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!
“An eye-opening experience”
“The Sharp Skills Seminar is truly an eye-opening experience. Louie is a dynamic speaker and delivers his message with a balance of humor, real life experience and audience participation. The pace of the meeting keeps you focused and energized. I expected to be tired after an all day workshop, but left this workshop motivated and eager to try my new found skills. A great workshop for anyone interested in self improvement.”Linda Oliver Send Out Cards – Independent Distributor
“Staff are still talking about your presentation…”
“Sorry it has taken me a week to get this to you. I want to thank you for coming out to the Mundelein Park District and providing us with a great training/presentation. Staff are still talking about your presentation and everyone that I have talked to, or other supervisors have talked to, really liked it and got something out of it. We had a number of staff that could not attend and I was wondering if the video that you taped on Friday is available to show those who missed last Friday. Many of the supervisors are asking about it. Thanks again for doing such a great job, it’s much appreciated.”