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Ivy League studies have routinely shown a correlation between goal-setting and "success" yet studies also show that only about 3% of our population ACTUALLY bothers to set goals. We ARE NOT talking about "hopes" "wishes" "dreams" or any figment of our imaginations that we have not TAKEN ACTION towards realizing! We are talking about "coach-able" GOALS that, at MINIMUM, meet the popular "S.M.A.R.T" criteria that many "goal setters" claim to be familiar with...or any criteria that includes Accountability (we'll explain). The first thing this course will do, however, is BREAK DOWN the difficulties in setting goals. We'll give FIVE ANSWERS to the critical question: Even knowing that it leads to success, why do most of us FAIL TO SET GOALS? Next, this course will teach you Get A Klu's S.M.A.A.R.T. criteria and Goal Setting Methodology! Don't just set S.M.A.R.T goals, set S.M.A.A.R.T GOALS! Find out what is wrong with the "S.M.A.R.T." goal-setting model and decide for your self if Get A Klu's S.M.A.A.R.T. goal-setting criteria and methodology is right for YOU! Step by step, you will learn how to set Goals EXACTLY how we teach our Coaches and Clients...giving you a "that was half the battle" mentality that makes it impossible NOT to pursue the life you really want! Finally, if there are any live participants/volunteers in the session, we'll do some LIVE COACHING specifically on Goal Setting and see Jeff Klubeck AND his S.M.A.A.R.T. Methodology IN ACTION! I hope you can join us LIVE on October 1st at 8:30 p.m. PST.
To have a tomorrow that is better than today, you've got to go in with a plan. From the moment you wake up, your body and mind both seek "routine" Over time, what you call "normal" - your practiced, everyday habits - has created the life you are currently experiencing. If it is time to change normal, here are the 10 things to do.
Mr. Womack is the author of the best-selling book, Your Best Just Got Better: Work Smarter, Think Bigger, Make More. In this 45 minutes session, he will share the top four tips to managing your productivity more effectively and getting more done during your work day. You will learn how to: + Set the right number of goals to work on in 4-month cycles + Focus on your highest priority work, during the most productive time of the day + Identify techniques to more quickly move through managing (and responding to) email + Schedule and facilitate more effective meetings with clear agendas and productive outcomes
Turbo-charge your productivity and gain an hour a day. Learn tips and techniques that will save you time, boost your energy and reduce stress. In this 24/7 world of instant information, you have to make every moment count. If you ever wished you could have more hours in the day, make time for this 1 hour webinar. Organization and productivity expert Lisa Zaslow will teach you: - The dirty secret that other time management courses don’t tell you - The 7 biggest time wasters you must avoid - How to power-plan your day - Time magic: work less and get more done - The ridiculously simple time management tool you must use
Organization Expert and NYC Professional Organizer Lisa Zaslow teaches you her proven 5 step process to organize your office. The average business person wastes an hour a day due to disorganization - reclaim that lost time! You'll be able to immediately happy what you learn to solve common problems such as: clutter; inefficient use of space; chaotic filing systems; misplaced information and items. Register even if you can't attend live: the session will be recorded and you can watch any time.
Dr. Heidi Hanna
Career Development > Productivity
Recorded: Oct 02, 2012 at 11:30 am EST
Learn how Amy Jo Martin's book Renegades Write the Rules has completely changed the way I run my business and my life! This is a free class, and I will be able to send you a FREE copy of Amy's e-book for all who sign up. If you can't attend live, sign up anyway and I'll send you the book for watching the replay! I hope this class will bless you the way Amy Jo's book has blessed me. For more info on the book, visit www.renegadeswritetherules.com. Hope to see you soon - HH
The first day of school is a universal time of change for all parents of school-age children. And though much has suddenly changed in our children’s lives, much has stayed the same in some: disorganized bedrooms, poor time management, lack of discipline, and stress. As parents, it’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of settling our children into the new school year and making sure they’re comfortable that we forget about the ongoing struggles our children endure the rest of the year. According to John Stamm, Ph.D., and Bill Stockton (Psych Savvy: Children and Organizational Skills), “School failure and unhappiness in the school setting can be often traced to poor organizational skills.” Evidence shows that children having trouble “dramatically improved their school performance because of assistance in becoming better organized.” There are several important areas where you can help your children get organized and keep their home and school lives running smoothly, setting them up for success later in life.
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I fly over 100,000 miles a year on United Airlines. It’s a job hazard as a professional speaker. Parts of it I hate, and some things I actually enjoy, such as working uninterrupted on a plane. I know not everyone has the natural ability to live out of a suitcase or do business from a laptop bag. However, with a little practice, you can learn how to make the most of your travel time. It’s amazing what you can get done when you put some miles between yourself and the usual distractions of everyday life.
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The subject of this ebook is focusing on your work and maintaining your concentration in an environment of distraction. It is so difficult to keep our minds sharp and our brains fit, with so many diversions competing for our attention. I was an avid reader growing up. I’ve read The Little House on the Prairie series probably thirty times and an unknown number of Black Beauty and Nancy Drew novels. I remember sitting for hours in the corner of our living room in my Daddy’s favorite recliner, absorbed in stories. Occasionally my mother would storm into the living room, upset. “Didn’t you hear me call you?” she would ask. I’d look at her strangely, and as I came back to reality, and answer sincerely, “No Mommy, I didn’t.” I truly didn’t hear her, because I was so focused.
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In my most recent book, SuperCompetent (John Wiley and Sons, 2010), I identified and described six keys that anyone can use in the workplace to maximize their performance: Activity, Availability, Attention, Accessibility, Accountability, and Attitude. Recently, I've been considering how all six affect C-Suite executives—that is, upper-level executives like the CEO, CFO, CIO, Presidents, VPs, and Directors. What issues, concerns, and challenges do senior leaders face in these areas?
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Do you get 100 emails every day? Do you feel like you’re slowly drowning in a sea of paper? Does the sight of your messy office and overflowing email in-box frustrate you? Then this e-book is for you! You may work hard. But if you’re disorganized, every step is a struggle. In this age of downsizing and a do-more-with-less mentality, efficiency is more important than ever before. This e-book will help professionals, managers, and administrative staff stay on top of things. You will gain scores of new tips and techniques for bringing order into your life, personally and professionally! Make it a productive day!
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Good leaders understand that time management is not about squeezing more into their days; it’s about you and your people spending time productively toward the accomplishment of organizational goals. This innovative course discusses three key time management principles for leaders: (1) avoiding organizational “speed bumps,” (2) eliminating activities that waste your time and the time of your people, and (3) modeling effective time management behavior.
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