Before you can even begin to manage time, you must
learn what time is. A dictionary defines time as "the point or period
at which things occur." Put simply, time is when stuff happens.
There are two types of time: clock time and real-time.
In clock time, there are 60 seconds in a
minute, 60 minutes in an hour, 24 hours in a day and 365 days in a year. All
time passes equally. When someone turns 50, they are exactly 50 years old, no
more or no less.
real-time, all time is relative. Time either flies or drags
depending on what you're doing. Two hours doing something you dislike can feel
like a lifetime, yet two hours doing something you enjoy can fly by.
live in real-time, a world in which all time
flies when you are having fun or drags when you are doing your taxes. But we try to manage everything by clock
The good news is that real-time is mental. It exists
between your ears. You create it. Anything you create, you can manage.
It's time to remove any self-sabotage or self-limitation you have around "not having enough time," or "today not being the right time”
There are only three ways to spend time: thoughts,
conversations and actions and only you can decide how you manage these
The key content of this 90 time management training session:
By the end of this 90 minute time management training session your learners will be able to: