Time Class- Limited Room – June 25, 2012
Attention: Hurried, overwhelmed individuals with too much too do and not enough time to do it
Ask yourself: do you want to live your life in a constant state of hurry and worry?
When it comes to time, have you tried system after system but nothing works?
Or do you keep all your to dos in your head hoping you don’t forget anything?
Or worse, have a time system that takes so much time to manage you wonder if it’s even worth it?
We all want to feel in control of our time, but how do you do it?
I’ve had some questions about the above time class, I thought I’d answer here.
1) What if I can’t make the classes?
About half of the class members don’t make classes. You will get a transcript of each of the classes, the lessons and the workbook. And you can email me any questions you want. Classes are 8pm Eastern. To find your time zone click here.
2) I’ve never done a chat room. That technology makes me a little scared.
It’s simple, simple, simple. Once you login as a guest or register with a user name and password you pick out, you go to the chat room. Then you type in the box and click to submit. Easy as sending an email.
3) Help, I have to many to dos and I don’t know what to do next!
I thought Time Management was the answer. If only I could plan my time well enough and do enough multi-tasking, it would be "enough." I wrote articles with time tweaks and tips which help, but didn’t solve the underlying problem.
I’ve gone through Franklin planners, Bubble planners, Day Timers, a huge monthly calendar, Remember the Milk, numerous online or computer time programs. But, I didn’t stick with many long.
I didn’t stick with any because when my to dos got to be so many, the program became overwhelming. So I’d quit and start fresh with a new program.
What I didn’t realize was that it wasn’t the program that was the problem. It was my whole relationship with time.
Changing the relationship
For the past couple years, I have gone from seeing time as a tyrannical task master to seeing time as an abstract concept. It’s fluid and subjective.
- I rarely rush even when I think I will be late.
- I no longer have to do lists that seize me up as soon as I look at them.
- I know the difference between Soft Time and Hard Time
- My priorities are actual priorities
- I listen to my intution more when finding my next to do
- I have quit my over-planning tendency
Just the other day a friend and I were lost in Grand Rapids, MI. She said, "I am so glad you aren’t getting all upset that we will be late for the concert." Time just isn’t a concept I like to get upset about anymore.
Enroll in the 4-Week "Change Your Relationship with Time" Class Now – Limited Room – starts June 25, 2012
You can find out more info on the class here: Change Your Relationship to Time