Mission Regional Chamber of Commerce
April 3, 2019
What was the meaningful aspect of the workshop?
- The key shifts in thinking that needs to happen
- Learning to shed light on my weaknesses
- The discussion was helpful
- Opening my eyes to ways to improve
- Needing to manage ourselves not time
- Organize oneself
- Personally, I found learning about the “stories” we tell ourselves about time management (our excuses) really hit me
- Matrix Eisenhower method
- Learning time pressure is an illusion
What tools or strategies form the workshop can you apply immediately to your life situation?
- Selfcare scheduling priorities
- Eisenhower Matrix
- The tips & strategies
- Almost all
- Schedule our priorities
- Eisenhower Method – keep an updated version of this nearby, schedule time @ beginning of week to set priorities
- See above
- Breaking down daily activities, passing workshop information on
- Using the urgent/not urgent boxes to sort out our to do lists
What information from the workshop I will share with colleagues, staff, co-workers or friends?
- Shift in through the Eisenhower matrix
- Time Management Techniques
- Drama Triangle
- Boundaries, the non-negotiable items like self-care
- As much as possible. Me first, them next
- Will take sometime to go through info and organize my info to pass on. Some for staff some for workers
- Immediately I will share the book suggestions
- Empowerment dynamic & drama triangle
- Managing time in urgent/not urgent. How stress is releases
- Stop feeling guilty & stop having unrealistic expectations
Other comments on the handouts, materials, location or facilitator?
- I’d have preferred to have the handouts at the beginning so I could look at it during the break – time limit awareness for group work (we never got our last stressor and I felt that time was very useful)
- Excellent instruction
- Great Workshop Jason! Thank you!
- Need it all