Time Management

Pub Grub a Foxy meal

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Professional People North East are joining up with the Personal Development Circle North East and other meetup groups in the North East for their monthly pub night at the Fox and Hounds in Newcastle this week.  Typically we have 15-30 people pop along and have something to eat and drink.  It’s very relaxed and informal – so if you are at a loose end why not come along and join us.

 

Professional People North East
Professional People North East

Professional People North East is a social group for single professionals in the North East who first and foremost want to build friendships and socialise – meeting someone special for some would be a bonus.

Not all single 40+ people want to hit the dating sites or have a friend, colleague or family member play matchmaker for them. So this group is idea for anyone who would like to get out a bit more, build friendships, socialise with other single professionals.

Great thing is that it’s so cheap to join – £10 a year and if you go to our events then you buy your own food, drinks and tickets so you have control of what you spend and can keep within your financial budget.

What do we do? We are an events website that run pub meals, coffee, cinema, friendship group, restaurants in the North East. Members log in – find out what events are on and if they want to go they click the RSVP button to let other members know they will be going – simple!!!

Where do we meet? Newcastle and Gateshead mainly however any member can add a social event to our calendar so if you are in Sunderland, Durham, Tyne Valley, Northumberland that’s fine – just pop up an event on our website (its free to add you own things) at your local pub, coffee shop or maybe a walk somewhere nice, dancing lessons, or whatever interests you. See who comes along and maybe you will be a new friend or 10.

Join us today … Professional People North East http://www.meetup.com/Professional-People-North-East

 

Personal Development Circle North East
Personal Development Circle North East

The Personal Development Circle North East if for people who are interested in their personal self development, they have regular sessions most weeks.  Workshops are called ‘Cafes’ as they are relaxed, informal and there’s plenty coffee/tea to be had.  Sessions include life coaching, building positive relationships, improving confidence and self esteem, engaging the Law of Attraction, Spirituality, NLP, stress, stress management, time management and more.  At only £15 a year for membership which gives access to so many workshops and discussion groups (many discounted to PDCNE members) this website is well worth checking out.

Find out more:  Personal Development Circle North East http://www.meetup.com/Personal-Development-Circle-North-East

 

Both groups are sponsored by Newcastle Performance Coaching Limited http://www.geordie-coach.com a coaching, training and consultancy business that works with Professional People in the North East to bridge the gap to their success.

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Personal Development meeting in Durham

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Monthly Personal Development Cafe starting March 2014

 

The Personal Development Cafe is both for those people new to personal development and for those already exploring coaching and neuro linguistic programing (nlp). The café sessions are designed to be informative, stimulating and compliment other Personal Development Circle North East’ workshops.

Personal Development Circle North East
Personal Development Circle North East

“If I have the belief that I can do it, I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have it at the beginning.” Gandhi

As a member of the Personal Development Cafe part you will:

– Discover the benefits of using personal development techniques
– Learn tools for confidence, motivation & the power of your mind
– Gain an understanding of the science and behind personal development
– Feel motivated and supported by the group
– Progress to become the person you want to become

Café sessions are monthly and run for 2 hours. In a relaxed and informal setting the sessions will start with a coffee followed by “some food for thought” – an informative and stimulating talk. Then it’s time for “café chatter” to open up discussion. We finish with some “clearing up” and self-reflection which is for your eyes only.

You are welcome to “drop in” on individual café sessions, but you may find benefit from regular attendance.

No matter what your goals and dreams may be or at what level you are to achieving them. With consistent motivation, a deeper understanding of the power of your mind, good clear teaching, and a friendly group of people behind you, you will gain a deeper understanding and belief in yourself from which change will naturally develop.

You can choose from our Café menu over the following dates

March  8th    Start thinking right

Start right thinking

There’s a battle going on in our minds, a daily conversation with ourselves which if it’s going well, can make our day and if it not well “I might as well not even bother !!!!” (does this sound familiar?)

The true fact is that our bodies and behaviours are affected by the way we think. We think in patterns that develop habits, our brain remembers these habits and like a well-worn path, they are stored in the neurology of the brain.

More often than not we talk down to ourselves, talk ourselves out of things and limit our opportunities before that have even entered the room.  When was the last time you told yourself how amazing you are?

The good news is that our brain can learn a new path, and the more often we choose a better path the more worn it becomes until it becomes a new path of better thinking.

So in this session we are going to explore a little bit about how the brain works, the physical effects of both positive and negative self-talk and write ourselves some affirmations to take home, so we can start the day on the right path.

 

 

April  26th    Your personality types

May  24th    Understanding your values

June  14th    Communicating with confidence

July  19th    Love yourself and others

August    No meeting – summer break

September 20th  Hear your Inner wisdom

October 18th    The fear factor

November 15th  Towards your spiritual self

 

£15 …  just pay on the arrival.

 

Address:

The Methodist Church

Framwellgate Moor, off front street, Framwellgate Moor DH1 5EJ

http://www.durhamdeernessmethodist.org.uk/wordpress/?page_id=236

 

 

Personal Development Cafe Presenter Caroline Molloy

If Caroline is unable to run the session it will be ran by Aly or one of our other regular presenters.

