A 2-part workshop series to help you enhance your personal productivity by getting a better handle on how you use your time. Building on ideas from the best-selling books Better than Before by Gretchen Rubin, Getting Things Done by David Allen and Atomic Habits by James Clear, we’ll look at concepts, habits, and other tools that you can use to become the architect of your life.May 6 - Session 1 - Concepts
YOU WILL LEARN
- Time management concepts such as habit stacking, time theming, eating the frog, the four quadrants, the 80/20 rule, and much more!
- About the myth of multi-tasking
- How small changes can lead to remarkable results
- The importance of self-care, sleep and managing stress
YOU WILL LEARN
- Time management tools such as calendars, email folders, kitchen sink lists, time chunking, Asana, and much more!
- To design a system that works for the way you work
- Strategies for dealing with interruptions and distractions
- How to work with your daily energy cycles and re-charge your batteries
- To maximize your productivity by leveraging the flow state
Noora (Sagarwala) Rizvi is an arts producer, marketing professional, audience development specialist and strategy consultant with over fifteen years of management experience in the Canadian cultural sector. She is currently the Managing Director of Emancipation Arts and has held positions at the Ontario Arts Council, Manifesto, Young Centre for the Performing Arts, and Canada Dance Festival. She earned her MBA at the Schulich School of Business.
Pricing per session:
General Admission - $35 + tax
Member Admission - FREE
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