‘Organizing my busy schedule effectively’

Setting of the workshop:

A lot of people suffer from their heads being full of all the promises, chores, tasks and obligations they made to themselves and to other people.

For example:

  • “I have a deadline next week.”
  • “I’ve got to call my father tonight.”
  • “I need to plan a trip.”
  • “I need to respond to this ad-hoc request.”
  • “I’ll have to research something for the MD tomorrow.”

In most cases, these examples are unfinished matters, which take up space in their heads at the cost of clarity and focus.

Unfortunately, our head doesn’t take action on itself. Because of that, it will work overtime. Thoughts will arise at times you really can’t address them. Think of the sleepless nights in which your thoughts have kept you awake. As long as your head is not assured that the job is done, it will continue to send signals randomly.

Echteld Consult supports with:

In this workshop, we’ll teach you how to collect, process, categorize and organize all the things that you need to do in your daily practice. You will be taught how to approach your busy daily schedules in a way it will be clear what you should do right away, put in the trash bin or what you should defer to your agenda.

Elements of my approach:

  • The 7 habits of highly effective people by Stephen Covey.
  • Getting- Things-Done methodology by David Allen.

Result:

A clear and focused head.