 

Monthly workshop

No meeting in August (summer break) or December.

 

 

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Personal Development Cafe sessions starting in Durham

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Monthly Personal Development Cafe starting March 2014

 

The Personal Development Cafe is both for those people new to personal development and for those already exploring coaching and neuro linguistic programing (nlp). The café sessions are designed to be informative, stimulating and compliment other Personal Development Circle North East’ workshops.

“If I have the belief that I can do it, I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have it at the beginning.” Gandhi

As a member of the Personal Development Cafe part you will:

– Discover the benefits of using personal development techniques
– Learn tools for confidence, motivation & the power of your mind
– Gain an understanding of the science and behind personal development
– Feel motivated and supported by the group
– Progress to become the person you want to become

Café sessions are monthly and run for 2 hours. In a relaxed and informal setting the sessions will start with a coffee followed by “some food for thought” – an informative and stimulating talk. Then it’s time for “café chatter” to open up discussion. We finish with some “clearing up” and self-reflection which is for your eyes only.

You are welcome to “drop in” on individual café sessions, but you may find benefit from regular attendance.

No matter what your goals and dreams may be or at what level you are to achieving them. With consistent motivation, a deeper understanding of the power of your mind, good clear teaching, and a friendly group of people behind you, you will gain a deeper understanding and belief in yourself from which change will naturally develop.

You can choose from our Café menu over the following dates

Personal Development Circle North East
Personal Development Circle North East

March  8th    Start thinking right

Start right thinking

There’s a battle going on in our minds, a daily conversation with ourselves which if it’s going well, can make our day and if it not well “I might as well not even bother !!!!” (does this sound familiar?)

The true fact is that our bodies and behaviours are affected by the way we think. We think in patterns that develop habits, our brain remembers these habits and like a well-worn path, they are stored in the neurology of the brain.

More often than not we talk down to ourselves, talk ourselves out of things and limit our opportunities before that have even entered the room.  When was the last time you told yourself how amazing you are?

The good news is that our brain can learn a new path, and the more often we choose a better path the more worn it becomes until it becomes a new path of better thinking.

So in this session we are going to explore a little bit about how the brain works, the physical effects of both positive and negative self-talk and write ourselves some affirmations to take home, so we can start the day on the right path.

 

 

 

 

 

April  26th    Your personality types

May  24th    Understanding your values

June  14th    Communicating with confidence

July  19th    Love yourself and others

August    No meeting – summer break

September 20th  Hear your Inner wisdom

October 18th    The fear factor

November 15th  Towards your spiritual self

 

PAID members £10 per session

Unpaid / Non members can purchase tickets (if any available) from Eventbrite £15 …  or pay on the door.

 

Address:

The Methodist Church

Framwellgate Moor, off front street, Framwellgate Moor DH1 5EJ

http://www.durhamdeernessmethodist.org.uk/wordpress/?page_id=236

 

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT MEETINGS, DISCUSSIONS AND WORKSHOPS
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT MEETINGS, DISCUSSIONS AND WORKSHOPS

 

Personal Development Cafe Presenter Caroline Molloy

If Caroline is unable to run the session it will be ran by Aly or one of our other regular presenters.

 

Monthly workshop

No meeting in August (summer break) or December.

 

 

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Time Management for Professionals

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There is no undemanding route in perfecting time management. Although the thought of managing time may sound undemanding, many people are still result it trying to follow.

If you are one of those people who learn it hard to follow time management, then here are some tips with the intention of you can follow.

1. See the BIGGER Picture

Time is a constant and abundant resource with the intention of people can’t buy or sell. It is a resource with the intention of can be shared with or can be shared from someone else.

And one effective way of managing it is by visualizing a larger and clearer picture of your goal. Prioritize more the actions with the intention of would place you closer to your objective, and prioritize less those with the intention of won’t. Wisely assess the tasks with the intention of need prioritization in order to accomplish actions with the intention of are closely related to your goal.

Many successful people today practice different time management forms and techniques, but if there’s one thing these business minded people impart in common. It’s the thought of how they want to spend their business time.

2. AUDITING Time Management (For Professionals)

Ideally speaking, all with the intention of a person should list and follow should be actively valuable towards their desired goal.

To make your auditing quicker, the following are sub-breakdowns with the intention of many professionals spend their time on. Personal goals may differ, but the general thought of breaking goals down remains the same.

People and Managing. Managing people can be sub-categorized in to three different areas namely;

1. Managing time across
2. Managing time up
3. Managing time down

If you’re currently effective as a leader or as a manager in a company, know with the intention of the best way to spend most of your time is by directly supervising your team or co-workers below you.

This is also an effective strategy of teaching your employees while effective your personal qualified goal at the same time. Cultivating time-leverage upward not only benefits the team and the company, but it can also benefit you by moving closer to your goal.

3. CHARTS for Time Management

Presently, there are lots of these tips with the intention of are scattered all over the internet. The approach may vary now and again, but believe with the intention of the basic thought is still there.

