Wisdom in Using Time and Achieving Goals
Do you find yourself constantly distracted at work but feel unsure about what is causing you to lose focus? Are you someone that feels that time passes slowly or constantly lament on the lack of time that you have on your hands? Have you given serious thought to your goals in life? Do you have any concrete plans to better manage your time so that you can achieve your personal goals in life? Everyone is entitled to 24 hours a day. You need to be able to exercise wisdom in using time so that you can achieve your goals.
Despite so, time slips away without us being consciously aware . It may be due to our own disorganization, or disturbances from people clamoring for our attention at work, that distracts us from our important tasks at hand.
In our 1-day ‘Wisdom in Using Time and Achieving Goals’ workshop, you will learn to how to make the most of your time and achieve success in your workplace and life. Specifically, you will be introduced to the 4D strategy to prioritize your work effectively so that the most important things gets done. You will also learn how to use work planners to meet your personal deadlines and to delegate work to others to keep the projects that you are managing on track. Lastly, you will learn how to keep procrastination at bay and energy boosting tips that you can start everyday with renewed vigor to work towards your goals.
Course Objectives – Wisdom in Using Time and Achieving Goals
By the end of the course, you would be able to:
- Organize yourself and unclutter your workspace for peak efficiency
- Recognize the importance of setting and achieving goals and the most useful techniques to do so
- Prioritize your work appropriately and develop plans to systematically complete them
- Identify tasks that should be delegated to improve productivity
- Eliminate distractions that derail workplace productivity
- Manage your time effectively with strategic goal setting
Participants can also consider signing up for our Conquer Procrastination Using Aikido Principles course to overcome their procrastination tendencies.