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The "I Hate Time Management" Seminar
Everybody Hates It But Everybody Needs It
This time management seminar was not designed to sell a daily planner,
a diary or a new philosophy. It was, however, created to provide participants
with tips, guidelines, time-proven methods, systems, surveys, and analysis
to establish a plan for improved task and time management.
The foundation of this time management training seminar evolved from
several profound, although very basic, principles. Time favors no one.
Today, you and the President of the U.S. began with equal allotments of
seconds, minutes, and hours. Time is one of the few great equalizers.
Time is the most basic of commodities. It costs nothing, but its true
value fluctuates wildly. When wasted, it can cause great losses. When
spent wisely, it lets its investors reap uncountable benefits. Time is
not money; however, it can be spent toward beneficial or profitable ends.
Time cannot be saved; however, it can be wasted.
In order to do something NEW ... you must give up something old. You
are doing something with every minute of your time right now. You have
been using every minute of your available time since you were born. You
are spending all the time there is. You can only improve how your time
is being used. True time management is controlling events rather than
minutes and hours. Participants will examine techniques to do just that.
This time management seminar is essential for anyone who might benefit
from better task and time management.
Some of What You'll Learn
- Assumption Analysis
- The Power of Re-Frame
- Four Keys to Productive Time Use
- The Time Use Improvement Plan
- Proactive Strategies
- Twelve Steps to Lifelong Paper Management
- Ten Commandments of Clutter
- Eight Steps to a "Desk Purge"
- How Well Do You Meet Deadlines
- The "Salami" Technique
- The "Swiss Cheese" Method
- "Early Birding"
- How to Internally and Externally Network
Is your organization interested in our "I Hate Time Management"
seminar? Then contact us today!
Please call us within the U.S. at 800-886-2MAX or send us an e-mail at
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Client Comments about the "I Hate Time Management"
Tina Thornton, Coordinating Producer for ESPN, said:
"Harry delivered an excellent seminar presentation at ESPN.
His seminar, The 'I Hate Time Management' Program, was just the
right presentation offering a wide variety of powerful tools for our
production assistants prior to our rigorous 'March Madness' basketball
"The seminar received a lot of positive response. Harry did a
great job of tailoring his message to our audience. He used numerous
time management examples and bridged his content to effectively fit
our business. As a result, the audience appreciated Harry's humor and
the unique props used to support his strong message. Not only did they
find the seminar interesting and exciting, they began using the tools
and techniques the day following the seminar to become more efficient.
I received several e-mails indicating their appreciation for Harry's
content, delivery, and conviction in what he had to say. They felt that
the seminar was a success."
Ann Marie Krejcarek, Associate Headmaster for Academics
for Saint Andrew's School, said:
"Harry delivered an excellent presentation at Saint Andrew's
School on I Hate Time Management. The audience appreciated
his humor and props. Harry demonstrated effectiveness as a professional
speaker. I would recommend Harry K. Jones to other schools and
businesses for professional development programs."
David D. Allen, R.Ph., Ph.D., FASHP, Associate Dean for
Curricular Affairs and Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
for Texas Tech University Health Sciences at Amarillo, said:
"Harry did a great job and the feedback I've received thus far
has been very positive. Harry's program was very well organized and
really hit the mark. He was entertaining, appropriately humorous, and
did a good job of demonstrating many techniques that faculty members
can utilize to make them more productive while emphasizing and maintaining
balance between work and life outside our jobs."
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