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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.
What would you do if you had an extra 10 hours per week? Stop and ponder that question for a moment. If you had an extra two hours every workday, how would you reinvest that time? Would it be on hobbies? Would it be on friends and family? Would you reinvest it to further develop your career? Really think about this question. If you had an extra 10 hours per week, how would you spend the time? One of the critical elements in becoming more productive and mastering time management is to have a strong motivation in mind.
This motivation is a vision of the future, what you will do or what life will look like once you reached a certain point. It's my experience that those who follow this course get that exact result. They gain at least an extra 10 hours per week of increased productivity in their schedule. So before we go through the process of getting that time, I would like you to decide right now what you're going to do with that time once you get it. Write your answer down and put it in a prominent place where you can see it.
"When I have an extra 10 hours a week I will" and then fill in the blank. As you go through this training, continually look back at that question and remember your personal motivation. There are going to be moments where you find what I ask you to do challenging. A little bit of challenge is necessary for growth, right? So whenever you feel challenged and think you might be tempted to not complete the course, I want you to look back at that card and remember your vision of the future, of what you'll do with the extra time you'll uncover.
That's the motivation behind you going through this training. Always refer back to your motivation, and the likelihood of your success will increase.
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