The key to success is knowing how to successfully organize and manage your time. This Smarter Time Management webinar is for anyone who is often overcome or overwhelmed by endless to-do lists, commitments, information
Here’s what you’ll learn:
• A solid definition of clutter that can help you to qualify/justify each and every item, task or commitment
• The 3-step process for how to get and stay focused on your most important goals/priorities
• Kimberly’s top tips for creating to-do lists and recommendations for reducing distractions/interruptions
• How to recognize and overcome the perfectionism and people-pleasing tendencies that can cause us to become overwhelmed and over-committed
BONUS Handout: Spring Cleaning for your Desk/Office...why and how to set-up a well-organized desk/office.
Hot tip: Smart time-managers work from specific and intentional to-do lists rather than the usual endless to-do list (inbox) that so many have defaulted to using. Having and using a might/maybe list can help you avoid the temptation and distraction that pulls you away from your most important priorities and commitments.
Kimberly Medlock is president of Smarter Training Matters – an easy to work with productivity training, coaching and consulting company. Kimberly is a member of the National Speakers Association, Board Certified Professional Organizer, Microsoft Certified Outlook Specialist, Registered Corporate Coach and someone who hates to waste precious time. She inspires and changes people and companies through her messages about how we can better “get it done while getting along.”
ASAP Webinars count for valuable Certificate credits!
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