TIME ON YOUR SIDE - TIME MANAGEMENT SKILLS
We have a relationship with time - one we can change for the
better. You don't use time - it uses you. Whether
you race to complete tasks as quickly as possible or you do
nothing at all - time still passes at the same rate and you
can't have any of it back. Discover how the way you
hold time in your mind and body affects you. And how
it impacts on the things you do and don't achieve, and the
people you come into contact with. Acquire some time
management techniques, and find a more holistic way to manage
yourself in relation to time. Discover when to 'push' for
your goals, when to 'pull' and when to simply let time 'flow'.
If you can work out how someone does something that you have
a passion to do it opens up a world full of possibilities
Modelling other peoples' winning strategies will give you
a deeper understanding of how to achieve excellence than textbook
learning ever could. You will get new insights into
how other people internally manage their thoughts. Become
aware of the behaviour, beliefs, state of mind and sensory
experiences that make up the whole experience when a person
is performing a task at their best.
There are thousands of skills patterns you can model. Start
with some useful everyday abilities that people around you
may display and that you might like to acquire, say
1) How to pay or receive compliments 2) Making good decisions
quickly 3) Capturing the essence, of a book or a complex situation
4) the ability to assemble flat pack furniture 5) sorting
clutter 6) Stopping mind chatter and becoming focused, and
many more. (For fuller details see article on skills modelling
courtesy of Positive Health Magazine).
GETTING GOOD IDEAS - IDEA MANAGEMENT AT WORK
You may employ other people and want to capitalise on
their bright ideas, or you may want to harness your own creative
brainwaves in a packageable form. Then don't miss this opportunity
to spend a fun day mining for creative gems of ideas,
some of which may pay dividends.
Workshop covers: The scope for good ideas. (British businesses
save millions of pounds annually from harnessing employee
ideas and offering rewards, See article, Genius in
the Office, courtesy Evening Standard). Putting your mind
to work: identifying the need, aim or goal you want to achieve,
Creating good ideas. Let your mentors help you - the
creative process. Getting your ideas into shape. Designing
your framework, to ask for good ideas, and to present ideas
to others. An idea is only a notion - unless an action
follows. Clarifying your thinking - so what's the next step?
CONFIDENCE BUILDING BY CHALLENGING LIMITING BELIEFS
Are you facing a change in life, or a new job role, perhaps
offering bigger rewards but greater challenges? Benefit
from a confidence building day using NLP techniques. If we
are not feeling confident we can allow our brains' to make
negative comments about our abilities that go unchallenged.
(e.g. I'm too old/young/stupid, not good/clever/attractive
enough) So that at times of transition and change, when we
need our confidence most, it can desert us.
How many of the everyday statements you allow your brain
to make about you would stand up to closer scrutiny? Find
out how negative thinking is built and how to reframe it.
Question some of your habitual ways of thinking and finding
positive beliefs that support you and instil confidence.
THE POWER OF FOCUS
Your daily habits are what will determine your future. Successful
people have successful habits. If you've ever swapped one
situation for another that seemed marginally better,
only to discover that you are still experiencing the same
restlessness that encouraged you to move, then perhaps focusing
on what you really want might be worth concentrating
on. Before you leave one situation, you need to clearly identify
the things that will make you next move a happier one. Identify
how your habits work to create future situations, whether
you are happy, healthy, fulfilled or unfulfilled - your quality
of life is down to you. Design some new habits for building
greater clarity and focus into setting your future goals.