Time Mastery - 100 Ways To Maximise Your Productivity

Time Mastery - 100 Ways To Maximise Your Productivity

3.5 CPD units in Practice Management /Business Skills 


Time Mastery:  Over 100 Ways to Maximize Your Productivity and Satisfaction

Presenter;    Jonathan Robinson M.A., M.F.T.

Jonathan Robinson is a psychotherapist, best-selling author of 12 books, and a professional speaker from Northern California.  He has reached over 100 million people around the world with his practical methods, and his work has been translated into 47 languages.    Mr. Robinson has made numerous appearances on the Oprah show, as well as many other national TV talk shows, and articles about him have appeared in USA Today, Newsweek and The Los Angeles Times.  He has spoken to dozens of Fortune 500 companies, including Apple, Microsoft, Google, Bank of America and FedEx. In his public talks and seminars, Jonathan is known for providing people with immediately useful information in a fun and entertaining manner.

Time Mastery

Over 100 Ways to Maximize Your Productivity and Satisfaction



This workshop will enable you to:


v Eliminate time stress

v Get over 100 practical ideas – at least one has to apply to you!

v Create a balance between your work life and personal life

v Work with greater productivity and satisfaction


1.        Become accountable for your time

·   Self-analysis -  what do I need to improve?

·   Truth-telling: Where my time really goes

·   Understanding how to change – and doing it!


2.  Create positive attitudes for peace of mind

·   Never again say, “I don’t have enough time.”


3.  Work on what counts rather than what comes up

·   The Doing/Managing ratio

·   Increase income while decreasing hours


4.  Delegate – You can do it!

·   Overcome barriers to delegating

5.        Plan your life

·   Work to live instead of living to work


6.        Plan your work

·  Set and stick to priorities

·  Set yearly goals

·  Reduce your work hours: The “Cold Turkey” method


7.        Work your plan: Control interruptions

·   Balance being available with getting your planned work done

·   Be the master of technology, not the slave

·   Take a Priority Hour


8.        Understanding and controlling email addiction

·   Manage your smart phone and office phone

·   Take charge of communications

·   Take a Priority Hour


9.  Pause for perspective, creativity and well-being

·  Creating creative time

·  The "Do What I Like" Day

·  Take a vacation


10. Get and stay in control of your work

·   Using a simple task management system

·   How to not let anything slip through the cracks


11. Go home satisfied every day                                               

12. Get and stay organized

·   Clear up your piles and email in-box

·   Overcome indecision: The 3 Minute Rule


13. Handle anxiety

·   Get control over anxiety

·   Get things done

·  Tackle the “some day” project


14. Stop procrastinating

·  The 15 Minute Rule

·   The Worst First method

·   The Bite the Bullet day


15. Foster better time management for the whole office


16. Convert intentions into action

·   The Buddy System



"You have truly changed my life.  Since your seminar, I have increased my billing by approximately 35% without spending any more time at the office (the “Work on What Counts” time log is the BEST!!!).  Where once I was stuck, now I hardly ever am.  Where there were piles, now there is nothing (!) and some follow-up files. Thank you very much for what you do for us.  I’m getting my life back!”


"This man is so good that it is scary.  He has one of the best presentations that I have ever attended."


"He may have saved my sanity."


"Good practical ideas for tackling the tasks that keep me from enjoying my days. I am excited about putting this into effect immediately."


"It is all less random. It can be more fun by being more disciplined."



15/02/2021 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Via Zoom SA 5000 AUSTRALIA

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Monday, 15 February 2021

Time Mastery
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
15/02/2021 9:00 AM


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