One common tip most time management tips impart is in building a chart. Building charts are effective in reminding vital plans ahead. Making charts are also helpful in simplifying time management audits, as well as in pitching the whole picture of your goal.

Building a Chart:

a. Initiation building your chart by writing down the days and weeks in a month. Across its columns on top, write down your major tasks and goals with the intention of needs prioritization.

b. After you complete this activity, record the amount of time you spent below each category. This way you can easily monitor your progress and accomplishments in one day.

c. Try to stick to the preparation as much as possible.

d. Avoid over responsibility it by stuffing to much work in one day.

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Crucial Time Management

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Life is filled with essentials, and if we do not have the ingredients to make it work, then we are out of luck. Time management is one of the most important essentials in our life. If you think about it, we have 24- hours in each day, and seven or eight of those hours dedicated to sleep. One of the golden rules is “Sufficient for each day, for no one knows tomorrow.” This is very true, because we do not know if a hurricane will wipe out our neighborhood, or if an act of disaster will hit our area and change all the plans, we made. So the steps to finding essentials in time management should be evaluated carefully. Planning is one of the elements to managing time, yet plans can change. This is why it is important to make a list of the tasks you are assigned and complete them as soon as possible. Once you finish your task, it becomes easier and you can move on to other tasks. You can start by reviewing emails and notes, since the two are essential ingredients that make time management work.

Email Essentials at Work

If you work at a company that offers an email account and most of your business is handled via Internet, then you know that excessive emails are annoying. Customer accounts, contracts, and other important documents we do not want to loose, so to keep your mailbox from piling up, it is smart to only give your email address to clients. We can avoid emails piling up by not providing information to advertisements that ask for our information. If you want to place, an order for a product be sure to use an email account that does not send out information over the Internet. Many companies have a managing program that works to save time. Databases often store valuable information, and should be maintained. If you store information on the database, be sure to delete or store old files in a different area, so you can save time. If your email accounts only stores documents that are important to your business, you can save not only time, but also you can spare yourself from liabilities that may creep up. It depends on the company and what type of email account they require the employee to use, but Microsoft Outlook includes features such as address books, business and other features that help the user stay organized.

Essential Notes

Notes are essential since they too play a role in time management. Learning the techniques to taking good notes is a start in the right direction. When we take good notes, we are able to stay organized and run our life smoothly. If you attend a lot of meetings, it might be wiser to meet with the parties attending the meeting before it starts. This can help manage time by informing the co-workers ahead of the game what the meeting entails, as well as enabling you to take notes before the meeting starts. Essentials in time management also include taking time out for yourself, preparing, keeping your priorities in order, and working toward the goals you set.</fo


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Time managment quotes

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I love these time management quotes, check them out below.  Which is your favourite?

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Time is the school in which we learn, time is the fire in which we burn. ~ Delmore Schwartz

Time = life; therefore, waste your time and waste of your life, or master your time and master your life. ~ Alan Lakein

A man who dares to waste one hour of life has not discovered the value of life. ~ Charles Darwin

Take care of the minutes and the hours will take care of themselves. ~ Lord Chesterfield

Whether it’s the best of times or the worst of times, it’s the only time we’ve got. ~ Art Buchwald

Money, I can only gain or lose. But time I can only lose. So, I must spend it carefully. ~ Author Unknown

Time is the most valuable thing a man can spend. ~ Laertius Diogenes

One worthwhile task carried to a successful conclusion is worth half-a-hundred half-finished tasks. ~ Malcolm S. Forbes

You will never “find” time for anything. If you want time, you must make it. ~ Charles Bruxton

Don’t say you don’t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Pasteur, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein. ~ H. Jackson Brown

The great dividing line between success and failure can be expressed in five words: “I did not have time.” ~ Franklin Field


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Time Management for Kids

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Ever feel you’ve all the time in the world to do the things that you want to as well as all the things that you NEED to? How could manage your time better? Many of the strategies we use are great for kids too?  But should our kids be learning about time management?

Kids should be mindful of the rewards in handling their time. As parents we can integrate this pattern to our kids day to day activites. Our kids will copy what they see their parents, teachers, mentors and peers doing.  When they see how well we manage our time they will look to see how they can copy useful strategies into their own lives.  Good practices include creating good habits for ourselves, whether it is putting toys away, clearing the dinner table or some other regular acitivity. 

A calander is a good resourse we all use, we can use it not just as a reminder for appointments but to record other information like regular activities which need to be completed.  As our kids grow older they can plan their own time to fit in their out of school activities, homework and revision sessions, time for relaxation, exercise and socialising should be set aside too.

The key to successful time management for adults and kids alike is to break down tasks into manageable sizes and to set time aside for each task or sub task to be completed.  Study planners are great so kids can see they are getting the balance of study and play right and to keep focus on what needs to be achieved.

Just as we go to work for financial rewards dont expect your kids to stick go without rewards themselves, it does not have to be anything huge but a simple treat and words of recognition for those small acheivements and successes is very motivating to kids.

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