Value-base Time Management Seminar

Value-base Time Management Seminar


Ben Franklin said ‘if you value your life; value your time, because time is the stuff life is made of.’  Time Tactics is a whole-life approach to time management that integrates the multiple and complex demands of an overloaded lifestyle.  Taught with humor and real-life examples, participants will enjoy learning skills they can apply to their own conflicting priorities and begin to find direction to their daily lives.
What you will learn:
  • Get 25% more done in less time
  • Organize your daily tasks effectively
  • Plan for the unexpected and adapt to change
  • Instantly retrieve and access pertinent information
  • Build fail-proof communication and follow-up systems
  • Minimize workplace interruptions and distraction
  • Eliminate procrastination
  • Maintain focus on goals and task completion
  • Produce extraordinary customer follow-up with a fail-safe system to never let any thing fall through the cracks!
How you will benefit:
  • Experience the feeling of inner peace that comes from knowing what matters most is handled
  • Live each day according to your values
  • Draw a personal road map for success with long and short term goals
  • Enjoy balance and clarity in your work and home life
  • Be more productive, more confident and less stressed
  • Boost professionalism and self-confidence
Format: 3, 4 or 7-hour program
Optional Materials: FranklinCovey day planner system or a day planner, electronic calendar software program (Outlook, Lotus Notes, etc) or PDA of choice.  Concepts can be taught without any planning system if desired.

2 Responses to Value-base Time Management Seminar

  1. Steve Mac says:

    I attended a time management seminar when I was an intern at General Electric back around the 1990 time frame. We were all given Franklin Day Planners at the time. It was a good course and one thing I never forgot was your name. I remember the theme of the seminar was about making plans and organizing your life. Anyway, I needed to let you know that I remembered you and enjoyed the seminar and that my life is fairly well organized. 🙂

    • Rory says:


      Thank you for taking the time to post your thoughts. I know what I do “makes a difference” and the comments like yours reaffirms that.

      Thanks again,


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