Is there really such a thing as time management? If you give 2 different people $1000 each and come back a year later one of them could have blown all the money and still be broke. The other could have invested their $1000 and have increased their net worth. The same is NOT true with time. If you give 2 different people 1000 hours each the time will pass at the same speed and rate for both of them. Neither can “manage time”. They can’t make more time by investing it. They can’t hold onto time to use it at a later date. What happens in that 1000 hours has everything to do with “self management”. How well the person manages themselves with simple, easy and powerful tools makes all the difference.
There are 4 things that can and will improve your self management and that of your team.
Over the next couple of weeks I will discuss each of these in depth so you can get a better feeling of how improving these 4 areas will change your “self management!
“You are truly blessed with amazing God given talents…”
“I cannot thank you enough for taking time out of your busy schedule to meet with me today. I had such a wonderful day with the kids today and felt a sense of peace I have not felt in a LONG time. Thank you for that gift of rest and reprieve from all the anxiety that surrounds me. You are truly blessed with amazing God given talents; to heal, comfort, encourage, teach, inspire and motivate.”
Louie spoke at Lake Zurich High School for an 88 minute live presentation. He brought a car in and demonstrated general maintenance/safety items (ie: tire changing, jumper cables, fluid top offs…etc). The school did it as an in-school field trip. “Hi Louie and Steve, Just wanted to say thank you again for coming this morning to talk to my classes! To be honest I had no idea you spoke about so many different topics and could bring so much information and diversity to the experience, I really appreciated it. I know it took some of the kids by surprise too, but I think that made it even more effective. I can’t wait to hear their reactions tomorrow, I’ve never seen them shake hands with the guest speaker before so I know you impacted some (if not all) on some level!! I’d love for you both to return next semester if you are willing and able. I’ll only have one class so it will be easier to get them under the hood more and have an open conversation.”Lauren Engelhardt