Electronic Newsletter Issue 2006-09
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In the last 20 years, time working has increased by 15% and time in leisure has decreased by 33%.
Have you ever found yourself trying to run faster than time because you have so much to do? Wouldn’t you rather be dancing in tune with time instead of racing with it? Think of time management as little steps you need to take with each project and you will find that not only do you get more done, you actually feel better doing it. When trying to dance with time, learn the T.A.P.P. steps.
Read details in Shirley's article called "Dancing with Time: Cha-Cha-Cha!" at
Many people are looking for new ways to find more time to do the things they want to do. Are you one of them?
If you are, consider what you are now using as you time management tool, if anything.
There are great software applications and electronic gizmos for helping you to manage and organize appointments and tasks. Some must be bought to use or come incorporated in a cell phone, while others may be free with an internet mail tool. Many of the online tools have calendar features as well as email options. The really good applications and tools also include contact management and options to prioritize tasks.
If you are on a corporate network, your network application may allow you to view the calendars of others and automatically set-up appointments and meetings with people where you work. Check out the options available to you. If you are not comfortable with experimenting on your own, find a good book to follow or take a training class.
Shirley Lee, the Meeting Wizard, along with the Dallas ASTD Accelerated Learning SIG Leaders will facilitate an exchange of training activities (a.k.a. game swap). We will share theses new ideas as we discuss “Fun with Learning”.
September 19, 2006 after the Dallas ASTD program:
Time: 8:00-9:30 PM
Dallas North Hotel
"This time, like all times, is a very good one, if we but know what to do with it." - Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Wizard of When units available in:
full-length courses or 1 hour topic seminars.
Additional organizing courses available: