This course covers the basics of time management. It consists of video/audio lectures that begin with explaining the best places to keep a schedule, and moves to the most effective ways to plan a schedule and ends with best practices to keep yourself on track. This course is not long and is designed not take up too much of your time, so that you can start planning, managing, and saving yourself time as soon as possible. At the end of this course students will be able to effectively plan a schedule that maximizes their time and helps them avoid procrastination and unnecessary stress. Students will also be able to develop self discipline that will enable them to focus on and complete the most tedious things in their schedules so that they have more time to spend with the people and doing the things they love.
A breakdown of how time is spent. After this lecture you will be able to look at any activity and determine how important and urgent it is and whether it's the best use of your time
After this lecture you'll learn three keys to successful time management. You'll also learn about the different options for where to keep your schedule and be able to decide which one is right for you. Remember, there's no universal right or wrong answer. The right choice is the one that works best for you.
This is the most basic way to get organized and get started with planning your schedule. It's also the baseline for the other methods we're going to learn.
Learning to prioritize is an important skill when managing your time. After this lecture, students will be able to systematically prioritize their tasks for the week and at the end of the week look back and see that they got their most important ones done.
The real truth is that time can not be managed because it can't be controlled. Learn the basics of doing what really matters which is managing yourself and keeping your actions in line with the goals and tasks you put in your schedule
Managing yourself isn't easy, but with these five strategies it's on its way. Learn different ways to stay on task and keep focused until the day is complete.
Leymore Mason recently graduated from the University of Central Florida with a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies and a Business Minor. He has spent the last four years in direct sales and sales management, where he interviewed, trained, and managed a team of sales representatives and coached them towards their goals on a daily basis. Through his time there, he developed skills like time management, sales and negotiation, building relationships, money management, and phone skills. After graduating, he left the direct sales industry and has discovered teaching as a way to pass on his knowledge to as many people as possible.
Outside of teaching, Leymore enjoys sports, spending time with his family, and plans to begin taking trips all over the world starting with Scotland in August 2015.