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Executive Report

Time Management: How Researchers Can Fit 28 Hours Into a 24-Hour Day

$197.00 $127.00

Executive Report

Time Management: How Researchers Can Fit 28 Hours Into a 24-Hour Day

$197.00 $127.00

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  • Time management is critical to your success as a scientist. It can seem like there are never enough hours in a day to make a dent in what you have to get done - manage your lab, write grant applications, give a lecture, mentor a student, manage your research – and the list goes on and on. You can conquer the time wasters that are slowing you down and make every minute count! Learn the valuable methods and tips to gaining control over your day with this how-to, expert special report.

    This must-have report includes more than 80-pages of expert tips to help you take charge of your time. Download your copy today, and get back to your research by getting the answers on how to successfully manage your time.

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  • You can become a master of these proven time management skills, and say goodbye to being stretched too thin:

    • Successfully manage multiple priorities
    • Turn every 24-hour day into a 28-hour day by getting more done
    • Identify and eliminate time wasters and get more time each day
    • Recognize and overcome productivity blocks
    • Defragment your day by overpowering the disorganization
    • Define priorities and follow through to keep research moving
    • Tips on brainstorming for time saving ideas, and how to get your team involved
    • And so much more….
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

    • CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION __________________________ 9
    • CHAPTER 2: CREATE BALANCE EACH DAY _____________ 15
      • Getting “Vital Area” Stuck
      • Examine Your Life Balance
      • Have a “Super Day” Every Day
      • New Definition of Time Management
    • CHAPTER 3: MANAGING MULTIPLE PRIORITIES __________23
      • Make Your Calendar Work for You
      • Planning for Tomorrow
      • Crucial vs. Not Crucial
      • Task Priorities Sequential Modifications Process Visual
      • Don’t Let “Stuff” Bring You Down
      • Handling Undone Items
      • In Sight In Mind
      • Stop Interruptions in Their Tracks
      • Appointments and Scheduled Events
      • Lots of Places to Go and People to See
      • The Old Switcharoo
      • Racehorses and Tortoises
      • Look Ahead to Reduce Stress
      • Get Rid of Crisis Management
      • Integrate Your Calendar
    • CHAPTER 4: OVERCOMING PROCRASTINATION __________41
      • Master Daily Planning
      • Chain Yourself to the Task
      • Plan Around Interruptions
      • Deadline Action
      • Plan to Be Early
    • CHAPTER 5: EFFECTIVE DELEGATION __________________45
      • Let Go to Get More Done
      • Don’t Let Burnout Take Over
      • Use Available Resources
      • Enlist Hired Help
    • CHAPTER 6: MAXIMIZING MEETING TIME ________________49
      • Meeting Necessity
      • Demand vs. Deserve
      • Meeting Agenda Madness
      • Get to Every Meeting on Time
    • CHAPTER 7: MANAGING PAPERWORK __________________55
      • Take Charge of Your Mess
      • Keeping the Mess Out
    • CHAPTER 8: CONTROLLING INTERRUPTIONS ____________57
      • Two Logs for Two Problems
      • The 80/20 Rule
      • The Fourth Great Lie
      • Don’t Shoot for Perfection
      • Stop Being a Slave to Your Phone
    • CHAPTER 9: TOOLS TO BEAT THE CLOCK _______________63
      • Time Log Tactics
      • Double Your Productivity?
      • Calculate Your Value Ratios
      • Example Time Log and Value Ratio charts
      • See Your Goal and Take It
      • Life-Improvement Chart
      • Have-To vs. Want-To
      • Life Improvement Chart Sample Layout
      • Completing Your Life Improvement Chart
      • The 7 x 7 Technique
      • Complimentary Overload
    • CHAPTER 10: PERSONAL PRODUCTIVITY SYSTEM ________77
      • Build a Road Map for Tomorrow
      • Quality Sleep Strategies
      • Use Your Basic Value Building Blocks
      • Get to the Next Level
      • Vital Area Balance