When things get hectic, it is important to prioritize, plan, make an efficient schedule with time for everything and the self-discipline to follow it.
In theory, everything is doable and it is not difficult to teach yourself to behave in a way that will allow you to thrive in your work and make room for all the relaxing life activities as well.
In practice? Don’t get on it quite yet! Take a look at the courses we found that promise to make us best in time management, eliminating the deadline stress and making productivity masters out of us!
We often groan about procrastination as though it’s a problem we have to fix. But what if procrastinating offers some secret advantages? In this audio-only course adapted from the Modern Mentor podcast, Rachel Cooke helps you harness the power of procrastination to inspire creativity, provide a burst of adrenaline, or give your brain a break. Rachel shows you how to think of procrastination as a beneficial tool, rather than as an obstacle to overcome. She also provides tips to help you determine whether procrastination is helping you or holding you back. Along the way, Rachel gives actionable steps to use procrastination to your advantage. After this course, you may have an entirely new perspective on procrastination. So, what are you waiting for? Listen today!
Make time for what’s important by streamlining what’s not. Learn how to design your day and be more productive, in this course adapted from the podcast How to Be Awesome at Your Job. Host Pete Mockaitis interviews designer and author Jake Knapp. Jake spent 10 years designing products at Google. He knows what it’s like to work in a fast-paced environment. But, he says, to get things done, you need to concentrate on what’s meaningful to you. Jake explains how to redefine how successful your day was in terms of whether you did the one thing you really wanted to do. He also reveals two things that keep you feeling busy and distracted, and the energy hacks and productivity tools you can use to laser your focus and maximize the energy you have to be creative and get your best work accomplished.
How are you doing at getting things done? If you’re like most people, you’ve tried traditional time management, you’ve read the books—but it didn’t stick, right? In this course, Sam Bennett shares how to take control of your calendar to get things completed and checked off your lists. Learn how to master your to-do list, schedule effectively, and assess your progress. Plus, Sam shares advanced time-management strategies you can implement today, including how to reverse engineer your time.
You will be able to gain and apply your knowledge and understanding of personal and professional awareness, organization and commitment, and use the tools, methods and techniques that you have learned in goal setting, prioritization, scheduling, and delegation to overcome time management challenges and enhance productivity.
Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
- Learn to plan effectively to achieve your personal and professional goals
- Learn to recognize and overcome barriers to successful time management
- Identify specific time management tools and use them effectively
- Manage resources both effectively and efficiently
- Keep your sense of perspective to prevent and manage crises
- Learn to delegate effectively
- Learn to manage expectations and say “No” when appropriate
Success happens when you have the right mindset, skillset, and can reset. In this course, Scott Mautz helps you develop a mindset for success by showing you how to improve your self-confidence and mentally prepare yourself to thrive under pressure. As Scott explains, success comes from habits, and habits are more easily formed from simple, repeatable exercises. In each part of this course, Scott gives you short mindset, skillset, and reset habits to choose from to create your own tailored routine for success. After this course, you’ll have a wider skillset for success to help you to refocus, refresh, and avoid the procrastination that often comes with increased responsibilities and stress.