The Time Management Mind Map will help you to understand the key methods and benefits of effective time management. We are self publishing and will use this book in our university model school that caters to the home school community. I am Paul, the artist of the Mind Map, the copyright details for this map belong to Mind Tools, so you would need to request their permission to use the image. Would You Like Access To A Free Visual Poster That Will Help You Achieve Your Goals?Now Downloaded Over 50,000 Times!"Your mind maps gave me the big picture about many topics. I got the idea of writing this post last week when internet marketing guru Chris McCombs and fitness marketing master Steve Hochman dropped by my office to shoot the breeze. I never really stopped to think about it… but apparently I get a lot done and Steve wanted to know what my ‘secret’ was.
So I thought that maybe you’d want to know a few of my secrets for massive productivity too. But then I have my daily lists and these are the ones that help me get things done day to day. With my list in hand there’s no wasting time trying to figure out what to do or where to start.
Here’s one for you: Set a day of the week where you spend the ENTIRE DAY on dialing in your fitness marketing systems for that month.
They’re the people who want to just take a minute of your time and end up killing hours of voluble productivity. Email, facebook, twitter, myspace, instant messages, you tube, texting and all that crap are the biggest time killers of all.
The best way to make sure you get through your daily task list by day’s end is by doing the hard things first.
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One time I heard through Kaiser Serajuddin that guys in their mid-20′s are notoriously bad in time-management. This is the area that I need to work on the most….good timing with this one Bedros!!!
I just happen to know how to make a bunch of money in the fitness industry and I’m damn good a teaching others to do the same. Also, I think you also said don’t venture into Task #2 until Task#1 (the hardest) is fully completed. Are you so drained at the end of the day after getting up early, dealing with traffic, working all day, taking care of kids, your spouse, cooking, cleaning, running errands and the million other things you do all day – with no time or energy to take care of yourself?

Do you struggle with trying to manage your time only to feel more stressed by your inability to do so? My husband and I were brainstorming ideas for a book and he suggested the topic of managing your energy.  I thought it was a good topic and the more we discussed it, the more I realized how much I suck at it.
I waste a ton of energy stressing about what I’m not getting done which leaves me with little energy to get those things done. I’m a morning person and can’t possibly stay up past 10pm on a consistent basis (normally I get up around 4:30am without an alarm clock). I never questioned these “rules.”  Without realizing it, I lived by the clock, even when I didn’t have to. I ran around all day, feeling like the ball in a pinball machine, endlessly bouncing from one thing to the next, never really going anywhere and feeling completely exhausted at the end of each day. On top of that, my husband was reminding me of how little time we spend together with our jobs during the day and three little kids to take care of.  I usually couldn’t keep my eyes open after the little ones’ bed time. Every time I started thinking about what I should be doing, I would remind myself that I had the late night (between 10pm and 1am) to get things done.  And this calmed me down. I was able to be more present with my children and really focus on them.  And it’s obvious that they have noticed this. Now my husband and I have focused time together to connect.  He tells me that my new schedule has allowed our 15 year relationship to grow much deeper and stronger. By significantly reducing my stress during the day, I have much more energy at night.  Something I always thought would be impossible for me. Overall, I learned that my assumptions were just that – false assumptions.  None of them held up to my experiment. On a cosmic level, we can’t manage time.  It’s just a concept we created to help us organize our days.
All we can manage are our thoughts and actions which affect our energy.  Without energy, we can’t do much.
How much energy are you wasting on trying to control your environment and stressing about not getting things done? What big or little things can you change in your daily routine that would have a dramatically positive effect on your energy and productivity?
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David and I discuss what was going on in my head when I left a great job in Boston to venture west and into the unknown to create the life of my dreams. If so, enter your name and email below to get your FREE copy of my comprehensive guide to inviting more joy, peace and happiness into your life. I believe that what most people lack is time-management in the sense that they don’t cherish the time they have.

People forget that the essence of time-management is to be thankful of our time and not just for the sake of being productive. When I started working at home, my husband still worked, so I’d just wake up when he got up. My husband pointed out to me some time ago that it’s much more important to learn how to manage our energy instead of managing our time.
What changed it for me was realising that I was much more productive than my colleagues anyway. I'm here to inspire you to explore new, mindful ways of being that move you to a happier, more fulfilled life. Watch my welcome video!
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I was able to understand how things were connected… things that you learned in 20 years in like one day. Each of us needs to find what works for us, and it should be about what we get done and not about how.much time we spend doing it. Okay, that’s actually a good thing IF we have an idea why you want to get more things done.
But since my husband started working from home, we started going to bed later and later and waking up later and later. The Mind Map breaks down decision making, delegation and simplifying procedures, smarter working methods and techniques plus sensible work-life balance. That means prioritising what is most important and giving it our full attention in that moment. And although the post office is only open during certain hours, most things can be done at any time of the day or night, so you should do what works best for you. By single tasking with purpose we actually save time by accomplishing more, doing it right and not having to come back and do it again. The week I started doing that I became extremely more productive, and obviously healthier because I was getting some exercise.
Having that hour to wake up and exercise ended up making my entire day more productive and full of energy. Rather than sluggishly starting work right when I wake up, I’m giving myself that time to adjust into my day and get my blood flowing right away.

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