An Introduction To Holistic Time Management

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Just as holistic medicine treats the whole person, so holistic time management goes beyond efficiency and effectiveness and applies the strategies necessary to lead a healthier and fulfilling life.
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Harold Taylor, CSP, president of Harold Taylor Time Consultants Ltd., and now operating as Taylor In Time, was a Quality Control Supervisor and Plant Manager in industry for 12 years and a teaching master at Humber College of Applied Arts & Technology in Toronto, Canada for eight years before laun...

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Holistic time management looks at the total life of the individual as opposed to simply their environment, equipment, methods and personal habits. Just as holistic medicine treats the whole person, so holistic time management goes beyond efficiency and effectiveness and applies the strategies necessary to lead a happier, healthier, longer, more productive & fulfilling life.

Harold recognizes that disorganization and poor time management can be the result of anything that negatively impacts our body, mind or spirit.

In this book Harold explains the role that our internal clock, brain-based executive skills, health, diet, spiritual condition, attitude, interpersonal relationships and lifestyle play in the way we manage our time, and suggests how body, mind and spirit can work together to increase both our performance and our well-being.

  1. What is holistic time management?
    1. Time is not life; it simply measures it
    2. Components of the holistic approach
  2. Consider the whole person, not just their work habits
    1. The trend towards a holistic approach
    2. A new look at an old topic
    3. The same symptoms can reveal different problems
  3. The time management continuum
    1. Time management is a journey, not an event
  4. The hygiene theory of time management
    1. Getting organized does not mean you will excel
    2. A new theory of time management
  5. The clock in your body vs. the one on the wall
    1. Internal time management
    2. Parts of your past are missing
    3. Slowing your perceived pace of life
  6. Treating the whole person
    1. Health
    2. Organization
    3. Lifestyle
    4. Internal body time
    5. Spirituality
    6. Time use
    7. Interpersonal relationships
    8. Cognitive skills
  7. Executive function
    1. The CEO of your brain
    2. Executive skills play a major role in holistic time management
    3. Strengthening your executive skills
  8. Weaknesses that keep you stalled
    1. Response inhibition
    2. Sustained attention
    3. Task initiation
  9. Weaknesses that block your intentions
    1. Planning/prioritization
    2. Goal-directed persistence
    3. Metacognition
    4. Organization and time management
  10. Weaknesses that hinder your progress
    1. Working memory
    2. Emotional control
    3. Flexibility
    4. Stress tolerance
  11. Keeping your brain young and healthy
    1. What to feed your brain
    2. Exercise your brain
    3. Are we over-dosing on technology?
  12. Resources
    1. Books referenced
  13. About the author
Great ideas and tips on time management and productivity.
15. Dezember 2016 um 18:47
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