Productivity: Treating Your Time With Respect
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About This Class
How often have you heard someone (including yourself) say ‘there aren’t enough hours in a day’?
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but that is nonsense! We all have the same quantity of hours to use; it’s not the quantity of hours that is the problem, it’s how we use them. Richard Branson; built an empire on 24 hours per day. Oprah Winfrey; one of the richest women in the world built her empire on 24 hours per day. Okay, extreme examples they may appear to be but they weren’t given more time to achieve their success, they just got really good at using it.
We live in a time of easy distraction and being honest most of us know we ‘waste’ a percentage of time every single day and by waste I mean doing things that do not provide us with any valued return.
Fact: Time stands still for no one so if you want more time, treat it with the respect it deserves.
Productivity: Treating Time With Respect looks at 4 actions you can take to drive your productivity on a daily basis. One change can make all the difference. 4 can help you smash it!
Introduction: Two skills you need to develop to make the 4 actions work; Focus and Discipline. These are key drivers to being more productive and mastering them through practice will lead you to manage the 4 actions effectively. In this course we are going to cover:
- Understanding & Applying Parkinson’s Law
- How to Create Time
- Active Tracking Tools
- To Thine Own Self Be True – Maximize Your Bird Power!
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Just what I need! I often feel there are not enough hours in the day, but see I can manage them better with more focus.
I enjoyed the course, it was well pitched and organized. it contains practical productivity tools that an be applied in our busy life. Thank you for the extra reading links! that's so helpful to dig more in the subject.
Yvonne Bignall, award-winning personal development educator and life motivator for both lifestyle and business, is the founder of YvonneB Limited, an outlet for her motivational & inspirational work, which she has based on her 7F Principles: be fit, be fearless, create freedom, pay it forward, enjoy friends and family, have fun, and have faith. All of these principles are aimed at one goal, the one goal that Yvonne sees as integral to all other goals worth achieving: Confidence. If you have confidence, you can create the life you want. And the good news is confidence can be built! Yvonne believes in, lives by and teaches the power of building confidence to others each and every day.
For 22 years, she worked in the health, leisure, and well-being industry, gradually acquiring the wisdom needed to effect change in people the way that she does. As someone who believes that learning never ends, she has taken up the studies of social psychology, positive psychology, leadership skills, and MAPP for business growth. Of her numerous accomplishments, she is particularly proud of her finish in the 2015 London Marathon and her numerous successes in the fitness figure world. She has been awarded for her standard of training by a leading UK based global training company and also for her commitment to business start-ups winning “The Best Hobby to Business Support” award 2014.
Yvonne is also the Co-Founder of Love Entrepreneurs, a unique business network helping businesses solve their most challenging issues. With her business partner, Eleri Cosslett, Love Entrepreneurs is championing start-ups and early years businesses where ordinary people are building EXTRA-ordinary businesses.
She is also the UK Director for IMTA Ltd, an international personal & professional development organisation working with healthcare professionals.
Yvonne believes that you don’t really know what you’re potential is until you have to do something; until you have challenges to overcome or goals to achieve’. Yvonne lives life one day at a time and to the full, sharing her experiences and those of her clients to inspire others to push the boundaries of their comfort zone.
Final thought… Don’t get comfortable, get moving. Find your passion, create your dream and live the life you were gifted to live.