Good time management is the stress-reducing oxygen you need to achieve excellence in everyday life. It is about focusing on the right thing and doing it right. When you become goal oriented you will find yourself managing your time more effectively. Hence, goal setting is one of the most important time management techniques. Living without a goal is like being in a hydroplane situation, a condition in which a loss of traction between the tires of a vehicle and the road surface leads to skidding of the vehicle. An authentic goal is the positive traction that helps you move forward in the right direction. Don't let your time just skid away; gain control by setting meaningful goals. This course will help you set goals that are your own and help you use leading-edge strategies to bring them to culmination.
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Students rated our Goal Setting and Time Management Training trainers 10.00 out of 10 based on 1 reviews
The Goal Setting and Time Management course was everything I expected, with a few nuggets that I can implement immediately on my job and in my personal life. The instructor was terrific.
Frank Rich, Alliance Beverage
The Goal Setting and Time Management course is packed with tidbits that made me reflect and realize what I need to change. The instructor's experience was very evident. Good application of modern technology and apps.
James Bonson, UT Health Science Center San Antonio
San Antonio TX
I enjoyed the class and found it very informative. The instructor illustrated the subject matter very well.
Julie Brown, King County
I was surprised by how simple it was to join the class and interact even though we were in different locations. I learned as well or better than I would have in person.
Joy Brown, The Ohio State University