THE TIME MACHINE WORKSHOP
Do the hours of the day tick by leaving you with no idea how the end of the day appeared? Are you wondering why you have not accomplished what you set out to achieve?
Do you fail to plan your time productively, doing bits of this and that without a road map of tasks, goals and accomplishments to achieve on a daily, weekly, monthly and annual basis?
Does putting out fires affect your evenings, nights and time off? Do these emergencies derail your day?
Are you pre-planning healthy and nutritious meals that will support your productivity, or grabbing unhealthy alternatives on the fly?
Do you jump out of bed eager to start your day and end with a sense of accomplishment and an attitude of gratitude?
Are you one of those people who start the day by hitting the snooze button, only to end the day disappointed, wondering how another day passed and you are still no farther than you were the day before?
If you have answered affirmatively to the majority of these questions, then The Time Machine: The Productivity Solution Workshop is for you!
In this workshop, we will take a fearless look at the negative behaviors, energy zappers and harmful habits that could be blocking productivity and ultimately limiting your ability to reach your full potential. Together, we will explore substitutions and solutions—energy fillers designed to help make the most of your time and life.
In this workshop we will:
Learn how to Eat the Frog, tackle the Worst First!
Make time to take a break; create a list of favorite Break Activities
Create a list of Rise and Shine Rituals
Take advantage of your office Pre-Game and After-Party
Get in touch with your Revival Rituals
Create a list of Self-Care Essentials
Understand and list your Top Brain Fuels
Identify your Energy Drainers and Energy Fillers
Vow to abandon any and all Time Zappers
Take the Technology Time Out
Learn to end the day with an Attitude of Gratitude
Rise & Shine Rituals
Technology Time Outs
Eat the Frog
Attitudes of Graditude
“When you waste a moment, you have killed it in a sense, squandering an irreplaceable opportunity. But when you use the moment properly, filling it with purpose and productivity, it lives on forever.”
~ Menachem Mendel Schneerson