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Mastering Time Management is More Than Learning a Few Tips!

Controlled by the clock

The art of time management has a few sneaky secrets. Everyone wants to learn the quick tips to fix the human problem of “so much to do and so little time.” Imagine Yourself happily shares those valuable tips in this podcast episode. But, we couldn’t stop there. We decided to pull back the layers of why we get entangled in certain habits that sabotage our schedules and really get to the heart of the matter.

Before you listen in, we want to get you thinking about some of the problem areas you might face when it comes to managing your time. Here are a few starter questions:

Are you ready to imagine yourself using your time effectively and efficiently?

Are you honest with yourself when it comes to estimating how long it will take you to get something done?

Are you the type of person who does better with rigid, hyper-scheduling of your day or with a schedule that has a more relaxed vibe? Have you ever tried a strict schedule?

Are you agreeing to do things or volunteering to do things that don’t fit into your schedule? If so, are you doing this because of a fear of disappointing people, guilt, the desire to please others, to feel worthwhile, or to fit in?

Are you winning or losing when you let idle distractions get you off track? Do you have a handle on the time you spend on social media or does it have a handle on you?

These are all challenging questions that we will explore together. It proves that time management is more than just squeezing things into a schedule, and time management is more than just tips!

Press Play to give us a few minutes of your time so that the tips from this episode will help you win back hours to your days and weeks ahead.

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Brian Tracy Time Management Quote
We talked about some of Brian Tracy's time management methods as part of this podcast

We referenced books by Brian Tracy, Lara Casey, Rebekah Lyons and Lisa Terkeurst



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