One of the most common complaints in modern life is ‘not having enough time’ to be able to do everything that needs to be done, and as a result feeling overwhelmed, burntout, and inadeqate. This situation leads to people to overlook the valuable protective factors for good health, wellbeing and performance such as movement, nutrition, sleep and connection that are ironically the very things that help us re-energize during intese periods of stress.
The solution for how to have more time is to re-orient our expectations and planning strategies to focus on energy recovery, sustainable performance, and offering strategies and tools for dealing with time management conflicts. More than simply figuring out ways to ‘do more’ in a finite amount of time, effective time management involves prioritizing activities that offer us leverage and energy.
What You’ll Be Able To Do:
At the conclusion of this session, you’ll have a conceptual base, and the choice of over 30 practical and immediately applicable activities and habits you can adopt to take more control over your perception of time. You will discover new ways to prioritize, plan and sequence your time, overcome pervasive myths that keep us locked in a feeling of ‘time scarcity’, and counter-intuitively feel like you have more time by focusing on your highest-value activities.