Time Management

E595: Getting Back At It

Ready, Set, Get Back At It!

 

We often have times when we are off from work and it’s always a struggle to get started again when our time off has ended. It’s hard getting back on the horse and getting going. Here is some help.

 

  1. Prepare upfront – before you are going to be away from the office
    1. Write a To Do list for your first day back
    2. Clean off you desk
    3. Leave some open time on your schedule
  2. Getting back on the horse
    1. If you prepared, jump right into your tasks
    2. If not
      1. Clean off your desk
      2. Create a list of “quick hit” items to complete first
      3. Let your email wait
      4. Focus on taking action – one item at a time

E285: Productive Travel Time

Traveling / commuting takes up a lot of time, don’t just waste it.

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E211: Efficient Meetings

Meetings: non-productive blackholes inconveniently located throughout your week.

Can you avoid the mind field?

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E201: Thank You Veterans

Happy Memorial Day and an enormous Thank You to all our military members and their family.

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E196: Time Management Checkup

Are you measuring your performance on a regular basis?

We all need a little refresher now and then.

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E195: Offloading and Getting Help

Time is a very limited resource. Use it wisely by managing what you spend it on.

Are you using your time wisely?

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E191: F.O.C.U.S. – Let’s focus

Sometimes it’s hard to keep going when things don’t seem to be working. That’s when we need to remember FOCUS.

Are you following your course?

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E176: Phone Call Productivity Tips

“The phone is one of our greatest productivity tools and a huge time waster all in one.”

Are you managing your phone calls?

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E166: Daily Productivity System

“Creating efficiency in our organization starts with us and our daily systems.”

How is your system working for you?

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E151: Why Coaching and Email Time Hac

“Make a plan for managing your email and stop wasting time.”

Today I start by explaining why I choose to coach versus working as a consultant and then provide a couple tips to save time with your email inbox.

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