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Effective time management is an indispensable skill. In Time Management Fundamentals, Dave Crenshaw explains how to sensibly allocate time in order to achieve greater productivity. Dave details a set of principles for staying organized, consolidating the workspace, keeping a clear mind, and developing a time budget. Also covered are techniques for managing a full inbox, processing email, and reserving time for the most important activities.
This course qualifies for 2.75 Category A professional development units (PDUs) through lynda.com, PMI Registered Education Provider #4101.
We just took everything unprocessed in your life and gathered it into one place. Do you feel relieved? Do you feel scared? Do you feel excited? Whatever you're feeling right now is perfectly normal. When I've asked clients in the past at this point, how do they feel, many are concerned, because they put all of their unprocessed items into one place but they don't know what to do with it. Now is the time for you to continue on through the training of the rest of the course.
I am about to show you exactly what to do with every single item in all of those boxes. However, we're not going to do it all at once. We're going to take one step at a time, helping you learn new habits, new muscle memory, so that pretty soon processing all these items correctly will become second nature to you, as easy as putting on your clothes each morning. But first, we need to learn a new way of dealing with these items, one item at a time.
Let's move on, and I'll show you the first step to begin processing your inbox.
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