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Master The Moment is a unique approach to time management based on empirical data from studies of high achievers around the world and grounded in psychology research in areas such as motivation, habit forming, and decision making.

Master The Moment is a unique approach to time management based on empirical data from studies of high achievers around the world and grounded in psychology research in areas such as motivation, habit forming, and decision making.

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  1. 1. Master The Moment™ Powerful lessons in time management Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  2. 2. My Background Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  3. 3. Agenda Understanding high achievers Putting eleven powerful ideas to work Taking six steps to better time management Applying time management techniques Making it work for you Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  4. 4. Problem 10 I feel overwhelmed. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  5. 5. Problem 9 I’m always in reactive mode. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  6. 6. Problem 8 I don’t finish what I start. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  7. 7. Problem 7 I’m not able to stop things that are no longer working. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  8. 8. Problem 6 I procrastinate. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  9. 9. Problem 5 I don’t have enough energy to do the things I want. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  10. 10. Problem 4 I’m easily distracted by things that aren’t important. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  11. 11. Problem 3 I don’t feel satisfied when I do finish what I start. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  12. 12. Problem 2 I don’t know how to say no. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  13. 13. Problem 1 I don’t know what I want. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  14. 14. I feel overwhelmed. I’m always in reactive mode. I don’t finish what I start. I’m not able to stop things that are no longer working. I procrastinate. I don’t have enough energy to do the things I want. I’m easily distracted by things that aren’t important. I don’t feel satisfied when I do finish what I start. I don’t know how to say no. I don’t know what I want. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  15. 15. High Achievers Dan Packer, Entergy Lucas Skoczkowski, Redknee John Dane III, Trinity Yachts Gertrude Boyle, Columbia Sportswear Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  16. 16. What are some of the differences between people who get a lot done and those who are always frustrated? Please be specific. Are they more talented than the people in this room? Please explain. Are they working harder than the people in this room? Please explain. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  17. 17. What do psychologists say ? Carol Deck Daniel Kahneman Ed Edci Roy Baumeister Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  18. 18. Eleven Powerful Notions 1. Do the right things, then do things right. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  19. 19. Eleven Powerful Notions 2. Align yourself with natural laws. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  20. 20. Eleven Powerful Notions 3. Manage your attitude. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  21. 21. Eleven Powerful Notions 4. Put in place processes that run without your attention. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  22. 22. Eleven Powerful Notions 5. Put in place virtuous cycles. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  23. 23. Powerful Notions 6. Strive for sustainability. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  24. 24. Powerful Notions 7. Solve a class of problems instead of just the problem at hand. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  25. 25. Powerful Notions 8. Solve problems at their source. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  26. 26. Powerful Notions 9. Seek advice. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  27. 27. Powerful Notions 10.Keep all stakeholders in the loop. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  28. 28. Powerful Notions 1. Slow down to go faster. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  29. 29. Do the right things, then do things right. Align yourself with natural laws. Manage your attitude. Put in place processes that run without your attention. Put in place virtuous cycles. Strive for sustainability. Solve a class of problems instead of just the problem at hand. Solve problems at their source. Seek advice. Keep all stakeholders in the loop. Slow down to go faster. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  30. 30. Each group pick two powerful notions and list specific ways you can put those ideas to work tomorrow. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  31. 31. Changing Habits Integrate the ideas Start out as decided as possible Work on one habit at a time Put in place visual reminders Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  32. 32. Habits are like muscles n You get tired when you work on them. ! n The more you work on them, the more capacity you have to work on them. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  33. 33. Six Steps Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  34. 34. HIT For each step : ! ! Habits to develop ! Ideas to integrate ! Techniques to learn Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  35. 35. Identify Yourself For one week, work on these habits : ! Strive to be authentic ! Favor trusting relationships Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  36. 36. Energize For one week, work on these two habits: ! Maintain a lifestyle that maximizes your energy. This means getting exercise, eating light lunch, and getting enough sleep. ! Pay attention to your biorhythms and plan your days accordingly. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  37. 37. Prioritize For one week work on these two habits: ! Set very few priorities and stick to them. ! Turn down things that are inconsistent with your priorities. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  38. 38. Optimize For one week, work on these two habits: ! Set aside time for focused effort ! Look for ways of doing things better and faster Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  39. 39. Head off Problems Early For one week work on these two habits: ! Build solid processes ! Spot trouble ahead and solve problems immediately Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  40. 40. Finish Things For one week work on these two habits: ! Break your goals into small units of work, and spend most of your time thinking only about the unit you are working on now. Finish what you start and stop doing things that are no longer worthwhile. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  41. 41. Write down two personal goals. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  42. 42. Techniques 1. Understanding your biorhythms 2. Setting priorities 3. Focusing effort 4. Optimising email 5. Optimising meetings 6. Chunking Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  43. 43. Make a list of things you should refuse. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  44. 44. List 5 ways you can put these techniques to use. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  45. 45. Top 5 List n List the five most important things for you today or tomorrow. ! n You may not accomplish them all but at least you’ll remember what’s important. Mark Radtke, Integrys Energy Services Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  46. 46. My top 5 list 1. Give this workshop. 2. Write outline for CIO UK article. 3. Attend Forbes webcast. 4. Send out questions for Mobile Enterprise article. 5. Spend time with Louise. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  47. 47. Write your top 5 list for tomorrow. Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  48. 48. amazon.com Copyright 2014, Pat Brans
  49. 49. Master The Moment™ master-the-moment.com Copyright 2014, Pat Brans

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