It’s the end of the week… how’s your “to do” list looking?



June 6 , 2014 | Posted by Sallie Bate | No Comments

It’s the end of the week… how’s your “to do” list looking?

“Thank Crunchie it’s Friday” (other chocolate bars are available)

“I’ve got so much to do today, I don’t know where the week has gone!”

“I’d be on top of my work if I wasn’t side tracked by my customers!”

Sound familiar?  These were all quotes on Twitter today.

We are living in a world that just seems to go faster every minute, and we’re not keeping up.  Something needs to change.  Friday’s are no longer about Pink Gins at the Club and gearing up for the weekend.  They are the last 100 metre sprint, the super market dash to get to the end of the week having done as much as humanly possible.

To complain about a shortage of time is like a fish in the sea complaining that it has a shortage of water – Mark Forster, Author of Do It Tomorrow

So why are we repeatedly in the situation where there is too much to do list at the end of the week?

If you are looking to change there is a solution… Our Time Management Courses are very well received…


What our delegates say…

(The Course)… gave me tools to take back and implement in my work place… Thank you for giving me some tools and direction on how to improve my time during my working day.

I liked the practical group work; it made me examine my actions.  At one point in the course I felt a light bulb click on.  I realized that sometimes I am unrealistic.  I promise the world, so whatever I deliver is a disappointment.

Very Concise… Very good course – knowledgeable tutor, clear speaking an easy to follow material.

I had a very productive day on Saturday and it is not going badly today either!! Your work practices have really helped so thank you.

I got so much useful information from the course. I am planning and making timetables as we speak! 🙂

I enjoyed the interaction and thought provoking challenges.  The discussion with other delegates helped identify the issues and I began to look at strategies to deal with them.

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