You made it to last Time Wrangling course, go you! By now you:
* Know how to clarify and catagorize tasks into manageable chunks
* Have a trick to beat back the overwhelm when it raises its ugly head
* Most likely have outsourced some of your tasks and have maybe even automated some things too
* Have an electronic calendar system which you are getting to know better everyday
* Have learnt how to focus at a macro level to do your planning
* Might be using the spreadsheet system to work down from your Annual Strategic Plan, to Quarterly Goals, to monthly focus, to weekly tasks
* Have a tool to focus at the micro level so that you can get more done
Now, it is time to add you into the equation. Up until this point we have been learning systems, and tricks, but now, we are going to look at tweaking things so they work for you personally – otherwise this all becomes just another thing that you tried for a while.
The trick to sticking with any new system, is making it work for you. So without futher ado, lets get to know you…
Whats is in THIS course?
This course we:
* Explore your personal rhythms
* Find out where your time is really going
* Discover your goals and desires and match them up to the time you spend
Your mission, should you choose to accept it…
Is to find out more about yourself.
In this lesson we will take some time to really consider what works best for you.
Do you know what time of the day you operate best?
Do you have a time and space where focus is optimized for you?
Do you currently have a self care rhythm that works for you?
We all have natural rhythms and individual needs.
But we don’t always know what they are, so here, we take some time to get to know ourselves because…
When we try and do things according to someone else’s timetable it can feel like we are swimming against the tide, and we certainly get less done.
1. Watch the video.
2. Open the resource.
3. Complete the exercise.
4. Alter your diary schedules to incorporate your new found knowledge.
5. Make a commitment to yourself, stick to your new routines for at least a month, and see how you go. If for example, you decide to get up at 5 am, it is going to take some time for your body to get used to doing that. What I am saying is, anything new needs to be given a decent go before it is dismissed and something else is tried.