

      2:05

Project Description

Turn time management into a habit with a specific practical program

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In the end of the course you'll need to post what you've applied from section "How" and the 720 hours program.

Something like the following template ....

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