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8 July – 11 am – Goals and priorities
15 July – 11 am – Goals and priorities
22 July – 11 am – Planning and scheduling
29 July – 11 am – Planning and scheduling
Before the Goals and priorities session
If you can fill in a time log before the session, that will help you. It’s fine if you can’t do it though.
Click below to download the time log. You can print it off and write it in, or just do it on your computer or phone.
You can do this in a notebook if you prefer. Write down what you are doing, when you started, and when you finished. Then write in the total time. If you don’t remember to do it at the time, you can fill it in later, with approximate times – that’s fine! The aim is to get a general overview of how you’re spending your time.
Worksheets for the Goals and priorities session
We’ll be using these worksheets in the session. If you can’t print them off, you can do them on screen (unless they’re a pdf). If you can’t do either, that’s fine, you can join in just using pen and paper.
Worksheets for the planning and scheduling session
We’ll be using these worksheets in the session. They are all pdfs but if you can’t print them off, you can join in using pen and paper.
Your time management workshop comes with this 20-page resource pack. It contains all the tools and techniques we’ve covered, all the worksheets we’ve used (plus a few more) and links to useful apps and online tools.
As requested by attendees!
If you want to track multiple goals at once, use this yearly goal tracking planner.
Use this “to do” list if you always over-estimate or under-estimate the time it takes to do something.
If you have real trouble prioritising and estimating your time, use this complex priority and time “to do” list.
If you want to formulate a Plan B for difficult times, use this Plan B worksheet.