CPDSO WEBINAR: How To Master Your Time, So Your To-do List Becomes Your Done List
As coaches and trainers, most of us already know that to achieve the big things, we need to break our goals into smaller and actionable chunks and learn to say
As coaches and trainers, most of us already know that to achieve the big things, we need to break our goals into smaller and actionable chunks and learn to say “NO” but for all that we know about productivity, the lines between work and home have become increasingly blurred (even for us), and the temptation to avoid checking emails at 10pm is harder to ignore than ever whilst truly becoming a productivity ninja feels well out of reach. This transformational keynote talk is for busy coaches and trainers who want to get more done, whilst also developing clear boundaries which safeguard their health and wellbeing.
You will learn, how to:
- Tackle procrastination, by understanding it: the many common causes, your relationship with procrastination and crucially, how to unravel it
- Eliminate the most common time drains, so you can truly make the most of the time available to you, without beating yourself up
- Make wise decisions about your priorities, even when you’re drowning in things to be done, so you can focus on the important things when it’s all kicking off and you’re also productive on the quieter days (when they occasionally occur)
- How to transform the humble diary into a powerful time management tool
- Master your boundaries, so you know how to set them and how to adhere to them
Our guest speaker Andrew Pain is a TEDx and mental health speaker leading on burnout, productivity and men’s mental health. Working recently with organisations like; Amazon, and Public Health Wales, Andrew talks about; burnout, mastery of time, mental health, critical decision-making, imposter syndrome, fatherhood, and work/life balance.
Andrew is also a dad to 3 boys under 10, which means he’s a triage nurse, war reporter, peace negotiator, tutor, cook, cleaner, taxi driver, football coach, personal encyclopedia and unappreciated fashion consultant. It also means his daily Fitbit step count is never less than 15k.
(Monday) 10:00 am - 11:00 am