“Time is what we want most, but what we use worst.”
William Penn, Founder of Pennsylvania
We know you’re probably a very busy person but you won’t want to miss this episode all about maximising your time.
It’s precisely because we all are so busy that pausing to think about how we’re using our time can be so worthwhile. William Penn may have lived in the late 1600’s and early 1700’s but he was spot on with his quote above about how we humans can use our time.
In this latest episode in our ‘How To’ series, we share a whole host of useful tools and approaches used by a variety of amazing leaders that will help you ensure you maximise your own precious time and reduce any frustration you feel about time racing by too fast or tasks taking you too long to achieve.
In this episode you’ll hear:
- 4 different ways to think about your time over the longer term and how being clear about your longer term priorities really makes a difference with your day to day work
- 4 approaches to tackle your day to day priorities and ‘To Do’ lists
- Plus, one unique way one of our podcast guests has figured out to maximise her energy and productivity every week enabling her to get so much more done
Do yourself a favour and invest 30 minutes listening to this episode . . . it may well change your relationship with time.
Plus, we’d love to hear what works for you. Share your own time-saving or time-valuing tips and hacks with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Covey Time Prioritisation Matrix mentioned in the episode: