Are you living your life proactively or reactively? Do you spend all day putting out fires instead of creating new opportunities? If you want to strengthen focus and eliminate distraction, procrastination, and unproductive multitasking, then this class is for you.
Save precious seconds AND your sanity in 2017 with time-blocking: a DIY time-management system. By dedicating certain hours to specific tasks, the entrepreneur, business person, student, or parent can ensure that s/he gets it all done with much less stress. Come learn how you can build in time to exercise, meditate, make art, and meal prep alongside answering emails, balancing the books, and whatever else you define as ‘work.’ You may have more responsibilities than ever to fit into the same 24 hours, but 24 hours is still enough—even if you sleep eight of them! Yes, EIGHT!
This three-hour workshop will teach you to:
map your tasks according to Stephen Covey’s four-quadrant matrix
batch tasks for the week, month, and year
honor Circadian rhythms and your body clock
also consider location-blocking
create a time-blocked schedule and stick to it!
Jess will provide OJ, snacks, and all the materials to make and take your time-blocking master calendar! Put in the work now so that the rest of 2017 is easy-breezy!
Still not convinced? Check out Cider Spoon's blog 24 Hours, 24 Opportunities.
STILL not convinced? Would a discount help? (Discounts on the honor system--please listen to your conscience and your heart.)
Seniors 65+ use coupon code SENIOR at checkout.
Full-time students use code STUDENT.
Are you a female solopreneur? Use code WOMEN2017.
Have you taken a Cider Spoon class in the past? Use code OLDHAND.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Sharp Noggin is a classroom space inside a residential shop-home in the Mueller development. There is plenty of free street parking in the neighborhood, or take bus #37 or #350.
What's the refund policy?
All ticket sales are final; however, if you can't attend class for whatever reason, feel free to transfer the credit to a friend. Just email Jess at firstname.lastname@example.org so she knows who to expect.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Nope, we have a digital record of you :)