We each have the same 24 hours in our day. We probably spend some of those hours sleeping, eating, going to the bathroom, and brushing our teeth. What do we do with the other hours of our day? Are the things we're doing working to get us to the life we're aiming for (or the day, or hour)?
Whether you're looking for new tools to increase your own efficiency, or want a simple tool for your family or clients, this 30 minute workshop (split into easily digestible 5 minute sections) will give you the tools to quickly transform your time management.
Join Tina Long, M.Ed., who uses her expertise in human behavior, instructional design, crisis management, and psychological flexibility to sort out this thing called life. Together, we'll build confidence through the chaos of life with creative problem solving and make peace with the post it notes to be productive while staying present.
What you'll find in this workshop:
- A simple process to sort out where time is spent and how to improve efficiency.
- Tools to identify where people are stuck and where they are thriving (or how to get there).
- A To Do List that will actually get completed.
- A process to increase the effectiveness of time management in groups.
This workshop is available through TheSortingSchool.com student login AND via the mobile Kajabi app. It can be completed (and re-visited as often as desired!) via the web or the mobile app.
1. The Set Up (with accompanying download for repeated digital or printed use)
2. Our Behaviors
3. Is What We're Doing Working?
4. Time Sucks
5. Time Sharing (with accompanying download for repeated digital or printed use)
6. The To Do List (with accompanying download for repeated digital or printed use)
7. Time Management in Groups (with accompanying download for repeated digital or printed use)
1. Identify the difference between inside (private) events and outside (public events).
2. Identify the function of behaviors related to private events and public events.
3. Identify the amount of time spent doing behaviors maintained by negative reinforcement and the time spent doing behaviors maintained by positive reinforcement.
4. Identify examples and non-examples of behaviors that match intended outcomes for individuals and groups.
I can't wait to hear what you do with all of the extra time you find.
Email Tina with questions, or to arrange training for your group: [email protected]