Time Management


This Time Management Masterclass will enable participants to identify how they use their time and introduce them to valuable techniques for becoming more engaged and aware of the behaviours that affect their personal use of time management. During the duration of this class, participants will come to be familiar with the obstacles to the efficient use of their time as well as their ambitions and long term goals. They will also come to understand why they procrastinate and what stops them from delegating effectively.

In this masterclass we will,

  • Learn – how to control interruptions so they have limited impact.
  • Learn – how to make necessary long medium and short term plans to help you schedule and organise your activities.
  • Learn – about time management and daily, weekly and monthly structures.

London: Address: 60 Chalton St, Somers Town, London NW1 1HS
Manchester: Address: 33 Oldham St, Manchester M1 1JG

SKU: 20-2 Category:


Barak Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Tony Robins. What do all these great people have in common with you? Puzzled. The answer is that they all have 24 hours in a day to be great, to be effective and to build with purpose towards their goal. However, even though time is given to all in equal measure, whilst some manage to achieve so much with it, others continue day after day further away from their goals.

Have you ever wondered how it is that some people seem to have enough time to do everything that they want to, whereas others are always rushing from task to task, and never seem to finish anything? Is it just that the former have less to do? No, it’s much more likely that they are using their time more effectively and practising good time management skills.

Time management is not very difficult as a concept, but it’s surprisingly hard to do in practice. It requires the investment of a little time upfront to prioritise and organise yourself. But once done, you will fund that with minor tweaks in your day and indeed your week and month, fall into place in an orderly fashion, with time for everything you do.

Whether we assign a monetary value to it or not, time is valuable to us. Think about it: How much of your typical work week do you spend stressed about not having enough time to complete a task or reach a goal?

There are lots of different ways to tackle the issue of time management — you can download apps, adjust your sleep time, create lists, etc. But if you don’t fully understand why it’s important for you to better manage your time, those apps and lists aren’t going to help you. If you don’t have the motivation to use them, you won’t.

You have to first look at the big picture. Get a handle on why managing your time effectively is important, and what you stand to gain from it. for example considering these three things;

1. Time is limited – No matter how you slice it, there are only 24 hours in a day. That applies to you, and to your coworker who only seems able to do half the amount of work you do. But it also applies to the former coworker who consistently accomplishes more than you, and was promoted as a result. If you want to rise through the ranks, you have to acknowledge the importance of finding a way to manage this limited resource.

2. You can accomplish more with less effort – When you learn to take control of your time, you improve your ability to focus. And with increased focus comes enhanced efficiency, because you don’t lose momentum. You’ll start to breeze through tasks more quickly (the workday will also seem to fly by).

3. Improved decision-making ability – Whether you rely on a time-chunking technique or discover the power of list-making, you’ll soon find that a nice side benefit of good time management skills is the ability to make better decisions. When you feel pressed for time and have to make a decision, you’re more likely to jump to conclusions without fully considering every option. That leads to poor decision making. Through effective time management, you can eliminate the pressure that comes from feeling like you don’t have enough time. You’ll start to feel more calm and in control. When the time comes to examine options and make a decision, instead of rushing through the process, you can take time to carefully consider each option. And when you’re able to do that, you diminish your chances of making a bad decision.

Invest in yourself and do not delay on your personal development.

If you encountering any problems with using this page or have any questions about the Self Autoring Masterclass then send an email over to hello@mikeomoniyi.com


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