About this topic
Time is your most important resource. In this unconventional look at Time Management Richard identifies why you are bad at time management and how to get better, why some hours of the day are as much as 3 times as valuable as others, how to prioritize and make the most use of the 24 hours available to you every day.
Why you are bad at time management and how to get better
Planning your day/week/month
Preparing and using our simple, yet very effective time management system
Prioritising and Delegating
And using all the tricks to make the most of your time
Good time management is often the realm of left brained, logical thinkers, but anybody can develop the skills of managing their time in just a week.
The first step is to invest your time accurately planning the day
Most time management systems are more complicated than they need to be. Our system is designed for people who like to keep it simple.
We all have a lot to do but what to do first, what to do later and what should we discard all together?
Much of our time is spent in meetings and many of those meetings are a waste of time. Learn a few simple techniques that will cut your meeting time down by half.
Every skill has its tricks and shortcuts and we will explore how to make the most of the time available.
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About the Author
Richard Mulvey is South Africa’s leading Sales Motivator and over the last 22 years has inspired over 200,000 business people to better performance.
Using knowledge gained from his 20 years experience as a sales person all the way to sales director together with up-to-date sales techniques, Richard is able to up-skill any group of sales people and inspire them to use the skills.
Richard is also past President of the Professional Speakers Association of Southern Africa (PSASA) (twice) and has been inducted into the Southern African Speaker Hall of Fame, an honour that is held by only 9 South Africans including Clem Sunter, Dr Michael Mol and Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu.
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